Performance assessment powerpoint

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Unformatted text preview: Performance Assessment Also called: Performance-based Assessment Authentic Assessment Alternative Assessment Direct Assessment Performance Assessment Assessment in which students perform in response to a challenging task, to demonstrate their ability. The performance can include: Responding orally Responding in writing Constructing a product or Any combination of the three Performance Assessment Two broad categories: On-Demand task completed or skill performed in a time-limited context Examples: in-class mathematics or writing activity, musical performance, athletic demonstration Project students construct their own knowledge by working on a multifaceted project over a period of time Examples: Research paper with presentation, diorama of an ecosystem, role- playing of historical figures Your assignment should be of the Project type! Performance Assessment W hy? Process/product closely represents the criterion or goal of instruction Generally emphasize higher-order thinking skills May influence instruction in a positive manner Performance Assessment - Cautions Generalizability / Reliability Does success on the task mean that the student has mastered the skill or concept? Do you have enough information to know where the student is at? Fairness Was the task at the same level, with same expectations for all students? Use of results Technical reliability may be low or missing; use and interpret results carefully Features of a Performance Assessment Multiple Evaluative Criteria More than one element of performance But more than three or four may be too many Pre-specified Quality Standards Student knows the expectations Judgmental Appraisal Requires a human judgment to score Performance Assessment Factors to Consider: Generalizability? Would similar tasks elicit similar performance? Authenticity? Does it simulate a real-world performance? Multiple instructional outcomes? Reflect instruction? Does it measure a specified instructional target? Fairness? Feasibility? Are time-frames, costs, equipment, and scoring reasonable? Meaningful scoring possible? Can you effectively measure quality of performance? Scoring Criteria: Rubrics/Guides Rubrics or Scoring guides must contain: Evaluative criteria State the elements that will determine quality of performance (not too many at once!) Distinctions among differences in quality Well-defined score points or levels Indication of scoring approach Holistic easier to do, gives overall impression Analytic requires a bit more effort, but provides useful feedback Developing a Performance Assessment Four Major Components: 1. Overview: about 1 page 2. Student Guide for Activities: 1-3 pages 3. Scoring Guide (Rubrics): 1-3 pages 4. Evaluation (Grading): 1 page 1. OVERVIEW (about 1 page) Outcomes and Sequence Decide Scope and Sequence What & How What: 2-4 unit-level outcomes...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course TEL 314 taught by Professor O'niell during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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