ASSESSMENT IN THE 21STCENTURYTOPIC: ASSESSMENTMETHODS
What are assessmentMethods?Assessment methods can be definedas the way the teacher chooses toassess her students in order ...
Types of Assessment Methods Assessment methods include: Journal Entry Self and peer assessment Classroom conferences (...
Description of Assessmentmethods Journal Entry-allows the students to becreative while they share and brain storm theirid...
Peer and Self Assessment(Adapted from You Tube)
More Description of Methods Classroom conferences- Teacher sits withstudents individually and dialogue about theirstrengt...
 This instrument allows the teacher to observethe students as they perform a research andto assess their creativity skill...
 Rubrics can be used throughout a unit for avariety of purposes especially collaborationand self direction, monitoring pr...
Procedures/Lecture Slide Add procedure here Step one Step two
Conclusion To conclude there is a variety of assessmentmethods that can be used in the 21stcenturyclassrooms which will a...
References OAS virtual classroom module 3 You tube
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    1. 1. ASSESSMENT IN THE 21STCENTURYTOPIC: ASSESSMENTMETHODS
    2. 2. What are assessmentMethods?Assessment methods can be definedas the way the teacher chooses toassess her students in order tocollect information.
    3. 3. Types of Assessment Methods Assessment methods include: Journal Entry Self and peer assessment Classroom conferences (Teacher and student) Portfolio Observation Checklist Rubrics
    4. 4. Description of Assessmentmethods Journal Entry-allows the students to becreative while they share and brain storm theirideas. Thus also encourages metacognitionand reflection on learning over time. Self and Peerassessment plays an important rolewhile providing the opportunity for students tothink metacognitively about their learning.
    5. 5. Peer and Self Assessment(Adapted from You Tube)
    6. 6. More Description of Methods Classroom conferences- Teacher sits withstudents individually and dialogue about theirstrengths and weaknesses. Portfolio – allows the students, teacher andparents to look at how the students learningare progressing over a period of time.Portfolios also permit students to reflect andinclude samples of their work.
    7. 7.  This instrument allows the teacher to observethe students as they perform a research andto assess their creativity skills. This encourages the students to develop asense of self direction, self collaboration andmeta cognition. It is also a great instrument to aid with themonitoring of the students development. It can be used during conferencing to identifya specific behaviour or by students in self andpeer assessment.Observational Checklist
    8. 8.  Rubrics can be used throughout a unit for avariety of purposes especially collaborationand self direction, monitoring progress andchecking for understanding and encouragingmetacognition.Rubrics
    9. 9. Procedures/Lecture Slide Add procedure here Step one Step two
    10. 10. Conclusion To conclude there is a variety of assessmentmethods that can be used in the 21stcenturyclassrooms which will assist in the progressingof students skills and development. These methods will also enable teachers tozoom in on the skill or skills the student(s)need(s) to develop.
    11. 11. References OAS virtual classroom module 3 You tube
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