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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Diagnostic

1.1. Advantages

1.2. Disadvantages

1.3. Example

1.4. Of/For

2. Formative

2.1. Advantages

2.2. Disadvantages

2.3. Example

2.4. Of/For

3. Summative

3.1. Advantages

3.2. Disadvantages

3.3. Example

3.4. Of/For

4. Performance-Based

4.1. Advantages

4.2. Disadvantages

4.3. Example

4.4. Of/For

5. High Stakes

5.1. Advantages

5.2. Disadvantages

5.3. Example

5.4. Of/For

6. Portfolio

6.1. Advantages

6.2. Disadvantages

6.3. Example

6.4. Of/For

7. Authentic

7.1. Advantages

7.2. Disadvantages

7.3. Example

7.4. Of/For

8. Self-Assessment

8.1. Advantages

8.2. Disadvantages

8.3. Example

8.4. Of/For

9. Peer-Assessment

9.1. Advantages

9.2. Disadvantages

9.3. Example

9.4. Of/For

10. Sources

10.1. Hanna, G. S., & Dettmer, P. A. (2004). Assessment for effective teaching: Using context-adaptive planning. Boston, MA: Pearson A&B.

10.2. Zubrzycki, Jaclyn. "Students 'Self-Assess' Their Way to Learning." Education Week. EdWeek, 9 Nov. 2015. Web. 6 June 2016.

10.3. Scherba de Valenzuela, Julia. "Defining Portfolio Assessment." University of New     Mexico. N.p., 2000. Web. 5 June 2016.

10.4. Mueller, Jon. "What is Authentic Assessment?" Authentic Assessment Toolbox. North Central College, 2014. Web. 6 June 2016.

10.5. Atkins, Kristin. "Performance-Based Assessment: Engaging Students in Chemistry." Edutopia: Schools that work. Ed. Debra Schaffner. Edutopia, 23 June 2015. Web. 4 June 2016.