7. Assessment Final.ppt - National Educators Academy of the Philippines National Training of Trainers Regional Mass Training for for Grade 11 Teachers

7. Assessment Final.ppt - National Educators Academy of the...

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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers N ational E ducators A cademy of the P hilippines Classroom Assessment for the K to 12 Basic Education Program D.O. # 8, s. 2015 Regional Mass Training for Senior High School Teachers
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 3 Learning Objectives: explain the general principles of classroom assessment in the K to 12 Basic Education Program discuss the different types of assessment and their uses At the end of the session, the participants will be able to : National Training of Trainers for SHS Teachers
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 4 Learning Objectives: At the end of the session, the participants will be able to : propose a mechanism for evaluating his/her own knowledge and skills in constructing a wide variety of assessment instruments that s/he uses in day to day classroom teaching explain how learners are graded and how their progress is reported and used for decisions on instruction, promotion and retention National Training of Trainers for SHS Teachers
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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What is Classroom Assessment?
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Activity 1. Discuss with your group mates what your thoughts are about this picture.
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Principle 1. Assessment should be aligned with objectives , learning standards and competencies What is assessed in the classroom? Classroom assessment is aimed at helping students perform well in relation to learning standards which comprise content standards , performance standards and learning competencies that are outlined in the Curriculum.
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 17 Unity of instruction and assessment Source: Magno, 2015 National Training of Trainers for SHS Teachers
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 18 A tendency for teachers to assess quantity and presentation of work rather than quality of learning. Greater attention given to marking and grading, much of it tending to lower self esteem of students, rather than providing advice for improvement. A strong emphasis on comparing students with each other, which demoralizes the less successful learners. Some Assessment Practices to be avoided National Training of Trainers for SHS Teachers
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 19 Where would you place your assessment practice on the following continuum? The main focus is on: Self-evaluation Quantity of work/Presentation Quality of learning Marking/Grading Comparing students Advice for improvement Identifying individual progress ASSESSMENT . ppt Principle 3: Assessment should recognize diversity of learners National Training of Trainers for SHS Teachers
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National Training of Trainers for Grade 11 Teachers 20 Balanced Assessment Summative Provides evidence achievement to certify student competence or
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  • Skill, School terminology, Shs, Educational years, Summative assessment

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