Assessment

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1 Assessment of Student Learning

Reasons for Assessment:

2 Reasons for Assessment Diagnose students’ strengths and weaknesses Monitor students’ progress Assign grades Determine instructional effectiveness

Multiple Purposes of Assessment:

3 Multiple Purposes of Assessment Diagnostic or Pre-assessment Formative Summative

Diagnostic – Beginning of Instruction:

4 Diagnostic – Beginning of Instruction To determine if students have the prerequisite skills or if students have already achieved intended outcomes.

Formative –During Instruction:

5 Formative –During Instruction Used during the instructional period to provide feedback that the teacher can use to modify and adjust teaching methods.

Summative- End of Instruction:

6 Summative- End of Instruction Provides student grades and reports of achievement and indicates instructional effectiveness

Assessment Terms:

7 Assessment Terms Alternative Assessments Assessments other than paper/pencil tests Performance Assessments Requires students to perform a task to demonstrate skill level Authentic Assessments Requires applying knowledge and skill to “real world” problems

Performance Assessments:

8 Performance Assessments

Alternative Assessments:

9 Alternative Assessments

Authentic Assessments:

10 Authentic Assessments

Types of Assessment Procedures:

11 Types of Assessment Procedures What assessment methods will best evaluate students’ performance? Informal observation during instruction Classroom achievement tests Performance assessment (Students demonstrate skill) Product assessment (Students make a product) Authentic Assessment Portfolio assessment

Validity And Reliability In Assessment Planning:

12 Validity And Reliability In Assessment Planning Validity refers to the appropriateness and meaningfulness of the assessment Reliability refers to whether the assessment will yield consistent results

Summary:

13 Summary Diagnostic or pre-assessment helps the teacher to plan instruction. Formative assessment serves as an ongoing monitor of the effectiveness of instruction. Summative assessment allows the learner to demonstrate acquired knowledge and skills.

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14 Summary In addition to paper/pencil tests, there are alternative assessments such as performance and authentic assessments. Aligning objectives, instruction and assessments ensures validity. Proper construction and presentation of assessments ensures reliability.

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15 Refer to the “Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Planning Framework” to connect types of assessments with Bloom’s levels for the cognitive domain.

The End:

16 The End

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