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Test and Non Test Assessment

  1. 1. Agustina Ika Wardani ( 11104063 )Kurnia Indrayanti ( 10004086 )Rosadillah Rahayu ( 10004098 )Yeni Puspitasari ( 10004216 )Asti Tiara Ciptaningsih ( 10004129 )
  2. 2.  A definition: a method of measuring aperson’s ability, knowledge, orperformance in a given domain Takes place at identifiable times, undertime constraints Uses prepared administrative procedures Must be able to be measured andevaluated and reported
  3. 3. Is an ongoing processGives feedback to help students increasecompetence• Informal: e.g. impromptu feedback, marginalcomments on drafts Does not make fixed judgment or record results• Formal: e.g. review of journal writing or student’sportfolio
  4. 4. Written testsIndonesian Students taking a written testWritten tests are tests that areadministered on paper or on a computer. Atest taker who takes a written test couldrespond to specific items by writing ortyping within a given space of the test oron a separate form or document
  5. 5. Multiple choiceIn a test that has items formatted asmultiple choice questions, a candidatewould be given a number of set answersfor each question, and the candidate mustchoose which answer or group of answersis correct.
  6. 6. Alternative responseTrue/False questions present candidateswith a binary choice - a statement is eithertrue or false. This method presentsproblems, as depending on the number ofquestions.
  7. 7. Matching typeA matching item is an item that provides adefined term and requires a test taker tomatch identifying characteristics to thecorrect term
  8. 8. Completion typeA fill-in-the-blank item provides a test takerwith identifying characteristics and requiresthe test taker to recall the correct term
  9. 9. EssayItems such as short answer or essaytypically require a test taker to write aresponse to fulfill the requirements of theitem. In administrative terms, essay itemstake less time to construct.
  10. 10. Homeworkis a structured practice exercise thatusually plays a part in grading. Sometimesinstructors assign reading or otherhomework which covers the theoreticalaspects of the subject matter, so that theclass time can be used for more hands-onpractical work.
  11. 11. Case studies and problem-solvingassignments can be used to apply knowledge. This type ofassignment required the student to place himor herself in or react to a situation where theirprior learning is needed to solve the problemor evaluate the situation. Case studiesshould be realistic and practical with clearinstructions.
  12. 12. Projects are usually designed so that the students canapply many of the skills they have developedin the course by producing a product of somekind. Usually project assignments are givenearly in the course with a completion datetoward the end of the quarter. Examplesinclude: a newsletter for word processing, anoverhauled engine for auto mechanics, asmall production for a video class.
  13. 13. Portfolios are collections of student projects andproducts. Like a photographers portfoliothey should contain the best examples ofall of their work. For subjects that arepaper-based, the collection of a portfolio issimple.
  14. 14. Observationshould follow an established plan orchecklist organized around concrete,objective data. Observation needs to betied to the objectives of the course.