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PRINCIPLES of
HIGH QUALITY
ASSESSMENT
“what does it mean to
be real and to be
certain in a world
full of fraud and
uncertainties?”
CLARITY OF LEARNING
TARGETS/OBJECTIVES


Rt=(2*rhalf)/(
1+rhalf)
KR21=K/(K-1)
[1-{n(K-M)}/K(Variance)]
Reliability Interpretation
.90 and above Excellent Reliability
.80 -. 90 Very good for a
classroom test
.70 - .80 Good for...
A 50 item test was
administered to a group
of 20 students. The
mean score was 35
while standard
deviation was 5.5.
Compute...
CLARITY OF LEARNING
TARGETS/OBJECTIVES
“If the proof of the
pudding is in the eating,
then the proof of
learning is results
obtained from assessing.”
PRINCIPLES of
HIGH QUALITY
ASSESSMENT
"The society we live in is
a prison where the
hearts of the people are
the judges and their eyes
are the cold bars." -
Mar...
To deeply
understand the
concepts underlying
Principles of High
Quality Assessment.
The BSED 3-N1 will:
1.) Identify the person/s behind
Principles of High Quality Assessment.
2.) Discuss various possible
a...
LEARNING TARGETS
Knowledge Students’ mastery of the
content.
Reasoning Students’ ability to use their
knowledge.
Skills St...
specific activities
or tasks that a
student can
proficiently do
cluster of
skillsmade up of related
competencies
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
Principles of high quality assessment
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Principles of high quality assessment

  1. 1. PRINCIPLES of HIGH QUALITY ASSESSMENT
  2. 2. “what does it mean to be real and to be certain in a world full of fraud and uncertainties?”
  3. 3. CLARITY OF LEARNING TARGETS/OBJECTIVES
  4. 4.  
  5. 5. Rt=(2*rhalf)/( 1+rhalf)
  6. 6. KR21=K/(K-1) [1-{n(K-M)}/K(Variance)]
  7. 7. Reliability Interpretation .90 and above Excellent Reliability .80 -. 90 Very good for a classroom test .70 - .80 Good for a classroom test .60 - .70 Somewhat low .50 - .60 Suggests need for revision of test .50 or below Questionable
  8. 8. A 50 item test was administered to a group of 20 students. The mean score was 35 while standard deviation was 5.5. Compute the KR21 index of reliability.
  9. 9. CLARITY OF LEARNING TARGETS/OBJECTIVES
  10. 10. “If the proof of the pudding is in the eating, then the proof of learning is results obtained from assessing.”
  11. 11. PRINCIPLES of HIGH QUALITY ASSESSMENT
  12. 12. "The society we live in is a prison where the hearts of the people are the judges and their eyes are the cold bars." - Mark d.Peña
  13. 13. To deeply understand the concepts underlying Principles of High Quality Assessment.
  14. 14. The BSED 3-N1 will: 1.) Identify the person/s behind Principles of High Quality Assessment. 2.) Discuss various possible assessments that will cater different types of Learners. 3.) Identify and apply different teaching strategies that will meet the Principles of High Quality Assessment.
  15. 15. LEARNING TARGETS Knowledge Students’ mastery of the content. Reasoning Students’ ability to use their knowledge. Skills Students’ ability to demonstrate what they have learned. Products Students’ ability to create. Affects Students’ emotional attainments.
  16. 16. specific activities or tasks that a student can proficiently do cluster of skillsmade up of related competencies

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