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  • Our Perspective on Assessment
  • TESTS
  • REPORTS
  • Assessment is integrative, builds on meaningful tasks, emphasizes both top-level competence and performing skills, is purposeful for all involved, emphasizes explanation, is scaffolded, and is guided by developmental standards.
  • Teacher-Based Strategies
  • TESTING AREA: NO SPEAKING
  • "The teachers role in standardized testing is often limited to management and reporting. To be sure, teachers do have important responsibilities for managing, interpreting, and applying standardized tests. " p.79 "Teachers must prepare students for these tests without letting the test become the curriculum." p.80
  • Assessment as an Inquiry
  • INTERPRETATIONS
  • PLAN OF ACTION
  • The Question
  • start
  • "Questions that outline a teacher-based assessment: What does the teacher need to know, week by week, and why? What about students? What feedback do they need, and when? What about parents? How can you connect then with their children's learning? What about other teachers? How can you operate as a team to set benchmark assessments? What about the principle? When and how can the principle become involved in assessment?" p. 80
  • Test-Based Strategies
  • Tests
  • Worksheets
  • RESULTS
  • The process [of inquiry] begins with a framing the question, which leads to designing a plan of action. Next comes collecting and analyzing data, followed by interpreting the findings. Finally, action is taken on the results- reporting and making decisions." p. 85
  • finish
  • DATA
  • So.. Much.. To.. Do...
  • Today's Adulting: Decision Making
  • Testing is embedded in core reading programs. These programs provide end-of-selection worksheets, end-of-unit tests, and various methods for formative appraisal of student progress. Also, in May, most school districts give a standardized test of reading achievement for summative assessment." p.109
  • papers... everywhere...
  • ...and more!
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