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Week 5, Lecture 1 - Assessment 1

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Megan Brown

on 9 February 2017

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Transcript of Week 5, Lecture 1 - Assessment 1

Assessment
Formative vs. Summative
Formative:
cumulative, ongoing assessments used for purposes of diagnostic (to inform and evaluate instruction)

Summative:
assessments used to capture children's knowledge or skills at a particular point in time (to judge student competency)
Grab an index card and answer the following question:
Informal vs. Formal
Informal: does not follow prescribed rules for administration and scoring and has not undergone technical scrutiny for reliability and validity

Formal: follows a prescribed format for administration and scoring
Examples of Assessments
Before you leave:
Refine your definition of assessment.

What surprised you about assessment?

Write the answer on the other side of the index card.
Not Another Test!
Formal Assessments
Standardized:
assessment for which reliability, validity, and normative data is available

Norm-referenced:
assessment in which scores are interpreted relative to the scores of other people

Criterion-referenced:
assessment in which scores are interpreted relative to standards or objectives
Scores on Norm-Ref. Tests
Raw scores:
the exact number of items a child gets correct
Standard scores:
a score calculated using the raw score AND child's age - to place a child's performance against other kids of same age
Mean
=100 (usually)
Standard Deviation
=15 (usually)
Norm vs. Criteria
Norm-Referenced
Uses
standard scores
to represent a child's performance
Criteria-Referenced
Uses
raw scores
to represent a child's performance
Dibels
Clay
Any other ideas?
Next Class:
What is assessment?
http://amara.org/en/videos/MRmlNMdaGaQE/info/formative-vs-summative-assessment/
Schedule
Intro and questions
Book promo
Introduce assessment
Assessment presentation
Assessment math
Sorting assessment types
Preview next week's work
GJG Chapter 6
Wolf Chapter 4
RRI 3
Professional Presentation (Emergent literacy)
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