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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ASSESSMEN T VS EVALUATION EVALUATION: Making decisions based on the results of assessment ASSESSMENT: The process of gathering information ASSESSMEN TTERMINOLOG Y TYPES OF ASSESSMENT S Diagnostic:Test that identifies a student's strengths and weaknesses Formative: An assessment used during the course of instruction to provide feedback to the teacher and learner about the learner's progress toward desired educational outcomes; the results of formative assessments are often used in planning subsequent instruction. Summative: Outcome-based use of assessments, often for decisions such as grading, program evaluation, tracking, or accountability Norm Referenced: Scores interpreted with respect to other examinees; some must score high, some low. Benchmarked: Evaluates student performance at periodic intervals, usually at the end of a grading period. Can predict student performance on end-of-year summative tests. Accountability: Responsibility for educational outcomes;these outcomes are often measured through standardized testing. Achievement Tests: A test that measures how well a student has reached the objectives of a specific course or program Discrete Tests: Test focused on specific language skills Face-Validity: Non-technical term that refers to how fair, reasonable and authentic people perceive a test to be Indirect Testing: A method of testing that measures abilities related to the construct being tested, rather than the construct itself. Parallel Forms: Two or more tests with different questions that measure the same underlying skill and whose difficulty levels have been determined be equivalent; scores from parallel versions of a test can be compared with one another. Test Development: Process of creating a test; steps of test development1. State the goals of the test.2. Write test specifications.3. Write and revise items.4. Try items with native speakers and accept/reject items.5. Pilot with non-native speakers with similar backgrounds as the intended test-takers.6. Analyze the trials and make necessary revisions.7. Calibrate scales.8. Validate.9. Write test administrator handbook, test materials.10. Train staff as appropriate. Sources:1. Criterion-Referenced: Scores interpreted with respect to standards or a theory of language; everyone can get a high score. Sources1. Center for Applied Linguistics. 2009. Retrieved January 18th, 2015.2. Lepi, Katie. The 6 Types Of Assessments (And How Theyre Changing). Edudemic:Connecting Education and Technology. July 22, 2013. Retrieved January 18th, 2015. ASSESSMENTS GRAPHIC ORGANIZERTiffany BernatowiczMTE 562: Assessment and EvaluationPeggy Herndon1/19/2015
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