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Nature of Assessment

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Nature and Meaning of Assessment in Learning

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Nature of Assessment

  1. 1. Nature And MeaningNature And Meaning Of AssessmentOf Assessment Jeffrey D. Bermudez
  2. 2. Meaning of Assessment In education, the term assessment refers to the wide variety of methods that educators use to evaluate, measure, and document the academic readiness, learning progress, and skill acquisition of students from preschool through college and adulthood. http://edglossary.org/assessment/
  3. 3. Meaning of Assessment It identify academic weaknesses and strengths so that educators can provide specialized Academic Support, educational programming, or social services. A process about collecting information conducted to improve educational programs. http://edglossary.org/assessment/
  4. 4. Program Improvement Recruitment Accountability Nature of Assessment Three major reasons why conduct assessment
  5. 5. Program Improvement •Helps program developers identify areas of improvement for the program. •Shows program developers the actual impact the program has on student. Nature of Assessment
  6. 6. Recruitment •Provides parents with evidence of the value a program has for their child. •Gives prospective students evidence of why they should participate. Nature of Assessment
  7. 7. Accountability •Meets University and schools annual program reporting and program review requirements. •Addresses accrediting agency program evaluation requirements. •May apply to other funding or regulatory agencies requirements. Nature of Assessment
  8. 8. Nature of Assessment The process of assessment Program Objective Assessment Design Collect Data Analyzed Data Report Result Use Result
  9. 9. Nature of Assessment Program Objectives At this stage, program leaders clearly state the impact the program is expected to have on participants. These goals are broken down into more specific statements in the form of learning objectives, statements that specify an observable behavior and expected level of the behavior after completing the program.
  10. 10. Nature of Assessment Assessment Design Plan how the observable behavior stated in the objective will be measured and when. The first challenge in this step is identifying an assessment instrument to measure the observable behavior.
  11. 11. Nature of Assessment Data Collection Make the assessment happen! Administer the assessment instrument at the planned times and collect trustworthy data. Things to consider in this step include whether the instrument will be administered online or on paper, who will administer the instrument, and under what conditions. The conditions for administration should be standardized as much as possible.
  12. 12. Nature of Assessment Analyze Data Information gathered through the assessment process can be either qualitative (textual) or quantitative (numbers). There are general guidelines for appropriate analysis of either type of data. In order to ensure that the valuable data is analyzed in a way that maximizes the trustworthiness of the conclusions drawn from the analysis, a person skilled in data analysis methodologies should guide this phase of assessment.
  13. 13. Nature of Assessment Report Result Reports of assessment results can be verbal or written and can take many different forms. When reporting results to different stakeholders, customize the format and presentation to the specific needs and interests of that audience. When reporting results the goal should always be to maximize the utility and applicability of the results for that audience. Also, make sure to use language appropriate for the audience.
  14. 14. Nature of Assessment Use Results Assessment is only useless if the results are not used! When done well, assessment provides valuable information that can inform decisions about a program, there should be some action that can be made to improve the program for the next cycle.
  15. 15. “If students have not been told where they are going, it is unlikely that they will arrive.” – Shirley Clark

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