Chapter 11 Vocabulary

Chapter 11 Vocabulary - Chapter 11 Standards-Based...

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Chapter 11 – Standards-Based Education and Assessment of Student Learning 1. Accountability      – setting expectations for education, specifying the means for judging 2. Paradigm      – a particular perspective or conceptual model with unique assumptions and  expectations 3. Standards      – a statement of the desired outcome, which in education is normally a  description of student learning 4. Assessments      – the use of multiple methods, including tests, to evaluate the current level  of student learning; used in planning future steps in instruction 5. Standards based education      – using descriptions of student learning in terms of standards  as the basis for instruction and assessment 6. World class standards      – visionary statements of aspiration and accomplishment; they are  not intended to be met within a single school year 7.
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