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Assessment 215 Dr. Madigan Curriculum Based Measurement: When a test is directly related to the curriculum, it becomes a CBM Direct Daily Measurement : Daily measurement of progress using instructional materials (tests, quizzes, assignments) Task Analysis : Breaks down a task into the smallest steps to complete the task. Creates sub-tasks for students
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Error Analysis : Assessment method that a teacher can use with formal, informal and direct measures, such as classwork, to determine patterns of error. EA often precedes tasks analysis to help teacher know which tasks need additional analysis. Teacher Made Tests
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Unformatted text preview: : Teachers make several types of errors when constructing tests, including Matching items, Multiple Choice, Essay and True-False format. C. Summative Assessment: 1. Its purpose is to render a summary judgment on a student’s overall performance. 2. It is carried out at the end of instruction 3. It provides the opportunity for teachers to make a final judgment on student’s progress, performance, and learning outcomes Summative Assessment can take the form of: • Final portfolio • Unit Test/Exam • Individual Project • Group Project...
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