Affective Assessment


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learning can be assessed using the Affective domain, and this is an example of doing Affective Assessment in the Classroom.

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Affective Assessment

  1. 1. Affective Assessment PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS FORM 36
  2. 2. Student Name: Teacher Name: ACTIVITY 4: First Year High School Educational Goal: The students will be able to develop and enhance 3 interpersonal relationship skills through collaboration and cooperation with peers in a group activity. Performance Task Content Illustrating Student Progress Date • • Group activity in constructing a 3 The students will work as a group in Dimensional Pyramid which demands constructing a 3Dimensional Pyramid intensive collaboration and cooperation figure from a 2 Dimensional Isosceles among group members to be able to triangle. accurately form the 3D figure, and enhance their interpersonal skills focusing on communication, interaction and relation. Summary/ Comments: Affective assessment has been used extensively in education to gain valuable information from student attitudes in various perspectives like the way students react to the instructional strategies that a teacher employs or the attitude and behavior the students demonstrate towards the lesson. However, it has rarely been used as an instrument for systematically evaluating courses in order to plan instructional changes, because affective assessment is not used to grade students but only to gather information to help teachers understand what is happening with regards to the students in their classes relevant to those qualities associated with the affective domain like social, emotional, and ethical dimensions. In this case, my intention is to determine the interpersonal relationship skills of my students relevant to their activity. Because in a group activity or laboratory tasks, students must be able to work together to accomplish their objectives, and knowing their interpersonal abilities would enable me, as a teacher to adjust and set roles for my students relevant to their skills for them to be able to do their respective learning tasks. AFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT 37
  3. 3. Performance Criteria 1 2 3 4 Criteria TOTAL Aloof Shy Slightly Active Very Active Selection Does not Participates but Participates and Actively participate in the does not share his shares his/her participates in Communication group’s activity. ideas. ideas but in a all group limited scale. activities and discussions. Interaction Does not interact Interacts but it is Shares his/her The group and well with the limited to ideas and have most of group answering supports the ideas the ideas in the questions of the leaders. activity. whenever asked. Does not join Maintains good Always sits near Leads the group or peer relationship with the group’s leader entire group Relationship activities unless peers but usually and actively joins and everybody compelled to. sits at the farthest in the group’s looks up to him/ place for a group discussion. her for making Wants to work member. decisions when alone. Group members group members like him/her for have conflicting being friendly but ideas. shun his/her plenty of bright Everybody ideas. listens and agrees to what he/she says. TOTAL Teacher Comment: 38