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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Formative

1.1. Definition: This type of assessment is intended to keep track of progress and development. It gives data on the progression or development in learning a new standard before it is measured to see if it has been mastered.

1.1.1. quizzes

1.1.2. exit tickets with multiple questions

2. Interim/ Benchmark

2.1. Definition: This type of assessment is intended to give teachers immediate feedback on how students are doing when it comes to meeting academic standards.

2.1.1. beginning of the year benchmark

2.1.2. end of the year benchmark

3. Summative

3.1. Definition: This type of assessment is intended to keep track of progress from the formative assessments. It gives data on whether a standard has been mastered.

3.1.1. unit tests

3.1.2. standardized tests

4. Performance

4.1. Definition: This type of assessment is intended to have students perform a task rather than answer a series of questions.

4.1.1. group projects

4.1.2. written assessments

5. Diagnostic

5.1. Definition: This type of assessment is intended to see what a child can do before being placed in a learning program.

5.1.1. KWL chart

5.1.2. running records

6. Higher Order Thinking Questions

6.1. Opening Questions

6.1.1. Can you list 3 main characters from the story?

6.1.2. Who was the protagonist?

6.1.3. Who was the antagonist?

6.2. Guided Questions

6.2.1. What is the main idea?

6.2.2. Can you explain what is happening in Chapter 5?

6.2.3. How would you compare and contrast the differences in the character in Chapter 1 and Chapter 5?

6.3. Closing Questions

6.3.1. What choice would you have made?

6.3.2. Can you propose an alternative to the ending of the story?

6.3.3. Can you predict the outcome if the story ended like...?

7. Assessments are useful to teachers and students.

7.1. TEACHERS: Teachers use assessment to keep track of student progress so that they can adjust instruction based on student needs. Teachers also use assessment to see how well they have been teaching their students and how well their students have mastered what they have taught. Keeping track of assessment data plays a huge role in a teacher's day-to-day plans and routines.

7.2. STUDENTS: Students use data to keep track of their own progress, to create portfolios, and to show how well they have mastered a standard in a content area. Their performance on assessments allows their teachers to see where they still need improvement and where they are fine.

8. Assessment Data

8.1. This data is based on the last unit test taken by these students: Student 1: 53 Student 2: 46 Student 3: 62 Strategies that have been implemented are more small group time so that we can gather more data from formative assessments like exit tickets to check progress. Students are also doing KWL charts collaboratively with the teacher so she can figure out where to start with intervention with them.