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Roots to Results: Assessment and Learning
Transcript of Roots to Results: Assessment and Learning
Strategies Summative Formative Results At
Summative (Formal) assessments have data which support the conclusions made from the test.
We usually refer to these types of tests as STANDARDIZED measures.
The data is mathematically computed and summarized. Scores such as percentiles, stanines, or standard scores are most commonly given from this type of assessment. Roots to Results Four Key Questions: Considered part of the learning
Serve as practice for the student
Check for understanding along the way
Guide teacher instruction
Serve as feedback to students Assessment and Learning
Here we GROW again Created using Prezi.com by Kelly Kendrick Two main types of Assessments Summative Assessments Formative Assessments Formative (Informal) assessments are not data driven but rather content and performance driven.
Sometimes called Assessments FOR Learning.
For example, a student survey, running records indicating how well a student is reading a specific book, using an exit activity at the end of each class period. Understanding
understanding The selection of the right type of assessment gives teachers a better of how well their students are the main learning target. Criteria &
Goal Setting Observations Questioning
Strategies Self & Peer
Keeping "Preplanned, systematic attempts to ascertain what students know." Can be easily standardized if needed.
Graded items are highly reliable.
Can address many topics for more information regarding the student. This clip demonstrates how summative assessments can be standardized and usually require a block of time. Also, these assessments, if used without formative assessments, can foster a disconnect between teacher and students. Pros Cons "A process of observing a sample of a student's behavior and drawing inferences about the student's knowledge and ability." What are Assessments? Ormrod 2010 Why do Assessments? Frequency of assessments is positively correlated with high academic achievement Marzano 2007 This comic, a personal favorite of mine, displays how assessment occurs all around us...in the "real-world" too! Module 9: Assessment and Learning What do we expect our students to learn?
How will we know when they have learned it?
How will we respond when they do not learn?
How will we respond when they already know it? NEW Common Core Standards
NEW Learning Standards
3rd Grade Reading Guarantee Layer 1 Helps educators set standards Motivates performance Relates to a student's progress Provides diagnostic feedback Helps teachers self-evaluate Layer 2 Layer 3 Online Testing Teacher Evaluations Whereas... Summative By using BOTH....
The fruits of our labor are seen! Formative and Summative Your Thoughts:
Go to todaysmeet.com/assessments
List one example of
Summative = Measures Student Growth at ONE moment in time Here comes the clouds Cool Apps:
Lino Using technology as part of the curriculum
Understanding Common Core
Teaching Keyboarding skills? Ways for the Teachers and Students to Prepare? Sample Questions Individual classroom computers?
California’s Data (TRT)
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/sbac-itr-spr2012sum.asp?print=yes What devices to include in TRT? PARCC Device Requirements Hiding student answers?
Looking at other monitors?
Power surge? What Does the Testing Environment Look Like? Will There Be Funding? Organized by State
What is it for?
Windows don’t close
Webinars & sessions here TRT (Technology Readiness Tool) Will there be retesting?
Adjusting the regular schedule Testing Window Time frame to take all tests?
How many windows?
All school devices used? Testing Window PARCC Device Requirements After 2014?
Math & Language Arts
ODE- Science & Social Studies Who is PARCC? Students will be taking State Assessments Online in 2014-15 Sample Questions California’s Data California’s Data Desktop, Laptop, Netbook, and Thin Clients PARCC Device Requirements Desktop, Laptop, Netbook, and Thin Clients PARCC Device Requirements Get creative with budget
What worries me….
What devices do you purchase? Ohio is one of 22 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands working on PARCC-- Partnership for Assessment of Readiness and College and Careers NEXT Generation Assessments or "Next Gen" http://www.ccsstoolbox.com/parcc/PARCCPrototype_main.html FIP= Formative Instructional Practice The following video was published on
January 4, 2013
by PBS NewsHour
Ohio is one of 14 states to put in place a retention rule that holds back students who are not reading at grade level.
Special correspondent John Tulenko reports. 50% Student Growth
How well are students growing and progressing?
Must use Multiple Data points "THE ONE CLEAR, ABIDING HALLMARK OF EFFECTIVE TEACHING IS STUDENT LEARNING."
-JAMES STRONGE The following video was published on August 14, 2012.
Powered by Race to the Top, the purpose of FIP Your School Ohio is to advance and support the use of Formative Instructional Practices that accelerate student learning. http://portal.battelleforkids.org/ohio/Race_to_the_Top/FIPYourSchoolOhio.html?sflang=en The following video was published on January 14, 2013 by the Brooks Group, a marketing company.
The video provides four reasons organizations use assessments. As you watch the video, think about how this relates to education. Good Morning