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personal beliefs on assessment paper

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PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER Running head: PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER 1 Personal Beliefs on Assessment Paper Patrick Busbee University of Phoenix Charity Jennings MTE 562 PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER Abstract The goal in the educational process is for students to acquire information, concepts, and facts with a clear understanding of the material covered. Therefore some form of assessment is required to gage learning and...

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BELIEFS PERSONAL PAPER Running head: PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER 1 Personal Beliefs on Assessment Paper Patrick Busbee University of Phoenix Charity Jennings MTE 562 PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER Abstract The goal in the educational process is for students to acquire information, concepts, and facts with a clear understanding of the material covered. Therefore some form of assessment is required to gage learning and understanding. There are many assessment methods used in todays schools but multiple forms of assessment are needed to serve a diverse student population. 2 PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER PERSONAL BELIEFS ON ASSESSMENT PAPER Introduction Assessment is a necessary part of the educational experience. Assessment is used to 3 identify students strengths and weaknesses and allow teachers to adjust lessons for the benefit of their students. Lawmakers use the results of assessment to determine schools effectiveness including teacher and student performance. There are many forms of assessment in which teachers can assess their students; this is a beneficial because students are very diverse. Students have different learning styles in which varied assessments allow students to have the opportunity to learn and be measured in a number of ways. Ultimately, assessment allows teachers to understand our students abilities, skills, and interests which will allow them to better chose a career path when the time comes. Positive personal experience related to assessment My formal schooling experiences have been mostly positive. From early as I can remember I was placed in advanced classes, so the expectation for me to do well was always there. I expected it out of myself. However, I do remember the most positive personal experience I had related to assessment was when I took the ACT in the 10th grade. I took it because I wanted to take it a few times before I started college. My academic advisor advised me to do so as well. I discovered during the ACT that I was prepared for the test even though there was information on there from classes that I had yet to take. It allowed me to see how all of the class I had taken to that point came together. I made a 27 which is a good score for a 10th grader that was taking it for the first time. I was so proud. It really made me feel all my years of formal schooling were worth it. I could not contain my excited I told my friends and family. PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER Negative personal experience related to assessment While I had many memorable experiences in school related to assessment, occasionally there was a negative one. One of the most memorable ones was when I took geometry in the 4 ninth grade. Every single geometry test I took was incredibly hard. My teacher had her P.H.D. in mathematics but she could not translate that into effectively teaching her students. When students did not understand her assignments or tests she expressed to us that she did not see how we did not get it. She would say things like I know, I know what I am teaching you, why you guys are not getting it. I ended up hating that class. I understand teachers that have to give some form of assessment to students to gage understanding, but when the majority of your students in all of your classes do not understand it is time to re-evaluate your teaching methods and strategies. I managed to complete her class but it was a terrible experience, one I hope not to create for the students I will teach. Purpose of assessment My educational experiences have allowed me to develop a personal philosophy of assessment. Assessment in my opinion is used for a number of reasons. One reason is to assess students learning. A student passing a test or quiz builds confidence. It also promotes or encourages learning, however assessment without follow-up often can have the same effect but in a negative way. Take my example above, there were many students in my geometry class that gave up try to learn geometry because our teacher did not use the assessments she gave to help her students. She administered them and moved on to the next material. The purpose for assessments and the end result of assessment are often very different. However, I have found it creates an opportunity. Students will either be allowed to receive further understanding of PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER concepts they have not grasped or become frustrated when teachers move on to the next unit without full understanding of the current topic. Value of Assessment Assessments are a very valuable tool for educators. I believe that assessments allow students to grow. They allow students to see what they are doing well on and what areas they need to improve in. Portfolios are a good assessment tool; standardized tests serve their purpose to a degree. I do not think anyone assessment tool should be singularly relied upon. I think the body of work for a student over a years time is more valuable than an end of the year student 5 test that they may or may not do well on. A singular test is often determining a students future in todays society. I think that is unfair because a student may have had a bad day when they took the exam. Assessments in Schools Today and Conclusion Based on my personal experiences and my readings I believe that assessments in schools today have good and bad elements. As I mentioned earlier I believe too much emphasize is placed on standardized testing because of policies such as no child left behind. However, I am intrigued by the other methods of assessment such as portfolios, exit slips, and group work. Collaborative work is becoming more prevalent and I think it is valuable because students need to learn how to work with others. They also can learn effectively from their peers. Performancebased assessments are considered alternative assessments, I see their value in comparison t the traditional multiple choice tests. The current usage of technology in assessment is only going to enhance the students learning process in my opinion if used properly. Ultimately, assessments in todays schools need to be varied, creative and constantly evaluated for their effectiveness. PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER 6 PERSONAL BELIEFS PAPER 7

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