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  1. Define the term measurement.
    • Collecting information about how much a student has learned
    • assignment of numbers to certain attributes of people according to a rule governed system.
    • ie. measure how well can spell by spelling test, score essay using rubric
  2. Define the term evaluatio
    • Making judgements about the value or worth of a measure
    • Attatching meaning to test scores
    • ie. student got 100% evaulation is that students understands the material
  3. Why should we assess student learning?
    • summative assesment-monitor overall progress
    • formative assessment-monitor progress and plan diff instruction if needed
    • diagnosis-identify cause of problem
    • effects on learning-influence motivation, more tests better grades
  4. summative assesment
    problems with/
    • provide summary of how well student jas performed over time.
    • present wilth all concepts you want them to know and test them
    • ie. cummulative exam

    problem- if failed too late to go back and re-teach everything
  5. formative assessment
    • teaching ad constantly checking if student understands material.
    • purpose to monitor progress and plan remedial instruction
    • ie. quiz or test, homework
  6. diagnosis
    • determine strenghts and weaknesses
    • constantly asking questions to see if understand
    • If having problems determine why
  7. Effects of learning
    motivate further learning

    • more tests, better grades but will hit peak and grades lower.
    • give moderate number of tests and will do well on final.
  8. ways to measure learning
    • written test- if objective is to increse knowledge
    • performance test- objective is to know how to do something
  9. types of written tests
    • selected responce- multiple choice, T/F
    • short answer
    • essay
  10. selected response
    advantages and disadvantages
    • reliable scoring
    • cover lots of material

    memorize do not learn material
  11. short answer
    advantages and disadvantages
    • esay to write
    • students recall not memorize

    memorize answers verbatum
  12. essay
    advantages and disadvantages
    measures ability to analyze and organize

    time consuming and hard to grade concistently
  13. types of performance tests
    • direct writing assessment
    • portfolios
    • exhibitions
    • demonstrations
  14. challenges of using performance tests
    • more time consuming
    • parents don't always understand how graded
    • reliability and validity not established
  15. Norm-reference grading
    strenghts and weaknesses
    comparing student's performance to anothers

    • doesn't tell us if students mastered goals
    • creates competitive situations
    • ie grade on curve
  16. criterion refrenced
    • tells if learned information presented to them.
    • either met criteria or not
    • motivation goes up because all can get an A
  17. 2 ways to evaluate
    • norm-reference
    • criterion reference
  18. mastery appropach
    • mastery- if failed given more instructions and ability to try again
    • ie make up tests

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