HomeCLOUDvol. 1 no. 1 (2013)

The Development of Web Application of Student Assessment and Teacher Evaluation

Ivan Paul D. Casinillo | Francis S. Lagare | Cyril M. Madrones | Jan Vincent D. Sanchez

Discipline: Computer Science



There is no difference between living and learning it is impossible and misleading and harmful to think of them as being separate (John Holt, What Do I Do Monday? NY: Dutton, 1970). In its broadest sense, learning can be defined as a process of progressive change from ignorance to knowledge, from inability to competence, and from indifference to understanding. This study aimed at improving the administration and conduct of examinations and other activities relative to education. This study hopes to create an efficient yet effective classroom conducive for learning to teachers and students alike. The system being created has four main users namely the Administrator, Instructor, Student and the HR personnel. All has different functions. These are the several functions that the system can offer: the system is capable of letting the student take online quizzes and exams. It is also capable of letting the student evaluate their professors online. The system is also capable of presenting graphs as the result for the evaluation, printable reports such as list of students in a certain subject. For the convenience of the student, they can view their grades online through the system. For the institution, saving amount of money is one of the aims for this system since printing of evaluation and assessment materials will be minimized. For the instructor, it saves space on their disk, since the student can submit their assignments and assessment online. They just have to retrieve the data if they needed it. As for their HR personnel, they will save space on where to put evaluation papers since the system can offer a room for them. These are just some of the functions the system can offer. This study will put forward a new system to ensure high standards and discipline in the classroom. It will serve as a benchmark study for creating a good classroom for every child and quality schools for the generations to come.