Have you ever thought of assessments as learning tools to benefit students?
Or have you looked for a guide to create rubrics for hands-on assessments?
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As you read each guiding question, simply add your test task or question to match the content assessed.
These assessment questions will help you, students, and parents to enjoy a learning journey, and ensure their growth - all through tests!
Teens tend to give up when assessment merely show what they did wrong.
This set of reflective questions, and sample learning tasks help you to build effective assessments that make sense to more students, parents and administrators.
Offer teens choices based on materials in this product
– and they’ll tackle their text with new interest and convert connections into new ideas. Assess well and students come away with curiosity and interest to proceed in any topic!
Use these materials to create tests that benefit all; to design professional development roundtables that rejuvenate tests; to launch a discussion with colleagues about how tests can enhance learning in all topics; and to engage students in tests that earn them more successful results.
Learners grow confident
, when they gain experience in taking and learning from tests. These materials are proven to work well – in my popular Pearson Publication assessment text located at http://www.pearsonhighered.com/educator/product/Student-Assessment-That-Works-A-Practical-Approach/9780205282715.page
These materials align tests to your best lessons
– and they demonstrate how to achieve higher formative as well as summative outcomes.
Faculty who teach to the test, will also ensure that tests remain connected to lessons, and align with teaching approaches
using these questions and prompts.
In this kit, you will find
A checklist of questions
to ask as a test guide.
about test benefits, reports, and results
about format, setting, and link to lessons
about locations, and scores filed
about diagnostic, formative, summative
about test satisfaction and follow-up
about rubrics, and relation to lessons
Multiple Intelligence Tasks
you can use in all topics
Hopefully these brain based assessment materials will help your students make meaningful connections as they do mine at middle school, secondary and university levels.
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All the best as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!