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Assessment by Mind Map: Assessment

1. Assessment allows students to show their teachers, the state, and their parents what they have learned throughout the school year!

2. 1. Formative

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3. 2. Interim/Benchmark

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4. 3. Summative

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5. 4. Performance

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6. 5. Diagnostic

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7. Assessments help teachers become better teachers, by allowing them to see what strategies helped their students be successful with their instruction. It also allows teachers to see which students need more assistance with certain TEKs and see how they can assist them.

8. H.O.T. Questions

8.1. Opening Questions

8.1.1. What significance is this to _________?

8.1.2. What does this text ask us to do?

8.1.3. What is the theme of the reading?

8.2. Guiding Questions

8.2.1. How do you support that position from the text?

8.2.2. Why does the main character think _________?

8.2.3. How does this idea connect to _________?

8.3. Closing Questions

8.3.1. How does this idea connect to __________?

8.3.2. What can we do with our understanding of this text?

8.3.3. If you were writing this work, what would the ending be?

9. Assessment Data

9.1. The teacher can analyze the effective classroom assessment data to find practical strategies as solutions for everyday teaching.

9.1.1. Enter 3 struggling students scores for RTI and strategies to improve scores Example: MAP: Reading 2-5 English Language Arts, 5th grade RIT (+/- Std Err) Student 1: 181 Student 2: 188 Student 3: 197 Strategies: (e.g. Reteach small group using Cornell Notes and Socratic Seminar)