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Unformatted text preview: Assessment Job Aid BY SHONTELLE CRAWFORD MTE/518CA OBJECTIVE Measure one’s ability to TEST remember facts and figures This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY Assesses a student’s ability to understand the course materials Independent thinking Prepare a student for critical reasoning PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT Are assessments that measure talents, and understanding by directly observing a student’s performance in a natural situation. Two types: Checklists – written descriptions of components that must be present in an acceptable performance - extend systematic observation. Rating scales - are written descriptions of components and scales of values on which each dimension is rated. The assessment quality is better than that of checklist FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA The process of teaching students to set goals for their learning Students to identify their growth towards those goals Evaluating the quality of their work Identifying some strategies to improve Developed in 1960 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT Occurs after the learning process has ended Provides information, and feedback, which sums up the teaching and learning process No more formal learning Sometimes incidental learning takes place to finish certain projects or assignments Several types: Examinations Final examination Term papers FORMAL ASSESSMENT Develop data which support the conclusions made from the test Standardize measures Assessments that students have participated in before, and statistics to support the results e.g. (students reading below his or her age group) Mathematically computed and summarized This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-ND INFORMAL ASSESSMENT Not data driven Content and performance driven Rubric scores are provided from this form of assessment Assessment used need to match the purpose of assessment Formal or standardized measures should be used to evaluate complete success This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA STANDARDIZE ASSESSMENT Standardized assessment is an assessment that has been given to a large group of children of different ages, to establish the normal range of performance. Test scores are reported as percentiles, which indicates the percentage of people obtaining a score at any given level or below. Examples A score at the 50 percentile is average for age – half the population would be expected to get a score lower than that Common cutoff for the disorder; either 16th percentile or 10th percentile This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC Descriptions of Assessments Objective test Performance Formative Summative Formal Informal Standardize Describe These Assessments Traits Objective test Performance Formal Formative Informal Summative Standardize References References Burden, Burden, P. P. R., R., & & Byrd, Byrd, D. D. M. M. (2013). (2013). Methods Methods for for effective effective teaching: teaching: Meeting Meeting the the needs needs of all students (6 ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. of all students (6 ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. Formal Formal and and Informal Informal Assessments: Assessments: Reflections, Reflections, Insights, Insights, and and realization. realization. (2015, (2015, 07 07 18). Retrieved from Principles and Methods of Assessment: 18). Retrieved from Principles and Methods of Assessment: References Great Great Schools Schools Partnership. Partnership. (2014, (2014, 04 04 29). 29). Formative Formative assessment. assessment. Retrieved Retrieved from from The The glossary of education reform: glossary of education reform: Jacobsen, Jacobsen, D. D. A., A., Dupuis, Dupuis, V. V. L., L., Eggen, Eggen, P., P., & & Kauchak, Kauchak, D. D. P. P. (2009). (2009). Methods Methods for for teaching: teaching: Promoting Promoting student student learning learning in in K-12. K-12. Boston: Boston: Allyn Allyn & & Bacon. Bacon. Kearney, Kearney, K. K. (2018). (2018). Objective Objective test. test. Retrieved Retrieved from from Kevin Kevin Kearney's Kearney's Education Education Page: Page: O'Malley, O'Malley, K. K. (2018). (2018). Standardized Standardized testing: testing: What What is is it it and and does does it it work? work? Retrieved Retrieved from from Pearson Pearson education: education: Sparks, Sparks, S. S. D. D. (2015, (2015, 11 11 9). 9). Understanding Understanding formative formative assessment: assessment: A A special special report. report. Education, Education, 35(12), 35(12), 3. 3. ...
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