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Assessment by Mind Map: Assessment

1. H.O.T Questions

1.1. Opening Questions

1.1.1. What examples can you find that support your answer?

1.1.2. Why do you think your answer is the correct answer?

1.1.3. What does _____mean?

1.2. Guding Questions

1.2.1. Can you explain that in your own words?

1.2.2. From the given information, develop 2 questions that you still have.

1.3. Closing Questions

1.3.1. What did you learn that you didn't know before, after reading this passage?

1.3.2. Based on what you know now, how would explain ______?

2. Assessment Data

2.1. The teacher is able to monitor student achievement so he/she is able to adjust instruction to best fit the students needs. Incorporate strategies and intervention to help student performance.

3. Formative

3.1. Formative Assessment – planned classroom practice to elicit evidence of learning minute to minute, day by day in the classroom; along with non-summative assessments that occur while content is still being taught. Both of these can inform teachers of what students know or do not know, help students understand what it is they are ready to learn next, so teachers can adjust their instruction accordingly for each of their students.

3.1.1. Postcard Have students write a postcard as a historical figure to another historical figure discussing and describing a historical events.

3.1.2. 3 Things List 3 things that a fellow student might misunderstand about the to

3.1.3. Mini-whiteboards Each student, or groups of students, has a mini-whiteboard. As they work through problems, they can share them either with you as a class, or you can walk around the classroom and see their work.

4. Interim/Benchmark

4.1. tests administered at different intervals throughout the year to evaluate student knowledge and skills relative to a specific set of academic goals. Results are used to inform instruction and decision making at the classroom, school and district level, and can be used to measure student growth over time.

4.1.1. MAP Testing- This occurs beginning of the year, middle of the year and end of the year.

4.1.2. Running Records- you are able to keep up with all of your students are

5. Summative

5.1. state or district-wide standardized tests that measure grade-level proficiency, and end-of-year subject or course exams.

5.1.1. End of semester Exams

5.1.2. Graded Projects

5.1.3. Scores that are used for accountability for schools (AYP) and students (report card grades)

6. Performance

6.1. assessment activity or set of activities that requires examinees to generate products or performances that provide direct or indirect evidence of the examinee’s knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) in an academic content domain or professional discipline.

6.1.1. Student Portfolios

6.1.2. Group Projects

7. REASORCES

7.1. Definitions: https://www.nwea.org/blog/2012/what-is-formative-assessment/

7.2. https://www.pearson.com/corporate/efficacy-and-research/schools-education-research/research-reports/assessment/performance-assessment.html

7.3. https://www.onlineassessmenttool.com/help/assessment-knowledge-center/assessment-in-the-classroom/item10644

8. Assessments check whether your goals meet the instructional needs. Assessments in the classroom are something necessary, because a lot of teachers partially develop their own instruction. In this article we'll talk about the importance of assessments in the classroom and how they can improve learning.

9. Assessment in classroom is really important. With the different kinds of assessment, the teacher is able to evaluate in an ongoing process with the aim to provide feedback for developing better instruction.