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Assessment Jeopardy
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  • 1. Jeopardy All About Assessment Regular Jeopardy Final Jeopardy
  • 2. Assessment Types “ S” Words What’s That Mean? Question Types Scoring & Measuring $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $400 $500 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Validity/ Reliability
  • 3. Observations which allow one to determine the degree to which students know or are able to do a given learning task.
  • 4. What are formative assessments?
  • 5. An assessment that is carried out at the end of a course or unit.
  • 6. What is a summative assessment?
  • 7. A type of assessment designed to measure a student’s current knowledge.
  • 8. What is a diagnostic assessment?
  • 9. A test in which a student or a group's performance is compared to that of a norm group.
  • 10. What are norm referenced tests?
  • 11. Direct, systematic observation and rating of student performance of an educational objective, often an ongoing observation over a period of time, and typically involving the creation of products.
  • 12. What are performance-based assessments?
  • 13. A way to obtain information about a large group by examining a smaller, randomly chosen selection
  • 14. What is sampling?
  • 15. A process in which a student engages in a systematic review of their own work.
  • 16. What is self assessment?
  • 17. An objective test that is given and scored in a uniform manner.
  • 18. What is a standardized test?
  • 19. Evaluation at the conclusion of a unit or units of instruction .
  • 20. What is a summative assessment?
  • 21. Agreed upon values used to measure the quality of student performance, instructional methods, curriculum, etc.
  • 22. What are standards?
  • 23. A test that measures what it is designed to measure.
  • 24. What is a valid test?
  • 25. A test that consistently produces similar results.
  • 26. What is a reliable test?
  • 27. Quantitative description of student learning and qualitative description of student attitude .
  • 28. What is a measurement?
  • 29. The type of validity that predicts the score a student would get on a similar test but with different questions .
  • 30. What is “subject-matter” validity?
  • 31. These set the requirements for validity and reliability in educational testing.
  • 32. What are The Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing ?
  • 33. From ancient Greek, a term meaning a standard on which a judgment can be made.
  • 34. What are criterion?
  • 35. The Latin root assidere means to sit beside.
  • 36. What is assessment?
  • 37. A term meaning the point on a scale that divides a group into two equal subgroups.
  • 38. What is median?
  • 39. This term refers to a test intended to measure the test-taker's innate ability to learn.
  • 40. What is aptitude test?
  • 41. Field of study meaning concerned with the theory and technique of educational and psychological measurement. .
  • 42. What is psychometrics?
  • 43. The term for an assessment question that requires judgment to determine the answer’s worth.
  • 44. What are subjective questions?
  • 45. Questions where students choose the correct or best answer/completion from a menu of alternatives.
  • 46. What are multiple choice questions?
  • 47. A question that requires students to answer questions in writing.
  • 48. What is an essay question?
  • 49. A question/task that asks for the behavior the learning is intended to produce.
  • 50. What is an authentic question/assessment?
  • 51. A question for which the scoring procedure is completely specified enabling agreement among different scorers .
  • 52. What is an objective question?
  • 53. A scoring guide used in subjective assessments.
  • 54. What is a rubric?
  • 55. A classification tool or counting system designed to indicate and measure the degree to which an event or behavior has occurred.
  • 56. What is a scale?
  • 57. A scale based on descriptive words or phrases that indicate performance levels.
  • 58. What is a rating scale?
  • 59. Score used to determine the minimum performance level needed to pass a competency test.
  • 60. What is a cut score?
  • 61. A graphic compilation of the performance of an individual on a series of assessments.
  • 62. What is a profile?
  • 63. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  • 64. In assessment, assigning a single score based on an overall assessment of performance rather than by scoring or analyzing dimensions individually.
  • 65. What is the holistic method?

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