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Benefits of Technology in the ClassroomAPA ReferencesCox, J. (n.d.). Benefits of Technology in the Classroom. Retrieved February 6, 2020, from -technology-classroomMareco, D. (2020, January 29). 10 Reasons Today's Students NEED Technology in the Classroom. Retrieved February 6, 2020, from W. N. (2019, March 11). 9 Unique Ways to use Technology in the Classroom. Retrieved February 6, 2020, from
EDUC 524Glossary Entry 6Entry 6Key Term, Teaching Strategy or Method: Summative AssessmentsDisability:AutismDyslexiaADHDSpeech / LanguagePhysical DisabilityVisual ImpairmentHearing Impairment Gifted / TalentedLearning DisabilityIntellectual DisabilityEmotional DisturbanceEnglish as Second LangSevere and Multiple DisabilityOther __________Section 1: DefinitionsWhat does this teaching method do? Personal/Original definition:What does this teaching method do? Definition quoted from a source:Summative assessments are what the people know as tests.A summative assessment is what would be given at the end of a unit. It is the normal way of assessing the knowledge learned in the unit.Definition: According to the glossary of education reform, a summative assessment is “used to evaluate student learning, skill acquisition, and academic achievement at the conclusion of a defined instructional period—typically at the end of a project, unit, course, semester, program, or school year.” (Glossary of Education Reform, 2013).Reference:Summative Assessment Definition. (2013, August 29). Retrieved February 6, 2020, from Word Count___36__/30 Word Count__48___ /30 Section 2: Information What do I need to know about this skill / method?A summative assessment is just an overall test of the students’ knowledge of the subject matter. It can be done through tests, projects, experiments, etc.Procedure: The procedure is just like any normal class. You go over the course material however you would like to, and then you give the test on the topic.Strengths: Weaknesses:It is a good assessment of a student’s knowledge of the subject matter. Some students are not great test takers, and it may not be exactly what they know.Why did I choose this strategy?Where did I encounter this strategy?
EDUC 524I chose summative assessments because they are one of the oldest ways of testing students’ knowledge. I have encountered this strategy my whole time in the school system. I took summative assessments from elementary through college.Section 3: Visual, Graphic Organizer or Concept MapVisual representation of the term / teaching method demonstrating understanding.

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