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  • 1. Assessment A Very Brief Overview “Teaching Teaching” May 1, 2009
  • 2. Evaluation in the Teaching Life Cycle
  • 3. Evaluation in the Teaching Life Cycle
  • 4. Assessment • Measures student learning • Measures performance • Measures engagement • Measures what you need it to measure • (But it must be designed to do so!)
  • 5. Formative & Summative Informal & Formal Objective & Subjective Internal & External
  • 6. Formative & Summative
  • 7. Formative • Who: teacher, peers, students themselves • What: feedback, not necessarily graded • When: continual • Why: instructional tool
  • 8. Formative • Who: teacher, peers, students themselves • What: feedback, not necessarily graded • When: continual • Why: instructional tool How do you do this?
  • 9. Summative • Who: teacher • What: graded assignment • When: at the end of the project or periodically • Why: demonstrates what the students know
  • 10. Summative • Who: teacher • What: graded assignment • When: at the end of the project or periodically • Why: demonstrates what the students know How do you do this?
  • 11. Formative & Summative
  • 12. Assessment & Evaluation
  • 13. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bradley_newman/13672486/ Formative & Summative more: http://tinyurl.com/formsum
  • 14. Informal & Formal
  • 15. Informal • classroom observations • journals • individual projects • logs • essays • performances • experiments • presentations • group projects • reports
  • 16. Informal • classroom observations • journals • individual projects • logs • essays • performances • experiments • presentations • group projects • reports What does this measure?
  • 17. Formal • unit tests • standardized tests
  • 18. Formal • unit tests • standardized tests What does this measure?
  • 19. Informal & Formal more: http://tinyurl.com/formsassess http://www.flickr.com/photos/andre5/2932016852/
  • 20. Objective & Subjective
  • 21. Objective • Multiple Choice • Fill in the blank • Equations • Steps in a process
  • 22. Objective • Multiple Choice • Fill in the blank • Equations • Steps in a process What are the strengths and weaknesses?
  • 23. Subjective • Essay • Short answer • Open ended problems
  • 24. Subjective • Essay • Short answer • Open ended problems What are the strengths and weaknesses?
  • 25. Objective & Subjective http://www.flickr.com/photos/art_star/530345114/
  • 26. Internal & External
  • 27. Internal & External Internal • Created by teachers • Feedback for students
  • 28. Internal & External External Internal • Created by governing body • Created by teachers • Minimal feedback for students • Feedback for students
  • 29. A Bit on External Assessment Could be any or all of the following: 1.Evaluate student learning 2.Evaluate student perceptions of the class 3.Provide feedback for future course design How do you use external assessment?
  • 30. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 11526659@N00/411960476 Internal & External
  • 31. Formative & Summative Informal & Formal Objective & Subjective Internal & External
  • 32. Tips
  • 33. Tell Them! • Tell the students what you expect them to learn. • Tell the students how you will be grading them. • Provide a rubric if possible. • Be consistent and clear in grading. • Provide feedback. http://www.flickr.com/photos/thowi/277264851/
  • 34. How do you assess student learning?

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