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Guiding Principles in the Assessment of Learning

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Shingo Uryuu

on 15 August 2015

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Transcript of Guiding Principles in the Assessment of Learning

Assessment results SHOULD be fed back to the learners.

The purpose of assessment is to give learners a feedback to what extent their learning is.
Principle #3
Teaching and learning is never complete without assessment. This means that assessment is an integral part of the teaching-learning process.
Principle #1
Assessment tool and objectives must be collinear. The test/quiz or any assessment techniques must be in line with the objectives.
Principle #2
Emphasize self-assessment.

Assessment must be INTRAcomparative. Rather than comparing themselves with other people, let them compare their "then" selves to their "now" selves.
Principle #6
NEVER use assessment as disciplinary action or as a punishment.
Principle #8
Emphasize on real world application that favors realistic performance.
Principle #10
Guiding Principles in the Assessment of Learning
Consider learners' multiple intelligences and learning styles.

Let us take into account the learners' multiple intelligences in assessment. Give various assessment techniques in order to cater individual differences.
Principle #4
Give some positive feedback as well as constructive criticisms.

This can boost their morale to study and appreciate the value of success.
Principle #5
Build the culture of success in the classroom.

Have the mentality that ALL learners will be successful. Avoid the belief that it is normal that some students pass while some fail.
Principle #7
Assessment results should be communicated regularly and clearly to the parents.
Principle #9
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