Assessment of Learning
by Regine Freeman
Strategies # 1: CLARIFYING, UNDERSTANDING, AND SHARING LEARNING INTENTIONS.
Helps teachers who wanted to under the materials when giving to their students on regular base.
Strategies # 2: ENGINEERING EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM DISCUSSIONS, TASKS AND ACTIVITIES THAT ELICIT EVIDENCE OF LEARNING.
Classroom is good way for the teacher to find way to get the students on task or having discussion around the green carpet.
Strategies # 3: PROVIDING FEEDBACK THAT MOVES LEARNERS FORWARD
Teacher would let the students have feedback when they are writing a paper. Also, it help the teacher to see is the student if focusing in the classroom. I think that feedback is good way for colleagues to see what they have to fix if their feedback is not on a positive note.
Strategies # 4: ACTIVATING STUDENTS AS LEARNING RESOURCES FOR ONE ANOTHER.
Students would ask their classmate where did they get the information. All students will tell there classmates that they found the information the computer or using books that way the students know what kind of learning resources. Like using the textbook.
Strategies # 5: ACTIVATING STUDENTS AS OWNERS OF THEIR OWN LEARNING.
Students who wanted to learn different steps when it becomes to finding their own work. I think that teachers wanted to see if the students know what they know on their own without no help. Teachers can assist their students by ask them questions. Teachers also can make sure the student understand their own work.
Formative Assessment & Summative Assessment
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT means that teachers use pop-quizzes, test, and exams. I think that formative assessment means to me when the teacher give out work to the students. Preparing the students to pass the test, exam, pop-quizzes, and final exam. William & Leahy stated, “ is a way to give information back and to see what kind of improves that the student are having every year when they are in class” (William & Leahy, 2007).
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT means when a teacher gives out writing paper for test, doing project paper. Garrison & Ehringhaus stated, “This tool that can help teachers to see how well their students did on the assessment together. Make a plan to see what they can do better (Garrison & Ehringhaus, 2007). When I was in college I would have to do a big project by writing paper for a class and put it in binder. I think that the teachers are trying to see what you have learned and what you have know throughout the school year.
Summary & Reference
I think that we as a teacher try to have classroom more comfortable with for students, have strategies on the posters that teacher would put in their classroom using context clues in the classroom, have a poster for awards that the teacher can give to the student if they behavior or pass their test. I think that teachers use these strategies because it helps the teachers to find ways to help our students to find the right answers when they are taking their assessment. A classroom is place for our students to learn different subject like Math, Science, Reading, English and Social Studies. For some ideas that teachers use for students is make sure have notes card, pop-quizzes, discussion groups, and playing jeopardy so they can remember what would be on the assessment.
Newman, R. (2013). Teaching and learning in the 21st century: Connecting the dots . San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.