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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Formative

1.1. A Formative assessment can have a variety of methods to complete them. This is where students may show progress throughout the lesson as well as providing activities to gain better understanding.

1.1.1. Opening Question: What do you think a food chain is?

1.1.2. Opening Question: What is at the beginning of a food chain?

2. Interim/Benchmark

2.1. A Interim/Benchmark assessment is where students can be tested on what they have learned so far. This can be in a variety of ways for example; standardized testing or the end of quarter exams that students may take.

2.1.1. Guiding Question: What do you think would happen if an animal was taken out of a food chain?

2.1.2. Guiding Question: How would you clarify what a food chain is?

3. Summative

3.1. A Summative assessment is to evaluate on what/how the student is learning at the end of the quarter or year. This can include projects, tests, ext.

3.1.1. Closing Question: What is the most important part of the food chain? Can you explain

4. Performance

4.1. A Performance Assessment is where a teacher has a student do more of a hands on assessment rather than just an answer a question assessment. This can help show what they know while voicing it rather than a multiple choice exam.

4.1.1. Closing Question: Devise a way to explain and create your own food chain.

5. Diagnostic

5.1. A Diagnostic Assessment is where a teacher can test a student to see what struggles or disabilities they may have. This can help the teachers when lesson planning and how to differentiate for their students.