MTE/562 Graphic Organizer Week 1
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Robby Gilbert MTE/562 Graphic Organizer 11/27/17
Difference between Assessment and Evaluation - Both are great resources and tools that are used in Education to measure progress and mastery of educational content.
Types of Assessments - Two major assessments are Formative and Summative. Formative would include test and quizes. Summative would be year ending like final exams or state mandated test. Purpose of both types of test is to gage the progress of student knowledge about content area.
Formative Examples: Class Discussion Vacabulary Test Quizes Classroom Discussion Summative Examples: State Mandated Test End of Course Test Final Exam
Assessment Terminology: 1. Oral Assessment 2. Alternative Assessment 3. Formative Assessment 4. Performance Assessment 5. Summative Assessment
Oral Assessment - Students demonstrate in their own words mastery of content.
Performance Assessment - students preform and teachers evaluate the student work.
Summative Assessment - Teacher dictates the length of an assignment that the students need to learn and then gages their knowledge of the material.
Alternative Assessment - A method used to assess students performance by having students select written responses from a set of answers.
Formative Assessment - true gage of student engagement of material being taught to help teachers evaluate what is working and isn't working.
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