Holland s Theory and Informal Assessment

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1. Holland’s Theory and Informal Assessment

2. Performance Objective 1 Define informal assessment State its strengths and weaknesses

3. Comparison of Formal and Informal Assessment Informal Formal Developed without Developed with scientific rigor scientific rigor Has no known Has known reliability reliability & validity and validity Administered Administered in a informally standard specified way Interpreted in a non- Interpreted in a standard way standard way

4. Strengths of Informal Assessments

5. Weaknesses of Informal Assessments

6. Types of Informal Assessments Forced-choice activities Card sorts Checklists Structured interviews Simulations (games)

7. Performance Objective 2 Explain how to use a card sort as a way to assess skills

8. Checklist Choosing items from a list that indicate preferences or personal characteristics

9. Structured Interview A one-on-one conversation in which the facilitator’s part of the dialogue is pre-planned

10. Game A simulation designed to raise awareness of something in real life

11. Performance Objective 3 Explain how to use a group activity to assess interests

12. Six Holland Environments Realistic (R) Investigative (I) Artistic (A) Social (S) Enterprising (E) Conventional (C)

13. Holland’s Hexagon

14. Meaning of Consistency High consistency = more integrated interests, more available jobs Low consistency = more diverse interests, fewer available jobs

15. A Well-Differentiated Profile

16. A High, Flat Profile

17. A Low, Flat Profile

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