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Assessment in partnership pedagogy

  1. 1. JUHI MISRA M.TECH. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY(I SEM.) NIIT UNIVERSITY by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  2. 2. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  3. 3. GUIDING QUESTIONS??????????? What are the roles of assessment in general and in partnering? 2. What types of assessments are most useful for partnering students? 3. How can we assess the progress of all participants in the educational process? 1. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  4. 4. PRESENT ROLE OF ASSESSMENT  SORTING AND COMPARING  RANKING  FOR SCRUTINY IN JOBS  FOR ADMISSION TO COLLEGES by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  5. 5. STANDARDIZED TEST  Any test in which the same test is given in the same manner to all test takers is a standardized test. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  6. 6. DOES THIS HELP???...... NO by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  7. 7. WHAT THE STUDENT WANTS TO KNOW?  Am I improving?  Am I learning?  Are my skills getting better?  Am I well prepared to face my future?  What should I be working on? by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  8. 8. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS  Measures student progress throughout the instructional process and helps teachers adapt instruction to fit the learning needs of all students. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  9. 9. ADAPTING INSTRUCTION Not grasped-Reiterate or Adjust instruction in different way Give more practice If mastered skill- give extension assignment to go deeper into content by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  10. 10. Limitations The feedback comes too late and is far removed from the creation of the work and the decisions students made to be useful. Despite teachers’ herculean efforts to mark and return homework or tests, the feedback does little to help children improve by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  11. 11. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT • Score on a formal test with no other feedback • Perhaps useful for some purposes, little use for students • Turns to be an ego booster, more often an ego deflator. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
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  13. 13. BEYOND FORMATIVE & SUMMATIVE by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  14. 14. IPSATIVE ASSESSMENT  Beating your personal best.  Students make their own way, set their own standards and meet their own goals. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  15. 15. PEER ASSESSMENT •Feeling that their work is recognized by others •Appreciation of the work of other peers and classmates by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  16. 16. REAL WORLD ASSESSMENT by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  17. 17. Feedback from peers around the globe Students learn to be better critics of others, as well as to accept criticism offered in the spirit of mutual respect and making work better. by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  18. 18.  Students evaluate their own progress  Reflect on their learning and draw conclusions on their own  Creates a more engaged and active learning environment  Increases responsibility and accountability by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  19. 19. Valuate their own progre by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  20. 20. LET USE OWN DEVICES •As students have increasing access to digital tools and integrate them in learning they should be evaluated with their tools •Math educators feel that calculators and computers actually enhance students’ Mathematical capabilities by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  21. 21. ASSESSING STUDENTS’ PROGRESS,  Give students necessary and helpful feedback (FORMATIVE),  Encourage them to do better and better (IPSATIVE),  Provide them with feedback from fellow students (PEER),  Include evaluations from a global audience (REAL-WORLD),  Get them to understand their own progress (SELF-ASSESSMENT)  Allow them to use their own tools (21ST CENTURY) and,  Because we have to, satisfy the outside world by using standardized tests (SUMMATIVE). by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  22. 22. ASSESSING TEACHERS’ PROGRESS WHERE ARE THEY ALONG THE PARTNERING CONTINUUM SETTNG GOALS TO MOVE AHEAD MAKING THAT SELF ASSESSMENT KNOWN TO ADMINISTRATOS, PROBABLY TO STUDENTS, PARENTS by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  23. 23. ASSESSING ADMINISTRATORS’ PROGRESS  Do administrators believe partnering is the way to go?  Is there consensus? If not, where is discord?  Do administrators know where each of their teachers     stands on the partnering continuum? In what ways do administrators support partnering? In what ways do administrators support teachers who look to partner more? In what ways do administrators help recalcitrant teachers change? In what ways do administrators support partnering students and their parents? by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  24. 24. PARTNERING STUDENTS AND TEACHERS NEED STRONG PARENTAL SUPPORT Involve parents in discussions Use technology to communicate with parents Encourage students to share their positive classroom experiences with them Encourage them to find about partnering and 21st century students and learning Invite them to classroom, personally or virtually by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  25. 25. SELF ASSESSMENT FOR PARENTS Listening to their children Helping their children Encouraging their children Participatin g in PTAs & other parent events Sharing their knowledge by coming to schools & talking to students by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013
  26. 26. ASSESSING SCHOOLS’ PROGRESS HAPPIER STUDENT MORE ENGAGED IN OWN LEARNING RISING TEST SCORES PRACTISING EFFECTIVE LEARNERS by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013 CLEARER
  27. 27. LET’S DISCUSS  ANY QUESTIONS?? by Juhi Misra,M.Tech. E.T 2013

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