Authentic Assessment

Candace Cooper
Mind Map by Candace Cooper, updated more than 1 year ago
Candace Cooper
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Authentic Assessment Mind Map

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Authentic Assessment
1 Traditional Assessment versus Authentic Assessment
1.1 Curriculum-driven
1.1.1 Teach to the Test
1.2 Assessment-driven
1.2.1 Teach to the Test
2 Traditional or Authentic? Or Both?
2.1 Knowledge versus Application
2.2 Teaching, Learning, and Assessment are Separate
2.3 Teaching, Learning, and Assessment are Integrated
3 How to Assess Authentically
3.1 Find the Standards
3.2 Create a Task
3.3 Identify the Criteria
3.4 Qualify the Critera
4 Assessment as a Process
4.1 Home Language Survey
4.1.1 Identifies potential EB/EL Students
4.2 Performance-based Assessment
4.2.1 Student Portfolios Display Authentic Student Work
4.3 Annual Yearly Progress
4.3.1 Often Measured by Standardized Tests Must Eliminate Inherent Cultural Bias
5 Authentic Assessment in Practice
5.1 Performance-Based Assessment
5.1.1 Sometimes Informal Assessment Relates the Process with the Product
5.2 Portfolio Assessment
5.2.1 Systematically Descriptive of Student Progress Assessment of Content Knowledge Assessment of Language Proficiency
6 Diversity in Authenticity
6.1 Allows for Variation in Demonstration
6.1.1 Supports Different Learning Styles
6.1.2 Must Implement Multiple Assessments
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