Muhammad Azeem is working as Assessment Expert at Punjab Education Assessment System (PEAS),Lahore, Pakistan. His area of interest and doctoral research work is in Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Testing.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Performance Indicators and Evaluation Framework

Analysis of performance should endeavor to include all four types of metrics and performance indicators: inputs, outputs, outcomes, and process.The performance measures must reflect the institution’s Vision and Mission.

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Defining the Standards for Higher Education

Learning expectations derive from a balance of internal and external contributions to the definition of educational standards. This study explores the direction to define standards and proposed assessment frameworks.

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Development of an Attitude Scale to Measure Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude towards the Teaching Profession

Attitudes are the way people interact with each other. This study's topic was “How appropriate individuals are selected to admit in different teacher training programs and recruited for teaching jobs?”

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The Effect of Caste on Leadership Styles at the School Level in Punjab

This paper examined the effect of caste on task oriented and people oriented leadership styles of school heads.

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Gender Differences in Leadership Style at the University Level

This study was to examine the differences between feminine and masculine leadership style at the university level.

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How and Why Grading

This paper summarizes current trends in academic grading and relates these to the assessment of student outcomes in a specific course.

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Values in Mathematics: The Teachers’ Perspective in Pakistani Context

The mathematics typically can be observed as behaviours illustrating by different values — control, efficiency, mystery, communication,responsibility, rationalism, concept, authority, openness, process, objectivism questioning, reasoning, and connection.

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Unintentional Implicit Mathematics Values: Utilization of Information and Communication Technology in Mathematics

This study was conducted to explore utilization of information and communication technology in A-level mathematics.

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Math Proficiency Assessment Based Upon Item Response Theory

Mathematical proficiency refers to what we believe is necessary for anyone to learn mathematics successfully. Measurements of proficiency demands a better tool than a simply the solutions to problems.

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Attitude of Mathematics Teachers Related to the Use of Computer Technology in the Classroom

This session examines how educational stakeholders have realized the benefits of technology and investigates how they are trying to integrate computer technology in actual classroom instructions.

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