Assessments

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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Formative

1.1. Definition

1.1.1. Gathering evidence of student progress.

1.2. What is it?

1.2.1. Evidence of student learning

1.2.2. Structure

1.2.3. Participants invoved feedback

1.2.4. Instruction adjustments

1.3. Typically done during the course of instruction

1.3.1. Yes, No, Maybe So?

1.3.2. Thumbs up, Thumbs Down

1.3.3. Scale from 1-5

1.4. 6 different types of Formal Formative

1.4.1. StructuredExercises

1.4.2. Pretests

1.4.3. Homework

1.4.4. In class assignments

1.4.5. Quizzes and unit tests

1.4.6. Classroom response system

1.5. Formative assessment cycle

1.5.1. 1. Gather Evidence

1.5.2. 2. Evaluate Evidence

1.5.3. 3. Feedback

1.5.4. 4. Adjust Instruction

1.6. Informal Formative

1.6.1. Informal observations

1.6.2. Questioning

1.6.3. Spontaneous

1.6.4. Immediate feedback and instructional adjustments

2. Summative

2.1. Planning summative assessments

2.1.1. End of large chunk of learning

2.1.2. Review what you want to do

2.1.3. Criteria for ensuring high-quality assessment

2.1.4. Representative sampling

2.1.5. Standardized tests, final exams, major cumulative projects, and research projects

2.2. Preparing students

2.2.1. Teach assessment taking skills

2.2.2. Test length, format, types of questions

2.2.3. Review

2.2.4. Item type and format

2.2.5. Assessment anxiety

2.3. Conducting summative assessments

2.3.1. When they should be scheduled

2.3.2. When they should be created

2.3.3. Assessment directions

2.3.4. Arrange items

2.3.5. Physical layout

3. Interim/Benchmarks

3.1. Periotic testing throughout the school year

3.1.1. Six Weeks test

3.1.2. Chapter tests

3.2. Low Level

3.3. Little or no student feedback

3.4. More formal style using projects, written assignments, and tests

4. Mastery Learning

4.1. Instructional Adjustments

4.1.1. Further reading

4.1.2. Individual tutoring

4.1.3. Group work

4.1.3.1. Small group

4.1.3.2. Whole class

4.1.4. Examples

4.1.4.1. Questioning

4.1.4.2. Worksheets

4.1.4.3. Concept mapping

5. Performance

5.1. Individual

5.2. Group projects

5.3. Portfolios

5.4. Student logs

5.4.1. Graphing to show were students are excelling on assessments

5.5. Journals

6. Feedback

6.1. Information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc., used as a basis for improvement.

6.2. Types

6.2.1. Goal-Directed

6.2.2. Scaffolded

6.2.3. Self-referenced

6.2.4. Standards referenced

6.2.5. Norm referenced

6.3. Nature of feedback

6.3.1. Amount

6.3.2. Timing

6.3.3. Mode

6.3.4. Audience

6.3.5. Type of task

6.4. Differentiated

6.4.1. Learner level of ability

6.4.2. Grade level

6.4.3. Subject