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How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
How to ask the right questions
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  • 1. HOW TO ASSESS,TEST, ANDEVALUATE { By Elizabeth Libson OT 6243
  • 2. What is the practice ofeffective teachers?
  • 3. Many examinations may capture the students abilities to take certain kinds of test but reflect little about the way student think Ken BainThe Impact of Testingand Grading
  • 4. • TRADITIONAL• LEARNING APPROACH Traditional vs. Learning Approach of Assessment
  • 5. • Find out about their students • Understand students as complex and continue relationship through learning • Give exercises to reflect what they learned that day Examinations: 1.Collect information about the students 2.Students understand criteria by which they will be judged. Ken BainThe Best Teachers….
  • 6. 1.Relate to Objectives2.Promote student growth3.Activity a useful practice4.Feedback useable to student5.Use multiple evaluation strategies6.Students understand methodsGuidelines for Evaluation
  • 7. Outline learning objectives or major concepts covered in classStep One
  • 8. Create a BlueprintStep Two
  • 9. Create Questions Based on BlueprintStep Three
  • 10. Match question type with appropriate level of learningStep Four
  • 11. Organize questions by item typesStep Five
  • 12. Eliminate similar questionsStep Six
  • 13. Organize the question logicallyStep Seven
  • 14. Analyze the resultsStep Eight

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