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Introduction to Educational Sciences, Orkun Canbay, Izmir University

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  • 1. Assessment and Evaluation 2012-2013 Fall 6th Session Instructor Orkun CanbayCanbay,O.(2012) 1
  • 2. DISCUSSION ○ Why do we assess in the education? ○ What happens after the evaluation? ○ What do the grades indicate for students, teachers and parents?Canbay,O.(2012) 2
  • 3. ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION CONCEPTS -Assessment -Evaluation - Formative Evaluation - Summative Evaluation -Reliability; dependable results produced consistently -Validitiy; measuring what is claimed to be measuredCanbay,O.(2012) 3
  • 4. Dimension of Difference Assessment Evaluation Timing Formative Summative Focus of Measurement Process-Oriented Product-Oriented Relationship Between Reflective Prescriptive Administrator and Recipient Findings, Uses Thereof Diagnostic Judgmental Ongoing Modifiability of Criteria, Flexible Fixed Measures Standards of Measurement Absolute Comparative Relation Between Objects of A/E Cooperative CompetitiveCanbay,O.(2012) 4
  • 5. Assessment• Assessment focuses on learning, teaching and outcomes. It provides information for improving learning and teaching. Assessment is an interactive process between students and faculty that informs faculty how well their students are learning what they are teaching. The information is used by faculty to make changes in the learning environment, and is shared with students to assist them in improving their learning and study habits. This information is learner- centered, course based, frequently anonymous, and not graded.Canbay,O.(2012) 5
  • 6. Evaluation• Evaluation focuses on grades and may reflect classroom components other than course content and mastery level. These could include discussion, cooperation, attendance, and verbal ability.Canbay,O.(2012) 6
  • 7. EFFECTS OF ASSESSMENT ON STUDENT MOTIVATION AND LEARNING ○ Effects of grades ○ Effects of feedback ○ Washback EffectCanbay,O.(2012) 7
  • 8. Standardized Tests ○ Norm-referenced Tests ○ Criterion-referenced TestCanbay,O.(2012) 8
  • 9. PREPARING TESTS ○ Selected-response item ○ True-False Items ○ Matching ○ Multiple Choice ○ Constructed-response item ○ Fill-in-the-Blanks ○ Essay TestsCanbay,O.(2012) 9
  • 10. ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT ○ Performance assessment ○ Authentic Assessment ○ Portfolios ○ Project WorkCanbay,O.(2012) 10
  • 11. EVALUATING AND GRADING ○ Grading Criteria ○ Designing RubricCanbay,O.(2012) 11
  • 12. Thank you..Canbay,O.(2012) 12