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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Assessment & Evaluation Evaluation - Demonstrate what students know and able to do - An interactive and ongoing process- Focused on learning, teaching outcome - Not graded Both - Use measure- Require criteria- Need to integrated in to curriculum- Provide teachers students data to improve - Are evidence-driven - Judgmental- Offer the growth, for teachers, learners and the program- Focus on grade Type of Assessment * Planning and Adjusting Instruction (Formative assessment) Gathering information about students so the teacher can make planning decision or adjust the plan. * Diagnosis Diagnosis individual student's weakness and strength to select remedy strategies.* Expertise (Summative assessment) End of unit/period of time tests or final performance and products are typical methods to report student's expertise. * Selection & Comparison Comparing individual student's performance to other students' performance.Only when making selection decision, this is an appropriate decision. Reference Davidson Institution. (n.d.). A Glossary term use on educational assessment. Retrieved from is the difference between assessment and evaluation (n.d.). retrieved from * Accountability: responsibility of educational outcomes.* Alternative Assessment: Instead of "choosing" a response, student "creating" a response.* Authentic Assessment: evaluate students' work and performance.* Formal: .a process of gathering systematically information about learning progress* Informal: a process of gathering incidental information about learning progress* Measurement: a process of assigning a number to some product or performance. AssessmentTerminology Assessment
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