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  • 1. Assessment
  • 2. There are two types of assessment…
    • Summative
    • And
    • Formative
  • 3. Summative Assessment is…
    • USED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ABOUT ACHIEVEMENT
    • Usually given at the end of a unit
    • Demonstration of skills that students have repeatedly practiced
    • Based on known criteria
    • BROAD
    • Used for data analysis
  • 4. Formative Assessment is…..
    • ONGOING
    • Designed to provide direction for improving instruction
    • Introduction and practice
    • Focus is on individual or group learning
    • ALLOWS FOR LOTS OF FEEDBACK
  • 5. Common Elements
    • Focused on expectations
    • Engaging for students
    • Enhance students’ knowledge and skills
  • 6. What do formative and summative assessments look like in the classroom?
  • 7.
    • FORM ative Assessments
    • SUM mative Assessments
  • 8.  
  • 9. Learning Activities
  • 10.
    • Feedback
  • 11.
    • Development of a culture of success
  • 12. Adapted from How to Grade for Learning by Ken O’Connor
  • 13.  
  • 14. Credits
    • Flickr (photos)
    • Microsoft Word (clip art)
    • How to Grade for Learning, Ken O’Connor
    • Fair Isn’t Always Equal, Rick Wormeli
    • Teachers and Students of Tanglewood Middle School