Topic #4:
The Science of Teaching
Part C:
Assessment, Grading &
Evaluation

“The Real Voyage of discovery consists not of
...
My Learning Activity
The Teaching Quality
Standard

KSA “g”:The teacher will be able to

translate the content of the course
curriculum into me...
The Science of Teaching:
The Four Essential Ingredients
Planning
Effective Instruction
• Assessment and Evaluation
• Tec...
How do you know if you
are Failing?
Defining the Terms:
Ass ess ment

Assess ment

Assessment
Who Would You Hire? Why?

Student #1:
– 1st Parachute
Attempt - 100%
– 2nd Parachute
Attempt – 50%
– 3rd Parachute
Attempt...
Coming to Terms:

• Assessment: the process of providing and
collecting information/feedback that helps
students, parents,...
Assessment of Learning: using evidence of student learning to judge
student achievement in relation to goals, standards, a...
Assessment Methods
Our Recipe
Book of
Learning
Activities
Published by
the
EDUC 250 class
It’s Not on the Test

Not everything that can be counted counts,
and not everything that counts can be counted
**Albert Ei...
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading
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Topic 4c: The Science of teaching - Assessment, Evaluation & Grading

  1. 1. Topic #4: The Science of Teaching Part C: Assessment, Grading & Evaluation “The Real Voyage of discovery consists not of seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” ***Marcel Proust
  2. 2. My Learning Activity
  3. 3. The Teaching Quality Standard KSA “g”:The teacher will be able to translate the content of the course curriculum into meaningful learning activities for the students. KSA “i” The teacher will gather information to determine the needs and progress of the students.
  4. 4. The Science of Teaching: The Four Essential Ingredients Planning Effective Instruction • Assessment and Evaluation • Technology Integration
  5. 5. How do you know if you are Failing?
  6. 6. Defining the Terms: Ass ess ment Assess ment Assessment
  7. 7. Who Would You Hire? Why? Student #1: – 1st Parachute Attempt - 100% – 2nd Parachute Attempt – 50% – 3rd Parachute Attempt – 0% Student #2: – 1st Parachute Attempt - 50% – 2nd Parachute Attempt – 50% – 3rd Parachute Attempt – 50% Student #3: – 1st Parachute Attempt - 25% – 2nd Parachute Attempt – 50% – 3rd Parachute Attempt – 75% Average = 50% Average = 50% Average = 50% Activity: Class Discussion – What do these results tell you?
  8. 8. Coming to Terms: • Assessment: the process of providing and collecting information/feedback that helps students, parents, and teachers understand how students are doing. • Evaluation: the process of employing selected, specific criteria for the purpose of judging and critiquing the quality of a performance, production or other evidence of learning. • Grading: the process of applying a “grade” (letter, number, percentage) which represents the quality of student performance.
  9. 9. Assessment of Learning: using evidence of student learning to judge student achievement in relation to goals, standards, and learning outcomes. Its purpose is to report through summative evaluation Assessment for Learning: drawing inferences about student learning and progress from ongoing data to inform teaching. Its purpose is to guide instruction through formative feedback. Assessment as Learning: reflection by students on learning and progress in order to monitor their learning and progress and inform learning goals. Its purpose is to develop and support student metacognition through reflection
  10. 10. Assessment Methods
  11. 11. Our Recipe Book of Learning Activities Published by the EDUC 250 class
  12. 12. It’s Not on the Test Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted **Albert Einstein

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