Assessments (HOW? (Exam (written, oral), Taxonomy Bloom (Taxonomy of…
Taxonomy of Bloom
Summarize (make mindmap)
Compare students against each other NRA
Critical reflection skills
psycho motor skills
ability to explain
Once a week
Once a month
During the learning process (formative assessment)-while performing :
After learning process (Summative assessment)-when a section is finished
before (big) changes
all my life!
co-created by teachers and students
by extern organisations
Assessment for measurement = summative evaluation
Some see this as a necessary evil - lots of complaints here from students, parents and teacher.
Important for external stakeholders to see what is happening within a school or school system
University entrance requirements need data to compare students from around the world.
What gets measured is often things that are measurable - NOT what is most important to measure.
A means to identify quality
Competition over collaboration
Be aware ! : Teaching to the test
to graduate/ enter university
Assessment to improve teaching/learning = formative evaluation
Helps to create individualised learning programmes where appropriate.
Allows the instructor to make informed assessment about strengths and weaknesses in the curriculum
To provide support for all stakeholders
To see how learning activities support learning outcomes
assessments used effectively can help guide instruction within a unit and from year to year.
to know one's self
to identify strengths and weaknesses of learner
to inform students/parents about progress
To report how students meet the learning criteria they had been set (CRA)
Are criteria clear to students ?
Assessment for learning
Usually shorter tasks with lower stakes.
Students are generally aware that this is practice
Exit quizzes and daily feedback
reflection and portfolio tasks
Useful for setting targets and student learning goals
Help to solidify knowledge?
"see how we are doing"
To demonstrate application of knowledge and skills
The future of assessment
How might more efficient data processing lead to more meaningful assessments?
Clear intended learning outcomes
Assessment addressing learning outcomes
Teachers, peers, students all involved in the assessment process
Awareness why we do assessment
Different types of assessments on different stages of learning used on purpose