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Title: StandardsBased Assessment and Instruction Doug Reeves Center for Performance Assessment


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Standards-Based Assessment and InstructionDoug
ReevesCenter for Performance Assessment

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Assessment is Teaching
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The scoring guideis the key!
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4 Level Scoring Guide


  • Proficient - Contains ALL
    necessary evidence and demonstration of learning
    in relation to the standards

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4 Level Scoring Guide
  • Exemplary
  • Proficient
  • Progressing
  • Not Meeting

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4 Level Scoring Guide
  • Exemplary - Proficient, plus further analysis,
    synthesis or evaluation
  • Proficient - Contains ALL necessary evidence and
    demonstration of learning in relation to the
    standards
  • Progressing - Need to revise. General
    understanding, but does not contain all the
    elements of Proficient
  • Not meeting - Little or no understanding of the
    task. Intensive intervention, coaching,
    additional time

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Characteristics of a Scoring Guide
  • student language
  • positively stated
  • specificity is critical

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Specific Language is Critical
  • Student and parent know exactly what is expected
  • Essential for fair and consistent evaluation
  • Words to avoid
  • some, little, several, most
  • effective
  • clearly
  • thorough

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Key concepts in the use of scoring guides
  • Students receive the scoring guide before they
    do the work.
  • Students see examples of work for each level.
  • Scoring guide may be provided to parents.
  • Students may generate scoring guides.
  • Students use to self and peer assess.

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Developing a Scoring Guide
  • start with proficient
  • task by task checklist of criteria, rather than
    holistic description
  • proficient used as meets standards checklist
  • provide samples for each level
  • 80 consensus

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Vital Concept
  • In a standards-based instruction system, students
    receive feedback and have the opportunity to
    revise their work until it is proficient.

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The scoring guideis the key
to student success!
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