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    • Classroom Assessment José A. Rivera-Jiménez, Ed. D [email_address]
      • “ Assessment activities are intended to improve the quality of education in the learning process of students at the same time to strengthen the ability to teach in the educator. The assessment is conceived as a process through which collects information on the implementation of the students during the process of teaching - learning in order to improve the standard of learning of these and the effectiveness of the work of teaching of the educator” ( Vera, L. , 2002, p.45).
    • Objectives
      • Define Classroom Assessment Activities.
      • Know different examples of assessment activities.
      • Enhance the importance of using classroom assessment activities.
    • Classroom Assessment
      • “ Through close observation of students in the process of learning, the collection of frequent feedback on students' learning, and the design of modest classroom experiments, classroom teachers can learn much about how students learn and, more specifically, how students respond to particular teaching approaches. Classroom Assessment helps individual college teachers obtain useful feedback on what, how much , and how well their students are learning. Faculty can then use this information to refocus their teaching to help students make their learning more efficient and more effective” (Angelo T. & Cross, P. , 1993, p.3).
    • Examples of Assessment Activities
      • Focused Listing
      • Directed Paraphrasing
      • Classroom Opinion Polls
      • Everyday Ethical Dilemmas
      • Electronic Mail Feedback
    • Focused Listing
    • Directed Paraphrasing
      • Helps develop that skill, using their own words.
    • Classroom Opinion Polls
      • Provides more anonymity for students and more honest and accurate data for faculty.
    • Everyday Ethical Dilemmas
      • Students respond briefly and anonymously to cases, and faculty analyze the response in order to understand the student’s values.
    • Electronic Mail Feedback
      • Offers faculty a good alternative to the usual paper- and- pencil CATs.
    • Classroom Assessment
    • Conclusion
    • Questions