Utilizing a pre-course assessment, or formative assessment, allows you and your students to identify their current skills and knowledge, then focus efforts on areas that need growth or improvement.
The formative assessment allows you to identify the proficiency levels of your students, so you can focus on teaching them the skills necessary for future success.
Tosa tests are designed using skills frameworks that outline knowledge and skill needed at each level of proficiency. These frameworks allow for easy integration into your existing curriculum for both in-person and online learning.
A summative assessment, or post-course assessment, allows you to measure your students' progress and identify any additional skills to enhance before taking the certification in order to achieve their best possible score.
Certification exams must be taken in-person in the classroom, in a testing center, or using Tosa Remote Proctoring.
The certification diploma shows your student’s score out of 1,000 points and validates their individual proficiency level, allowing them to share their competencies on their resume and professional profiles.
Tosa’s numeric scores can also easily be integrated into or used in place of your final course grade.