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  • 1. Learning Assessment StrategiesFSFIELD STUDY 5 Learning Assessment Strategies Episode 2“MY ASSESSMENT LIST”Name of FS Student:Course: Year & Section:Cooperating School: My Target At the end of this activity, I will be keen at identifying and naming differentassessment methods used in the classroom.My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)Field Study 5, Episode 2 – My Assessment List Tasks Exemplary Superior Satisfactory Unsatisfactory 4 3 2 1Observation/ All the tasks All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than halfDocumentation: were done with tasks were done were done with of tasks were outstanding with high acceptable done; or most quality; work quality quality objectives met exceeds but with poor expectations quality 4 2 1 3My Analysis Analysis Analysis Analysis Analysis questions were questions were questions were questions were answered answered not answered not answered. completely; in completely completely. depth answers; thoroughly Clear Vaguely related Grammar and grounded on connection with to the theories. spelling theories theories unsatisfactory. Exemplary Grammar and grammar and Grammar and spelling spelling. spelling are acceptable 4 superior 2 1 3 [11]
  • 2. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection statements are statements are statements are statements are profound and clear, but not shallow; unclear and clear, supported supported by supported by shallow and are by experiences experiences experiences not supported from the from the from the by experiences episode. episode. episode. from the 4 episode. 3 2 1My Portfolio Portfolio Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has complete, clear, complete, clear, incomplete; many lacking well-organized well-organized supporting components; is and all and most documentation unorganized supporting supporting is organized but and unclear. documentation documentation is lacking. are located in are available sections clearly and/or in designated. logical and clearly marked locations. 4 2 1 3Submission Before deadline On the deadline A day after the Two days or deadline more after the deadline 4 3 2 1Subtotals Rating: (Based onOver-all Score Transmutation) Signature of FS Teacher Date Above Printed Name Transmutation of score to grade/ ratingScore Grade Score Grade20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 8118-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 7817 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 7516 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 72 and15 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below14 - 2.25 - 84 [12]
  • 3. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy Map To be aware of the assessment tools that are used in the classrooms, I will findinterest in observing teachers’ assessment practices.To hit my Target, I will work my way through these steps: Step 5. Reflect on your experience. Step 4.confer with your FS teacher your assessment list. Step 3. Describe how each assessment method was used, including your personal observations. Step 2. In your list, classify assessment methods as to conventional and authentic/alternative. Step 1. Observe at least two classes and make a list of the assessment methods used by teachers.My Tools As I visit schools and observe assessment practices in at least two classes, Idocumented my observations using the activity form provided for me. For my pen-and-paper test items, I customize a table of specification, and prepare the test material basedon the prescription of the school where I do class observation. CLASS 1 OBSERVATION SHEET (To be used during the actual observation of the 1st of 2 classes)Name of School: Linao National High SchoolSchool Address: Linao North, Tuguegarao City Date of Visit: January 16, 2012Grade/Year Level: I - 1 Subject Area: Science ASSESSMENT TOOLS DESCRIPTION (Bulleted description of how the assessment method is used relative to subject matter, levels of learning behavior, length, etc.)Exercises (GENETUCS) Individual Activity Self assessment The teacher distributed a photocopy to each learner The photocopy consists of [13]
  • 4. Learning Assessment Strategies statements that assess the students inherited traits or physical attributes.Pen-and-Paper Test (QUIZ) The most commonly used for assessment. The teacher gave a 10 item identification test. The teacher implied a test that requires the students’ knowledge and remembering. Done after the instruction. CLASS 2 OBSERVATION SHEET (To be used during the actual observation of the 2nd of 2 classes)Name of School: Cagayan National High SchoolSchool Address: Linao North, Tuguegarao City Date of Visit: January 16, 2012Grade/Year Level: II-2 Subject Area: Biology ASSESSMENT TOOLS DESCRIPTION (Bulleted description of how the assessment method is used relative to subject matter, levels of learning behavior, length, etc.)Oral Questioning  An assessment tool which gauge the knowledge and skills of the learner.  It was executed during discussion.  The teacher asks question/s relative to the topic about contraceptives.  The learner can determine whether the students are listening at the same time learning. [14]
  • 5. Learning Assessment Strategies ASSESSMENT TOOLS CLASSIFICATION SHEET (Based on your observation of the 2 classes)Name of School: Linao National High SchoolSchool Address: Linao North, Tuguegarao City Date of Visit: January 16,2012Grade/Year Level: I-2 & II-2 Subject Area: Science &Biology Conventional Types: DESCRIPTION OF HOW THE ASSESSMENT METHOD WAS USED (Please include your personal observations and comment below the description)Pen-and-Paper Test It is the most familiar assessment tool. The teacher gave a 10 item identification test to assess how well the students understand the lesson. I observed that the students understand the lesson presented by the teacher because everyone got high scores. ASSESSMENT TOOLS CLASSIFICATION SHEET (Based on your observation of the 2 classes)Name of School: Linao National High SchoolSchool Address: Linao North, Tuguegarao City Date of Visit: January 16, 2012Grade/Year Level: I-2 & II-2 Subject Area: Science & Bilogy Authentic/Alternative Types: DESCRIPTION OF HOW THE ASSESSMENT METHOD WAS USED (Please include your personal observations and comment below the description) 1. Oral Questioning The teacher asked question to the students during their discussion to assess their understanding and reasoning skills about the topic. The teacher encouraged the students to express their ideas and thoughts regarding the topic. 2. Exercise It was used for self assessment. Every student was given a photocopy which consists of statements that assess their inherited traits and physical attributes. [15]
  • 6. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy Analysis 1. Was there a variety of assessment methods used by the teacher? How relevant as/were the assessment method/s used? Yes, there was variety of assessment methods used by the teacher simply testing on isolated skill or capabilities by giving them different activities. They engaged students in discourse and social learning and they empowered students by choice to direct their own learning. They give also quiz/test to examine their academic performance. Assessment tools was being used by the teacher as to assess the student learning from the lesson that was being discussed and the assessment tools were relevant for it was based from the objectives of the lesson as well as with interest of the learner. 2. Do you think the expected students’ learning behaviors indicated in the objectives were properly and appropriately assessed through those assessment methods? Yes, because exposing students to others with diverse backgrounds and experiences also serve to help students focus on their awareness of themselves. When they see how others are different, students are given reference points or comparative perspectives which sharpen assessment of their own attitudes, values and behaviors. The teacher always consider the objectives of the lesson as to what assessment tool that she is going to use before, during and after discussion. [16]
  • 7. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy ReflectionWrite your personal reflection of thoughts and feelings about the importance in theuse of appropriate assessment methods in the classroom, including what studentsand teachers can gain from appropriate assessment tools. Assessment is a vital tool used by the teacher in determining if the lessonpresented is well transferred to the learner. Assessment is very important thing toconsider in education because through assessment you can measure the understanding ofthe learner based on the lesson presented. As a teacher, you must be fair in assessing your students’ capability since everylearner possesses a different intelligence and learning styles. Various methods should beimplemented so that each of your learners expresses what is in their mind. Some studentsare good in written but then they cannot express their self orally vice versa. So as ateacher, you must consider the weakness and strengths of your learner so that everybodyhas the opportunity to reveal their potentials or express their thoughts. By: Sheryl Mae D. Gamiao [17]
  • 8. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy ReflectionWrite your personal reflection of thoughts and feelings about the importance in theuse of appropriate assessment methods in the classroom, including what studentsand teachers can gain from appropriate assessment tools. Assessment should be targeted towards different learning styles of students. Forexample, some students may be great or good in theoretical or knowledge basedquestions; whereas other may be better at showing that they understand somethingthrough practical means like creating something. It is a must for every teacher to use an appropriate and variety of assessment toolin his/her class. And must be correlated and based on the aims and objectives. Theteacher has a wide variety of assessment tools to measure learning outcomes. Teachershould give the equal opportunity for the students to interact in the classroom in terms ofacademic performance. A teacher must give equal chance for the students to express theirselves in the classroom. By: Jingky A. Pacis [18]
  • 9. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy ReflectionWrite your personal reflection of thoughts and feelings about the importance in theuse of appropriate assessment methods in the classroom, including what studentsand teachers can gain from appropriate assessment tools. As individuals develop, there are different opportunities and constraints forlearning. Learning is most effective when differential development within acrossphysical, intellectual, emotional, and social domains is taken into account. Students learn best when material is appropriate to their developmental level andis presented in an enjoyable and interesting way. Because individual development varies,achievement in different instructional domains may also vary. Teachers/Educators need to be concerned with facilitating motivation bystrategies that enhance learner effort and commitment to learning; and to achieving highstandards of comprehension and understanding. Effective strategies include purposeful learning activities, guided by practices thatenhance positive emotions and intrinsic motivation to learn, and methods that increasepositive learners’ perception that a task is interesting and personally relevant. Becauselearners have different strategies, approaches, and capabilities for learning that arefunction of prior experience. Teachers need to be sensitive to individual differences, ingeneral. By: Rubie Grace M. Reynoso [19]
  • 10. Learning Assessment StrategiesMy PortfolioComplete the Table on Assessment MethodsWrite the most appropriate use of each assessment method. To complete the tabledo not hesitate to do further research. Assessment Method Appropriate Use (When to use it) 1. Written response instruments Appropriate for assessing the various levels of hierarchy of educational objectives. a. Multiple Choice Appropriate for efficient and reliable result; allow a wide sampling content. Candidates select the appropriate answer from several possible responses. b. True-False Many items can be administered during a limited time period; and easy to administer and score. c. Matching Scoring is objective, measure knowledge keyed to specific learning outcomes and competencies. Candidates select a second statement that best complements with each presented statement. d. Short Answer Tend to emphasize factual knowledge, rather than higher thinking skills performance or attitudes. Candidate provides short answers to question or complete sentences. Requires recollection of correct answer. e. Completion Test Use to test the students’ grasp of the higher level cognitive skills. f. Theory Relate to real world situation. May test several competencies at once. Candidates organize and write responses to problems usually presented in a real-life context. 2. Product Rating Scale (for book, Use to rate products like books, reports, reports, projects, and other creative maps, charts, diagram, notebook and etc. endeavors) need to develop. [20]
  • 11. Learning Assessment Strategies 3. Performance Tasks (using a Use to determine whether or not an microscope, solving Math word individual because in a certain way when problem) asked to complete a particular task. a. Performance Checklist Provides “controlled” sample of real- life and work activity. Allows for testing of complex integrated skills. 4. Oral Questioning Use to assess the students’ stock knowledge and determine the students’ ability to communicate ideas in coherent verbal sentences. 5. Observation and Self Reports Useful supplementary methods when used in conjunction with oral questioning and performance test. [21]