Classroom Assessment

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Classroom Assessment by Mind Map: Classroom Assessment

1. Uses Learning Targets

2. Definition

3. Differs From Other Assessments

4. Purpose

5. Nature

6. Contextual Factors That Influence Teacher Decisions

7. Differences between goals, standards, and learning targets

8. Types & Techniques

9. Classroom assessments are events in which teachers and learners are integrated in the process of teaching and learning to monitor learning experiences and inform instruction.

10. The nature of classroom assessment is to aligned instruction to curriculum and what we know about students and combined with immediate feedback assessment.

11. Its purpose is to help students develop essential knowledge and skills 21st-century students need, such as:

12. Classroom assessments are intended to improve course and learning intend of assigning scores or grades. It is used to help teachers better understand how students learn and improve their teaching techniques.

13. Summative

14. 2 Conflicting Factors

15. Similarities and Differences

16. Types of Standards

17. 4 Types of Educational Standards

18. Assess Knowledge, Understanding & Reasoning Skills

19. Learning targets are student friendly descriptions that use goals, standards, and objectives that use action words to describe what students should know and will achieve after a lesson and criteria to measure their performance.

20. Evidence of Good Assessment

21. Characteristics of Good Assessments

22. Purposes

23. Examples

24. Formative

25. Examples

26. The End

27. Classroom Assessment

28. Thank you for learning with me!

29. There are 3 techniques for assessments that must match the purpose of assessing:

30. Assessment Techniques