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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Summative Assessments

1.1. Assessments used to evaluate students learning and academic achievement at the end of the unit or lesson. These are taken as a grade.

1.2. Examples

1.2.1. STAAR Test TEK Check

1.2.2. Unit assessment Midterm/Final exams

2. Formative Assessments

2.1. Assessment during the learning process, teachers will use to guide and adjust instruction.

2.2. Examples

2.2.1. Free write in journals Thumbs up, Thumbs down

2.2.2. Kahoot Pinchcards

3. How are they helpful

3.1. A way of documentation

3.2. Allows the teacher to adjust instruction if necessary

3.3. Gives the educators data of students' achievement and growth

3.4. Allows students to check for their own understanding

4. How Students can Assess

4.1. Purpose: Students can use assessment as a reflective process where they can monitor their own learning.

4.2. Ways Students can Assess

4.2.1. Portofolios Journaling Turn n Talk

4.2.2. Group Projects Independent Projects

5. How to create

5.1. Start with the end in mind, create unit assessment to know what to lesson plan

5.2. Should be meaningful and purposeful

6. TAP Indicators Used

6.1. Thinking: What types of thinking will the students need to do for the assessment?

6.2. Presenting Instructional Content: How did you present the content being taught? Is it sequenced from basic to complex, does it build off prior knowledge?

6.3. Academic Feedback: Listen to what students are telling you, do they have questions, are they hooked on misconceptions. Be purposeful for the feedback you give students for their questions, comments, concerns.

6.4. Questioning: Different levels of questions that are used in an assessment

6.4.1. Blooms Taxonomy

7. Different Formats of Assessment

7.1. Portfolios

7.2. Long answer

7.3. Whole group response

7.4. Oral Response

7.5. Essay Response

7.6. Multiple Choice

7.7. Short answer