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  1. 1. tandard-Based Assessment in Mathematics Prepared by: E. M. Geronimo S
  2. 2. Let’s Take a Quiz Remember that the ‘+’ symbol means multiply, the ‘–‘ symbol means divide, the ‘’ symbol means add, and the ‘x’ symbol means subtract.
  3. 3. 1. 10 + 7 6. 16 – 2 2. 15 x 2 7. 18  6 3. 14 – 7 8. 9 x 5 4. 20  5 9. 12 + 3 5. 8 x 3 10. 27 – 9 60 seconds Time is up!!!
  4. 4. 1. 10 + 70 = 70 6. 16 – 2 = 8 2. 15 x 2 = 13 7. 18  6 = 24 3. 14 – 7 = 2 8. 9 x 5 = 4 4. 20  5 = 25 9. 12 + 3 = 36 5. 8 x 3 = 5 10. 27 – 9 = 3
  5. 5. According to whose standard are you beautiful?
  6. 6. “Do I love you because you’re beautiful? Or are you beautiful because I love you?”
  7. 7. tandard-Based Assessment in Mathematics S
  8. 8. What is standard-based assessment?
  9. 9. Framework • Background • Curriculum Guide and Grading System • Formative & Summative Assessment • Authentic Assessment • Sample Rubric
  10. 10. What is standard-based assessment? An approach that compares students’ performances to the standards, rather than comparing them with other students.
  11. 11. What is standard-based assessment? The measurement of students’ learning performance according to predetermined educational content and performance standards (Sana Rafiq, 2008).
  12. 12. The standards define the skills and knowledge content which will need to be mastered by each student in a certain time frame.
  13. 13. Learning Area Standard Key Stage Standards
  14. 14. What is standard-based assessment? Assessment is aligned to the attainment of the students’ defined skills or competencies.
  15. 15. x + 3 = 12 y + 3 = 12 x2 + x + 3 = x2 +12 x2 + 3 = 12
  16. 16. Grade Level Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts and principles of patterns and algebra (sequences, series, polynomial equations, …)
  17. 17. lassroom Assessment As per DepEd Order #8 Series of 2015 Prepared by: E. M. Geronimo C
  18. 18. Content Number and Number Sense Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of… the key concepts of sets, the real number system, estimation, … Performance Standards The learner is able to… explore set concepts and set operations… Learning Competencies The learner.. describes and illustrates well- defined sets, subsets, universal set and the null set…
  19. 19. Sample Assessment
  20. 20. Sample Assessment
  21. 21. Sample Rubric
  22. 22. Sample Rubric
  23. 23. • Classroom assessment is an ongoing process of identifying, gathering, organizing, and interpreting quantitative and qualitative information of what learners know and can do. What is Classroom Assessment?
  24. 24. Two Types of Classroom Assessment • Formative • Summative When the cook tastes the soup, that’s formative; when the guests taste the soup, that’s summative.
  25. 25. Learning Standards • Content Standards • Performance Standards • Learning Competencies • Concept Development
  26. 26. How are learners assessed in the classroom? • Individual & Collaborative Formative Assessment • Formative Assessment in Different Parts of the Lesson – Before – During – After
  27. 27. Examples of Formative Assessment – BEFORE the Lesson
  28. 28. Examples of Formative Assessment – DURING the Lesson
  29. 29. Example
  30. 30. Example
  31. 31. • Use 2, 3, 4, 5, +, and = to form an equation • Each ‘character’ must be used only once 32 = 4 +5
  32. 32. Examples of Formative Assessment – AFTER the Lesson 1. Checklists 2. Discussion 3. Games 4. PeTas that emanate from the lesson objectives 5. Practice exercises 6. Short quizzes 7. Written work
  33. 33. Solve for x: 4x – 8 = 0 30 seconds Time is up!!!
  34. 34. Solve for x: 2x – 3 = 11 30 seconds Time is up!!!
  35. 35. Solve for x: 4x – 2 = 3x + 5 30 seconds Time is up!!!
  36. 36. Solve for x: x2 – 4x = 0 30 seconds Time is up!!!
  37. 37. Solve for x: x2 – x = 12 30 seconds Time is up!!!
  38. 38. Summative Assessment • Individual & Collaborative Summative Assessment • Components of Summative Evaluation – Written Work (WW) – Performance Task (PT) – Quarterly Assessment (QA)
  39. 39. Components of Summative Assessment Component When Given Written Work (WW) At the end of the topic or unit Performance Task (PT) At the end of a lesson focusing on a topic/skill Quarterly Assessment (QA) Once, at the end of a quarter
  40. 40. Weight of the Components for Grades 1 to 10
  41. 41. List of Summative Assessment Tools As indicated in Appendix A Of DepEd Order #8
  42. 42. Mathematics
  43. 43. Math Written Work Performance Task
  44. 44. Traditional • Selecting a response • Task is simulated and contrived • Recall/Recognition • Teacher- structured/teacher- based Authentic • Performing a task • Real-life task • Application and original construction • Student- structured/student- based
  45. 45. ample Performance Tasks for Mathematics S
  46. 46. PeTa #1 : “EAT’s an Ellipse! • You’re part of a group of food technologists and your objective is to come up with a food or set of foods that resembles the shape of an ellipse. A client has assigned a center for each group (Please refer to the table below). Based on that center, the group will think of their OWN equation and eventually come up with the vertices & foci. These important coordinates should then be made evident in the food to be presented (using flaglets, or other materials that don’t need to be edible). Note that there’s no need to show the Cartesian plane with all its quadrants.
  47. 47. Group# Center 1 (-1, 2) 2 (2, -1) 3 (3, 0) 4 (0, -2) 5 (4, 3) 6 (3, 4) 7 (2, -5) 8 (5, -2) 9 (-3, 1)
  48. 48. ore ExamplesM
  49. 49. JUST 4 FUN
  50. 50. “Don’t judge a book by its cover… but judge a student by the standards…”
  51. 51. Let me hear from you… • slideshare.net • Erlyn M. Geronimo (UST College of Education) • erlyngeronimo@gmail.com
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