4 edition of Meaningful assessment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 284-286) and index.
|Statement||David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Roger T., 1938-|
|LC Classifications||LB3051 .J568 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||2001277706|
Facts is your complete guide to Foundations of Meaningful Educational Assessment. In this book, you will learn topics such as The Social Foundations of Assessment, Assessment: The Link Between Standards and Learning;, Selected-Response Assessments, and . Meaningful and Manageable Program Assessment | In this book, the authors provide readers with a straightforward approach to doing assessment in a way that is meaningful, manageable, and sustainable over time. Including a straightforward overview of assessment concepts and principles and practical, easy-to-follow instructions for multiple assessment tools and key steps in the assessment .
GRASPS: A Model for Meaningful Assessment. Do you want to make assessment more meaningful in your teaching practice? Less rote? More engaging? More impactful on students’ current and future lives? In their book, Understanding by Design, education scholars, Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe, advocate for a different approach to assessment. Stimulate your students with these 10 creative self assessment ideas As a teacher, you have to give constructive feedback all the time. And if you’re really giving so much meaningful feedback, then, that’s terrific!
The primary audiences for this chapter are classroom teachers and teacher educators. The chapter offers a guiding framework to use when considering everyday assessments and then discusses the roles and responsibilities of teachers and students in improving assessment. In this book you’ll find tips to make formative assessment meaningful, sustainable, and scalable. "This book is an ideal read for educators looking to grow more agile in their use of data to individualize and personalize instruction." Dr. Robert Dillon, Director of Innovative Learning.
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Puckett & Black Meaningful Assessments of Young Children, 3e. Based on the premise that curriculum, assessment, and teaching are inextricably intertwined, this text is designed to help prospective teachers of young children conduct informal and formal assessments and develop an assessment system that draws information from various assessment sources/5(4).
Meaningful Assessment: A Manageable and Cooperative Process contends that the more skillfully instruction and assessment are interwoven in cooperative learning groups, the more students will learn and the more successful/5(3).
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Meeting Physical Education Standards Through Meaningful Assessment: Research-Based Strategies for Secondary Teachers will help you simplify this task. With practical, easy-to-implement strategies, this resource guides both experienced and novice secondary physical education teachers in assessing students to ensure they learn what is essential for leading vigorous, healthy, and active Meaningful assessment book as s: 3.
This books is by far the best of the group. It has great background info on how our traditional system of grading came to be and research-based reasons for why it needs to change.
It has has great practical ideas for how to implement standards-based grading into the classroom/5(27). Description. For a course on Assessment in kindergarten and the primary grades. Based on the premise that curriculum, assessment, and Meaningful assessment book are inextricably intertwined, this text is designed to help prospective teachers of young children conduct informal and formal assessments and develop an assessment system that draws information from various assessment sources.
By doing so Format: On-line Supplement. This month’s Teacher’s orner focuses on making and designing meaningful assessments to use in the English language classroom. We will begin the month by examining what makes a meaningful assessment and then offer a series of assessment ideas that you can use and adapt to fit the needs of you and your students.
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When I started teaching we assessed in KS3 by getting pupils to produce a piece of extended writing at the end of the topic and assessed that against national curriculum level descriptors. This created a whole host of problems. The level descriptors were never.
Meaningful Assessment and Documentation: How Directors Can Support Teaching and Learning Through observation and assessment, you collect data that provide evidence of what is working or not working in your program and in the classroom.
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Project ideas, articles, best practices, and assessment strategies from educators at the forefront of making and experiential education. “Meaningful Alignment addresses both sides of the equation.
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I think meaningful assessments can come in many shapes and sizes. However, to be thoroughly engaging and to draw the best work out of the students, assessments should be aligned with real-world skills. When I think about my own definition of a “Meaningful Assessment,” I think the test must meet certain requirements.
Rethinking Grading: Meaningful Assessment for Standards-Based Learning is a stripped-down introduction to standard-based grading no padding, no esoterica, taking the reader from the whys and wherefores of the system to how to bring your school on board to how to obtain buy-in from students, Standard-based grading is one of the buzzwords permeating education these days; however, unlike /5.
Foundations of Meaningful Assessment is designed to provide a readable "how-to" approach to assessment and measurement within a classroom context. It presents assessment as a multi-dimensional, active process focused on student learning and instructional improvement and as a process that requires deliberate attention to those things that teachers are expected to do/5.
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These books and manuscripts provide excellent ideas and practical strategies, embedded in real life examples, for encouraging faculty, staff, parents, students, and community partners to.
The book is a result of an investigation of community colleges by a community college researcher/practitioner with the focus of understanding student learning assessment at a fundamental level—identifying the institutional characteristics that are critical for a meaningful and sustainable learning assessment process.
There is no better time than now to bring together the powerful learning forces of technology integration and formative assessment.
This is showcased beautifully through the writing of Monica Burns in a way that is meaningful, sustainable, and scalable for teachers and leaders. We still believe crowdsourcing is a wonderful way to bring truly open access content to teachers.
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Including a straightforward overview of assessment concepts and principles and practical, easy-to-follow instructions for multiple assessment tools and key steps in the assessment.