Assessment Mack Stegman

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Assessment Mack Stegman by Mind Map: Assessment Mack Stegman

1. Formative

1.1. Student benefits: Little to no penalty. Its usually not a grade, so students have the opportunity to see what they've missed and fix it.

1.2. Teacher benefits: Allows the teacher to see what the students still need help on, and what they need to reteach. It also shows the teacher who still needs help on certain areas.

1.3. This will help with instruction by helping the teacher know what they need to re teach and what the students are struggling on

1.4. Examples: Warm-ups

2. Summative

2.1. Student benefits: students will be able to test their knowledge and see how well they did on the unit they just did.

2.2. Teacher benefits: this shows the teacher who knows what Their students knew and didn't know about the unit. This also shows the teacher how THEY did on teaching the unit

2.3. This is what the teacher must be able to teach their students and what their students should know about that certain subject.

2.4. Examples: projects, multiple choice tests, essays, video assignments, theatre performance, band concert, choir concert, competition

3. Interum

3.1. Student benefits: helps students realize where they are in the unit without failing a test. Usually a small penalty (minor grades)

3.2. Teacher benefits: this shows the teacher what the students need to work on before the Summative assessment.

3.3. This should be a basic check for understanding on the lesson taught or the part of the lesson that was taught that day/ week.

3.4. Examples: quiz, homework, class work, group work, class discussion

4. diagnostic

4.1. Student benefits: This gives the student an idea of what they're about to learn.

4.2. Teacher benefits: This gives the teacher an idea on what the students already know about the topic and if they need to reteach the entire thing or just a review to refresh them.

4.3. This will help at the beginning of the lesson and help both student and teacher with what they will be talking about that day or week.

4.4. Examples: Pre-quiz, table talks, partner talk