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    • >Is a type of assessment usually given at the “END” of a course or unit.
    • >The PURPOSE and GOALS of summative assessment are:  To determine the extent to which the instructional objectives have been met.  To certify student mastery of the intended learning outcomes as well as use it for assigning grades.  The more information we have about the students, the clearer the picture we have about achievements or where gaps may occur.
    • Summative assessment is important, it is crucial that students work, abilities and progress be tracked and assessed throughout the entire learning process. It is imperative that teachers have proof of what the students have learned during the process.
    •  Although there are many types of summative assessment most common examples are: >Midterm exam >Final examinations >Term papers >Final project >Portfolios >Performance/Demonstration e.g. clinical, internship, licensure/certification.
    • >Summative assessment are often created in the following formats:  Selective response items.  Multiple Choice  True or False  Matching Types  Short answers  Fill in the blank  One or two sentence response  Extended written response  Performance assessment
    • Assessing ,Teaching and Learning can help instructors improve and refine their teaching practices and help improve students learning and performance.