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  1. 1. Review ofPrinciples ofHigh qualityAssessment͟
  2. 2. Assessment ʹ is anongoing process that involves series of steps ; collecting, analyzing and interpreting data.
  3. 3. LEARNING TARGETS ʹARE THE OUTCOMES THE TEACHER WANTS HERSTUDENTS TO ATTAIN OR ACQUIRE FROM HER TEACHING.
  4. 4. LEARNING TARGETS HAS 5 LEVELSLEVEL 1. KNOWLEDGE LEVEL IDENTIFY LABEL DEFINE LIST MATCH NAME RECITE SELECT STATE
  5. 5. LEVEL 2. COMPREHENSION ʹ THIS LEVEL INVOLVES AWARENESS OFTHE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF FACTS AND CONCEPTS. EXPLAIN PREDICT INFER ESTIMATE PARAPHRASE CONVERT DIVERT
  6. 6. LEVEL 3. APPLICATION ʹSTUDENTS ARE ABLE TO TRANSFER THE LEARNING FROM ONE FIELD TO ANOTHER BUT IN THE SAME DISCIPLINE. COMPUTE MODIFY OPERATE ORGANIZE SOLVE TRANSFER DEMONSTRATE
  7. 7. LEVEL 4. ANALYSIS ʹ THESTUDENTS CAN NOW BREAK INTO PIECES THE PARTS OF AN IDEAAND EXPLAIN EACH PART OF THE CONCEPT. DIAGRAM DIFFERENTIATEDISTINGUISH SELECT SEPARATE RELATE ILLUSTRATE
  8. 8. LEVEL 5. SYNTHESIS ʹ THE STUDENT CAN NOW PUT BACKTOGETHER THE COMPONENTS IN ORDER TO SUMMARIZE THE CONCEPT COMPOSE ORGANIZECREATE DESIGN DEVISE CATEGORIZE FORMULATE SUMMARIZE
  9. 9. LEVEL 6. EVALUATION ANDJUDGING ʹ THE STUDENTS NOWARE READY TO MAKE JUDGEMENTSABOT THE VALUE OF THE CONCEPT. APPRAISE COMPARECONTRAST CRITIZE DEFEND JUSTIFY JUDGE VALIDATE
  10. 10. LEVEL 2. REASONING LEVEL -REQUIRES THE STUDENT TO IDENTIFY LOGICAL ERRORS OR TO DIFFERENTIATE AMONG FACTS, OPINIONS AND CONCLUSIONS BREAKDOWN ILLUSTRATE POINT OUT DIAGRAM OUTLINE SUBDIVIDE
  11. 11. LEVEL 3. SKILLS LEVEL Skills ʹ this are specific activities or task that a students can proficeintly do.Competencies ʹ this are group of task needed for a particular task Abilities ʹ these are talents of the students that fall into the three domain.
  12. 12. LEVEL 04. PRODUCT,OUTPUTS AND PROJECTS TARGETS (psychomotor domain)PRODUCT ʹ ARE CONCERNED WITH THE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE FINISHED PRODUCT OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
  13. 13. LEVEL 5. AFFECTS LEVEL ʹ ITCONCERNS WITH THE VALUES OF AN INDIVIDUAL. (Affective domain)APPRECIATE SHOW RESPECT FOR ADMIRE OBSERVE STRICTLY COMPLY WITH UTILIZEWISELY INITIATE FIND PLEASURE
  14. 14. II. APPROPRIATENESS OF ASSESSMENT METHODWRITTEN RESPONSE INSTRUMENTSELECTED RESPONSE INSTRUMENT ʹ matching type, true-false, multiple choice, identification SUPPLY TYPE ʹ essay, enumeration, short answer
  15. 15. PRODUCT RATING SCALE ʹ
  16. 16. PERFORMANCE TEST ʹ(CHECKLIST) ʹ IS THE ONE OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY USED MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTUSED BY TEACHERS. IT CONSIST OF A LIST OF BEHAVIOR THAT MAKE UP A CERTAIN TYPE OF PERFORMANCE
  17. 17. ORAL QUESTIONING/ORALEXAMINATION ʹ THIS METHOD OF ASSESSMENT IS APPROPRIATE FORMARKING STUDENTS ACCORDING TO THE QUALITY OF THEIR ANSWER. TYPE OF ORAL QUESTIONING INDIVIDUAL ORAL QUESTIONING GROUP ORAL EXAMINATION ʹ
  18. 18. OBSERVATION - IS THEMOST APPROPRIATE MEANS OF OBTAINING INFORMATION ABOUT THE MEASURABLE ASPECTS OF PERFORMANCE USING THE FIVE SENSES.
  19. 19. SELF-REPORTS ʹ THIS ASSESSMENT IS A TECHNIQUE COMMONLY USED IN SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL ASSESSMENT.
  20. 20. CHECKLIST ʹ ARE APPROPRIATE WHEN THE TEACHER IS LOOKING FORTHE PRESENCE OF SPECIFICELEMENTS IN THE PRODUCT OR PERFORMANCE.
  21. 21. PROPERTIES OF ASSESSMENT METHOD
  22. 22. VALIDITY - DEFINED AS THEINSTRUMENTS ABILITY TO MEASURE WHAT IT PURPORTS
  23. 23. CONTENT VALIDITY ʹ THE TEST ITEMS MUSTMATHC THE INSTRUCTIONALOBJECTIVES THE TEACHER WANT TO ACHIEVE BY HER STUDENTS.
  24. 24. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES TEST ITEMS‡ RECALL THE ‡ LIST THE CAPITAL NAMES OF THE CITIES OF PROVINCES OF ZAMBOANGA DEL MINDANAO AND THEIR CAPITAL‡ LIST THE VERB IN ‡ COUNT THE ACTION VERB IN THE STORY. THE SENTENCES
  25. 25. FACE VALIDITYʹ REFERS TO THE APPEARANCE OF A TEST.
  26. 26. CONSTRUCT VALIDITY ʹ REFERS HOW WELL APERFORMANCE ON A PARTICULAR SET OF TASK OR COMPONENTS CAN BE EXPLAINED IN TERMS OF SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAIT.
  27. 27. EX. OF INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE GIVEN 30 THREE DIGIT ADDITION PROBLEMS THESTUDENTS WILL COMPUTE AT LEAST 90 PERCENT
  28. 28. TWO TYPES OF CRITERION VALIDITYCONCURRENT VALIDITY ʹ IS THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE TESTAGREE WITH OR CORRLEATES IWHT A CRITERION WHICH IS SET UP AS AN ACCEPTABLE MEASURE.
  29. 29. PREDICTIVE CRITERION RELATED VALIDITY ʹ IT EVALUATED BY RELATING THE TESTTO SOME ACTUAL ACHIEVEMENTS OFTHE STUDENT OF WHICH THE TEST ISSUPPOSED TO PREDICT HIS SUCCESS.
  30. 30. FAIRNESS .
  31. 31. The goal of assessment is diagnosing thelearning process rather than the learning object
  32. 32. PRACTICALITY AND EFFICIENCY TEACHER SHOULD MAKE SURE THAT SHE IS FAMILIAR WITH THEINSTRUMENT SHE IS GOING TO USED.
  33. 33. ETHICS IN ASSESSMENTETHICS ʹ REFERS TO THEQUESTION OF RIGHT AND WRONG.
  34. 34. THE FUNDAMENTAL RESPONSIBILITYOF THE TEACHER TO DO ALL IN HIS OR HER POWER TO ENSURE HTAT PARTICIPANT IN AN ASSESSMENT PROGRAM ARE PROTECTED FORMPHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL HARM, DISCOMFORT DANGER THAT MAY ARISE DUE TO THE TESTING PROCEDURE.
  35. 35. TEST RESULTS AND ASSESSMENTRESULTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL RESULTS. AVOID DECEPTION.
  36. 36. CHAPTER EXERCISES
  37. 37. A TEACHER PLANS TO RATE THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS INA GYMNASTICS CLASS UNOBTRUSIVELY.HE DOES NOT LET THE STUDENTS KNOW THAT HE IS ACTUALLY RATING THEIR GYMNASTICS ABILITIES. INSTEAD, HE TELLS THE STUDENT TO USE THE GYMNASIUM FACILITIES FOR PRACTICEAND THEN, HE WATCHES THE STUDENTS PRACTICE ON OCCASIONS THAT ARE UNANNOUNCED.
  38. 38. IDENTIFY THE ETHICAL ISSUES THAT MAY BE RAISED IN TERMS OF A. POSSIBLE HARM TO THE PARTICIPANTS B. CONFIDENTIALITY OF THE ASSESSMENT DATAC. PRESENCE OF CONCEALMENT OR DECEPTION.
  39. 39. Prepared by: Mary Rose Amio Chona M. Basa
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