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DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT
Values and Attitudes about
Assessment
1.
2.
3.
4.

Teachers value and believe in students.
Sharing learning goals with the...
KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT
• Assessment to empower pupils as learners.
• Classroom assessment impacts significantly
on the...
KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT
• The purposes are to be diagnostic and formative,
providing feedback and being educative.
• Te...
KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT
• The assessments should be built on evidence rather
than on intuition.
• Assessment data shoul...
KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT
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Involve the students in the assessment process.
Communicate the assessment criteria to...
Diagnostic
Role

Summative
Role

ROLE OF
ASSESSMENT

Formative
Role

Placement
Role
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Journal
• Personal record of
responses
• Used in all subject
areas
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Self-Assessments
• Gathers info and reflect
on learning
• Knowledge about the
topic and previ...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Test/Quiz
• Criteria for success
• Achievement of
curriculum expectations
• May use standardi...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Placemat Graphic
Organizer
• Write ideas and
answers in the
placemat
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Conference/Interview
• Formal or informal
• Explore student’s thinking and
suggest next steps...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Poster
• Students make a poster
about a particular topic
• It should include a variety of
pic...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Student Survey
• Students complete a
survey about their
ideas or
understanding of a
particula...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Graffiti Wall
• Students with different
colored markers writes in
free form, draws, or
demons...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Word Splash
• Students are given
key words from
the unit of study
prior to learning
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

KWL
• Students are given a potential
topic and a KWL chart
• Students answer questions
about ...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Concept Cartoon
• Promote thinking and
discussion
• Can use ‘blank’ bubbles and
allow student...
DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS

Mind Maps
• Students write one
word or short phrases
that relate to the main
topic in the cen...
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  1. 1. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT
  2. 2. Values and Attitudes about Assessment 1. 2. 3. 4. Teachers value and believe in students. Sharing learning goals with the students. Involving students in self-assessment. Providing feedback that helps students recognize their next steps and how to take them. 5. Being confident that every student can improve. 6. Providing students with examples of what we expect from them.
  3. 3. KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT • Assessment to empower pupils as learners. • Classroom assessment impacts significantly on the pupils’ sense of self, expectations, motivation and confidence. • Assessment should provide guidance to both teachers and pupils about what needs to be learned next. • Assessment should embody an approach to teaching and learning in which the development of long-term dispositions is more important than short-term performance.
  4. 4. KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT • The purposes are to be diagnostic and formative, providing feedback and being educative. • Teaching should be adjusted in light of assessment evidence. • Assessment should promote, not damage, student motivation and self-esteem. • Assessment should be constructively critical and provide rich, positive feedback and feed forward. • The assessments should be criterion-referenced and the criteria should be public. • The assessments should lead to diagnostic teaching. • Assessment should promote student self-evaluation.
  5. 5. KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT • The assessments should be built on evidence rather than on intuition. • Assessment data should be derived from everyday classroom activities. • Assessment opportunities should be sought in everyday classroom activities. • Semi-structured approaches to gathering data are recommended, generating words rather than numbers (measures). • Assessments should be linked to the student teacher’s and the student’s action planning and target setting.
  6. 6. KEY FEATURES OF ASSESSMENT • • • • Involve the students in the assessment process. Communicate the assessment criteria to students. Demonstrate validity and reliability. Demonstrate fitness for purpose in deciding the method(s) of gathering assessment data and setting assessment tasks. • Select assessment methods that accord strongly with everyday teaching and learning processes. Copyright Keith Morrison, 2004
  7. 7. Diagnostic Role Summative Role ROLE OF ASSESSMENT Formative Role Placement Role
  8. 8. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Journal • Personal record of responses • Used in all subject areas
  9. 9. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Self-Assessments • Gathers info and reflect on learning • Knowledge about the topic and previous experiences
  10. 10. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Test/Quiz • Criteria for success • Achievement of curriculum expectations • May use standardized testing
  11. 11. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Placemat Graphic Organizer • Write ideas and answers in the placemat
  12. 12. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Conference/Interview • Formal or informal • Explore student’s thinking and suggest next steps • Assess students level of understanding • Review, clarify, extend what student has already completed
  13. 13. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Poster • Students make a poster about a particular topic • It should include a variety of pictures, headings, and captions • Particularly helpful for a unit
  14. 14. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Student Survey • Students complete a survey about their ideas or understanding of a particular topic
  15. 15. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Graffiti Wall • Students with different colored markers writes in free form, draws, or demonstrates their understanding of a particular topic
  16. 16. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Word Splash • Students are given key words from the unit of study prior to learning
  17. 17. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS KWL • Students are given a potential topic and a KWL chart • Students answer questions about what they already know about the topic, what they want to know, and what they have learned about the topic.
  18. 18. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Concept Cartoon • Promote thinking and discussion • Can use ‘blank’ bubbles and allow students to fill them in then have other students interact with them
  19. 19. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT IDEAS Mind Maps • Students write one word or short phrases that relate to the main topic in the center of the page

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