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Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
Tools to assess curriculum
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Tools to assess curriculum

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  • 1. In making comparisons, applying principles to new situations, organizing information, drawing inferences,summarizing information2. reasoning, organization, communication and knowledge-Scoring plans which specifies attributes for a quality answer ( concise, factual, theres connection bet argument and supporting facts)-Demonstrating creativity and originality
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    • 1. • Pencil and paper strategy • Performance based strategy • Observational • Personal communication • Oral • Reflective • Combination of strategies
    • 2. •Essay •Select Response
    • 3. - is a writing sample used to assess student understanding and/or how well students can analyze and synthesize information
    • 4. • Measures student’s ability • Assesses ROCK skills • Directly measures the performance • Includes a scoring plan • Affords the student a chance to construct his/her own answers
    • 5. - is a pencil-and-paper assessment in which the student is to identify the one correct answer.
    • 6. • Can be administered to a large number of students at the same time • Can be scored very quickly • Stated in clear, simple language
    • 7. • Performance Task • Exhibition / Demonstration
    • 8. - is an assessment which requires students to demonstrate a skill or proficiency by asking them to create, produce, or perform
    • 9. • Can be diagnostic, formative or summative • Ongoing feedback • Allows most learners to participate successfully in varying degree • Provides opportunities to work individually, as well as in small groups • Focuses on process as well as products • Provides contexts that have relevance to the students • Provides most realistic assessment
    • 10. - Is a performance in which a student demonstrates individual achievement through application of skills and knowledge
    • 11. • Either actual situation or simulation • Often used in Arts • Accompanied by a list of performance attributes as well as assessment criteria • Frequently organized in assessment stations

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