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Mind Map on Assessments, created by dinandmal on 07/22/2014.

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1 Feedback to student
1.1 Task Feedback
1.1.1 About the task and how well it has been achieved
1.2 Process Feedback
1.2.1 Process of learning or undertaking the task
1.3 Self-regulated-direct feedback
1.3.1 Developing students confidence to engage more deeply in the task and self-evaluation skills.
1.4 Self-feedback
1.4.1 Students themselves carry out the feedback
2 Interested parties
2.1 Students and Parents
2.2 Other teachers'
2.3 Psychologists and other professionals
2.4 School and the adminstrators
2.5 The Government & the community
3 Types
3.1 Qualitative
3.1.1 Assessing what students KNOW Formative - relates to the goal of improved learning. Assessment FOR learning Information can be gathered at the START of a new unit. Information can be gathered DURING teaching to ensure what is being taught corresponds with what is being learned.
3.2 Quantitative
3.2.1 Students' performance measured by marks or a position on a scale. Summative - relates to the summation of a students' learning at the end of the year - outcomes of the learning process - Assessment OF learning. Information can be in the form of NAPLAN, portfolios, exams, written work.
4 Reporting
4.1 To student
4.1.1 Should include 1-2 steps for improvements
4.2 To parent
4.2.1 Want to know what their kids can and can't do
4.2.2 Needs to be understandable & meaningful
4.2.3 Should describe the learning outcomes, explain, clarify and discuss the outcomes.
4.3 For Teacher
4.3.1 Feedback about their teaching
4.3.2 Use this information to guide decision for future teaching
4.3.3 Gives information about what students have learned and how effective their teaching has been.
4.3.4 Use to diagnose students strengths and weaknesses and plan for future programs.
5 Tools
5.1 Observarion
5.2 Anecdotal Records
5.3 Checklists
5.4 Student Work
5.5 Portfolios
5.6 Rating Scales
5.7 Testing
5.8 Conversation with the student about learning
5.9 Formal Assessment
5.9.1 Standardised Assessment. NAPLAN
5.9.2 Diagnostic Assessment. Designed to pinpoint exactly what the student knows, can do and identifies any gaps or misconceptions in their knowledge.
6 Approaches
6.1 Traditional
6.2 Dynamic
6.3 Authentic
6.4 Performance
7 Purpose
7.1 Find out what students know and understand.
7.2 Find out students' strengths & weaknesses
7.3 To find areas of improvement, interest
7.4 Improve on teaching & learning
7.5 Plan for future learning
7.6 To give feedback to students & parents
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