Student Assessments By: Agustina Bosio

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2. Assessments are used during the learning process to determine student understanding and help inform the teacher of necessary instructional adjustments (Siedlecki, 2012)

3. Assessments are used at the end of the learning process to determine the amount of information students have retained and the acadmeic progress the students have made (Siedlecki, 2012)

4. Assessments FOR learning

4.1. Formative

4.1.1. Definition

4.1.2. Advantages

4.1.3. Disadvantages

4.1.4. Examples

4.2. Diagnostic

4.2.1. Definition

4.2.2. Advantages

4.2.3. Disadvantages

4.2.4. Example

4.3. Self-assessment

4.3.1. Definition

4.3.2. Advantages

4.3.3. Disadvantages

4.3.4. Example

4.4. Peer Assessment

4.4.1. Definition

4.4.2. Advantages

4.4.3. Disadvantages

4.4.4. Example

5. Assessments OF learning

5.1. Summative

5.1.1. Definition

5.1.2. Advantages

5.1.3. Disadvantages

5.1.4. Example

5.2. Performance-based

5.2.1. Definition

5.2.2. Advantages

5.2.3. Disadvantages

5.2.4. Examples

5.3. High-stakes

5.3.1. Definition

5.3.2. Advantages

5.3.3. Disadvantages

5.3.4. Example

5.4. Portfolio

5.4.1. Definition

5.4.2. Advantages

5.4.3. Disadvantages

5.4.4. Example

5.5. Authentic

5.5.1. Definition

5.5.2. Advantages

5.5.3. Disadvantages

5.5.4. Example

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7. Reference List (Click small staple to right)