Christmas Markets       An example ofPerformance Based Assessment
Performance Based AssessmentAn authentic task if ……..
Performance Based Assessment  An authentic task if ……..It is realistically contextualizedIt requires judgement and innovat...
“An assessment approach grounded in authentic work callsfor students (and teachers) to come to two importantunderstandings...
Pre-AssessmentThe 4 Ps of Marketing
The Prompt                            Starting a Company Christmas is coming soon. It is traditional for German towns and ...
The Rubrics
Group Rubric
Advertisements
First hand research on Price and Promotion
First hand research on Price and Promotion
Heading into Downtown Düsseldorf
If we were the target audience,we would come here!
We gave this stall a 4 for place
Did you make the product yourself?
Product Brainstorm
Survey   Survey Monkey Students create survey for target audience with web based program, Survey Monkey. This will give th...
Survey Reflection True inquiry       Student inquiry
Calculating Cost of Products Total revenue = all the money you have after               you close the marketCosts = what y...
Use your local resources      Parents in the marketing business M&M’s
Using school resources –   Senior School Economics       Department Marketing
Production
Christmas Greetings Cards                                 Stocking ornaments                            PomPom ornaments
Products for Sale!!!
AdvertisementsAdverts                 Christmas                 Markets!Commercials
Market Day    Parents visit first thing for Rubric Feedback
Open for business     Target Audience, grade 4, starts shopping!
Consumer Feedback
Consumer Feedback
Parent Feedback
Parent Feedback
Senior School Principal
Senior School Principal
Student Reflection
Student Reflection
Thank youSharyn SkrticInternational School of Düsseldorfskrtic@isdedu.de
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    1. 1. Christmas Markets An example ofPerformance Based Assessment
    2. 2. Performance Based AssessmentAn authentic task if ……..
    3. 3. Performance Based Assessment An authentic task if ……..It is realistically contextualizedIt requires judgement and innovationIt asks the students to “do” the subjectIt replicates key challenging situations in which adults are truly“tested” in the workplace, in civic life, and in personal life.It assesses the students’ ability to efficiently and effectively use a repertoire of knowledge and skill to negotiate a complexand multistage task.It allows appropriate opportunities to rehearse, practice, consult resources, and get feedback on and refine performances andproducts.
    4. 4. “An assessment approach grounded in authentic work callsfor students (and teachers) to come to two importantunderstandings: first, learning how adults in the larger worldbeyond the school really use or don’t use the knowledge andskills that are taught in school; and second, how discretelessons are meaningful, that is, how they lead tohigher-quality performance or mastery of more importanttasks” Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
    5. 5. Pre-AssessmentThe 4 Ps of Marketing
    6. 6. The Prompt Starting a Company Christmas is coming soon. It is traditional for German towns and villages to host Christmas Markets for the four weeks leading up to Christmas. These markets sell a wide variety of goods and people come from all over the world to shop and to eat and drink there. This is your brief task: 1. Make, market and sell a product for profit for an ISD Christmas Market. 2. With your group members brainstorm all of the jobs/steps involved in doing this. 3. When you have collected the jobs/steps put them into the order you think they should be done.
    7. 7. The Rubrics
    8. 8. Group Rubric
    9. 9. Advertisements
    10. 10. First hand research on Price and Promotion
    11. 11. First hand research on Price and Promotion
    12. 12. Heading into Downtown Düsseldorf
    13. 13. If we were the target audience,we would come here!
    14. 14. We gave this stall a 4 for place
    15. 15. Did you make the product yourself?
    16. 16. Product Brainstorm
    17. 17. Survey Survey Monkey Students create survey for target audience with web based program, Survey Monkey. This will give them insights into what kind of shoppers their target audience are.
    18. 18. Survey Reflection True inquiry Student inquiry
    19. 19. Calculating Cost of Products Total revenue = all the money you have after you close the marketCosts = what you pay back Ms. Skrtic for what she bought to make your productsProfit = what is left over after you pay your costs Total Revenue – costs = profit Profit = Grade 3 Donation to Frauenhaus
    20. 20. Use your local resources Parents in the marketing business M&M’s
    21. 21. Using school resources – Senior School Economics Department Marketing
    22. 22. Production
    23. 23. Christmas Greetings Cards Stocking ornaments PomPom ornaments
    24. 24. Products for Sale!!!
    25. 25. AdvertisementsAdverts Christmas Markets!Commercials
    26. 26. Market Day Parents visit first thing for Rubric Feedback
    27. 27. Open for business Target Audience, grade 4, starts shopping!
    28. 28. Consumer Feedback
    29. 29. Consumer Feedback
    30. 30. Parent Feedback
    31. 31. Parent Feedback
    32. 32. Senior School Principal
    33. 33. Senior School Principal
    34. 34. Student Reflection
    35. 35. Student Reflection
    36. 36. Thank youSharyn SkrticInternational School of Düsseldorfskrtic@isdedu.de

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