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Title: Evaluating Student Achievement


1
Evaluating Student Achievement
  • How do you measure if your students are learning?

2
Question for you
  • On a clean sheet of paper.
  • Write down how measure student learning.

3
Sound Familiar
  • I taught them, but the average grade was a 34 .
    These students need to study harder.
  • "I don't need to understand this, I just need to
    know an equation so I can pass the test."

4
Agenda
  • Become familiar with the differences between
    formative and summative evaluation.

5
Formative and Summative Assessment
  • Formative Assessment is intertwined with your
    teaching, it happens all the time.
  • Summative Assessment happens at the end of your
    class and measures the students level of learning
    at that specific moment in time.

6
Instruction and Evaluation
  • Summative
  • instruct instruct instruct instruct
  • instruct instruct instruct evaluate
  • Formative and Summative
  • instruct evaluate instruct evaluate
  • instruct evaluate instruct evaluate
  • Instruction and evaluation happen at the same
    time.

7
Your Evaluation Has to Match Your Objectives
What do your students need to learn?
Evaluation Make judgments
Synthesis Creates meaning
Analysis Break it down
Application Use a concept
Comprehension Understand meaning
Knowledge Recall or recite
8
Formative Assessment
  • Formative Assessment lets the student know how
    well they are grasping the material
  • Formative Assessment lets YOU identify the gaps
    between what is being taught and what is being
    learned.

9
Examples of Formative Assessment
  • Just ask
  • One minute paper
  • Toughest point
  • One sentence summary
  • Application cards
  • Mind Map
  • Stop/Start/Continue

10
Examples of Summative Assessment
  • Here a few summative evaluation techniques other
    than test
  • Test
  • Portfolios
  • Product-Based
  • Performance-Based
  • Journals Learning Logs
  • Quiz and Test

11
Advantages for the student
  • Allows for a broad range of demonstration of
    knowledge
  • Allows for legitimate self assessment.
  • Individual strengths and abilities are
    recognized.
  • Goals (objectives) are clearly stated in the
    beginning of a unit of study.

12
Advantages for the Teacher
  • Learning goals (objectives) are shared with
    students before material is introduced. Students
    know exactly what you want them to learn.
  • Tests all 6 levels of Blooms Taxonomy.
  • Gives a clearer and broader picture of each
    students abilities, strengths and knowledge.

13
Questions
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