Student Assessments

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Student Assessments by Mind Map: Student Assessments

1. Diagnostic

1.1. Definition

1.2. Purpose

1.3. Advantages

1.4. Disadvantages

1.5. Assessment FOR Learning

1.5.1. Rationale

1.6. Examples

2. Formative

2.1. Definition

2.2. Purpose

2.3. Advantages

2.4. Disadvantages

2.5. Assessment FOR Learning

2.5.1. Rationale

2.6. Examples

3. Summative

3.1. Definition

3.2. Purpose

3.3. Advantages

3.4. Disadvantages

3.5. Assessment OF Learning

3.5.1. Rationale

3.6. Examples

4. Performance-Based

4.1. Definition

4.2. Purpose

4.3. Advantages

4.4. Disadvantages

4.5. Assessment OF Learning

4.5.1. Rationale

4.6. Examples

5. High Stakes

5.1. Definition

5.2. Purpose

5.3. Advantages

5.4. Disadvantages

5.5. Assessment OF Learning

5.5.1. Rationale

5.6. Examples

6. Portfolio

6.1. Definition

6.2. Purpose

6.3. Advantages

6.4. Disadvantages

6.5. Assessment OF & FOR Learning

6.5.1. Rationale:

6.6. Examples

7. Peer-Assessment

7.1. Definition

7.2. Purpose

7.3. Advantages

7.4. Disadvantages

7.5. Assessment OF and FOR Learning

7.5.1. Rationale

7.6. Examples

8. by Ramona Yuva

8.1. A look at 10 different forms of student assessment and their possible applications within high school ESL classes.

9. Problem-Based

9.1. Definition

9.2. Purpose

9.3. Advantages

9.4. Disadvantages

9.5. Assessment OF Learning

9.5.1. Rationale

9.6. Examples

10. Self-Assessment

10.1. Definition

10.2. Purpose

10.3. Advantages

10.4. Disadvantages

10.5. Assessment OF and FOR Learning

10.5.1. Rationale

10.6. Examples

11. Authenic

11.1. Definition

11.2. Purpose

11.3. Advantages

11.4. Disadvantages

11.5. Assessment OF Learning

11.5.1. Rationale

11.6. Examples