Assessment+Paper - turn in two papers if you’d like to be...

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Assessment Paper   (15% of your total grade) Due: April 24 Create a short written assessment (1 question or prompt) to find out  what your   students have learned from your science lessons, give it to  the students and write a reflective paper about their responses.  You will collect all the student responses to your prompt and evaluate  whether they show understanding, partial understanding or no  understanding. The paper should be an analysis of these results (3-5  pages, double-spaced). Please attach the student responses to your paper.  You need only write one paper per teaching team, but you may choose to 
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Unformatted text preview: turn in two papers if you’d like to be evaluated separately. In your paper, include answers to the following questions: • What was the goal of your assessment? • What did you find out about student learning? What didn’t you find out? • After seeing the student responses, how would you modify the assessment or your teaching? We will be looking for a thoughtful analysis of your work with the students and the papers will be graded based on how well you demonstrate insights about your teaching experience, not on your ability to develop an effective assessment item....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course CHEM 100/Ph taught by Professor Lynn during the Spring '09 term at Berkeley.

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