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The ROAD to ASSESSMENT

English Department Professional Development Seminar
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Jen Loika

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of The ROAD to ASSESSMENT

The ROAD to ASSESSMENT EXIT 1 Learning Targets Rd. 1 mile EXIT 2 Student-Friendly Structure
Population 1998 EXIT 3 Formative Freeway 3 mi
Summative Summit 6 mi EXIT 4 Student Knowledge
?? Miles DRIVE IN... to the PURPOSE of ASSESSMENT FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE B
A
L
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C
E Assessments OF Learning
How much have
students learned at
a particular point in time?

Inform, measure
and sort Assessments FOR Learning
How can we use
assessment
information to help
students learn more?

Inform, motivate
and set up for success ACTIVITIES: ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE Measurement: Is what you INTEND to measure
what you are ACTUALLY measuring? CARPOOL CARPOOL OR MASTERY MANAGER STUDENTS TEACHERS EXIT 5 WRONG WAY? Assessing the learning target
1 mile EXIT 6 IMPROVEMENTS
straight ahead SCAP-BOOKING your ASSESSMENTS Adding FORMATIVE Assessments to a Lesson Scrapbook all of the
ASSESSMENTS
in one of your Units What do they look like? How do you use them? Are they Formative
or Summative? Take an existing assessment,
lesson, or activity, and make it
more formative in nature. Remember:
It should tell your students... What they know now What they need to know How to close the gap
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