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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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