Assessment FB 9:10.ppt - OVERVIEW OF ASSESSMENT A A tool...

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OVERVIEW OF ASSESSMENTNot just a test!9/10/18A: A tool that we use to see where a student is in their learning
WHY?1.To collect baseline/ benchmark data.Baseline Data- measuring knowledge prior to instructionBenchmark Data- measuring knowledgeafter instruction and comparing the growth made between. (ex: BOY, MOY, EOY)2.To measure knowledge and/or the ability to apply that knowledge.
WHEN?1.During instruction- Constantly watching students to see if they understand and are able to apply what is being taught. 2.After teaching specific objectives3.When a student is having unexpected difficulty
TYPESFormativeAuthenticSummativeTraditional
FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVEFormativeMonitors learning “in-form-ation”Assessment drives instruction - allows for adjustments to made in instruction and/or differentiated instructionExamples: Kid watching, check for understanding, pre-test, reviewing drafts of workLow stakes assessment as a grade is not usuallygiven or if given has a low point value.

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