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Effective assessment class day 2

Effective Assessment CLASS, Day 2

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Expected outcomes

  • Identify and apply the various types of assessment and their purposes.

  • Identify how Summative Assessment practices differ from Formative Assessment practices and implement these practices in their classrooms.

  • Identify how the Formative Assessment process should be implemented.

Expected Outcomes

Participants Can and Do

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Expected outcomes1

  • Identify and apply how the use of assessment data ensures that students receive targeted interventions in Response to Intervention (RtI).

  • Identify how assessments fit with implementation of the Common Core State Standards, including Authentic Assessment.

Expected Outcomes

Participants Can and Do

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Assessment sorting activity

Assessment Sorting Activity

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Effective Assessment

Context for Instruction

Text Complexity

Icebreaker

Outcomes

Research

Content

Technology

Grade Level Ex’s

Assignments/NS

becoming more knowledgeable about the use of data from different types of assessments, in order to provide individualized instruction, and increase student achievement.

CCSS

Formative Assessment Process

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Types of Assessments

RtI

Authentic Assessment

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  • 1. What are the various types of Assessment AND theirpurposes?

  • 2. How are Summative Assessment practices different from Formative Assessment practices?

    3. How is the Formative Assessment process implemented in classrooms?

    4. How does the use of assessment data ensure students receive targeted interventions in RtI?

    5. How does assessment fit with the implementation of Common Core State Standards?

Understanding

Application

Analysis

Evaluation

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Effective assessment class day 2

“Marking [grading] is usually conscientious but often fails to offer guidance on how work can be improved. In a significant minority of cases, marking [grading] reinforces under-achievement and under-expectation by being too generous or unfocused. Information about pupil performance received by the teacher is insufficiently used to inform subsequent work.”

General Report on Secondary Schools, 1996-

OFSTED

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What is the gap between current assessment practice and ideal assessment practice

What is the gap between current assessment practice and ideal assessment practice?

Formative Assessment Versus

Summative Assessment

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Formative assessment

Formative Assessment

Summative Assessment

  • Formative assessments describe ongoing classroom-based evaluations for improving student learning and informing instruction.

  • Activities may involve time spent inside or outside of the classroom such as teacher-made tests, curriculum-embedded tests, oral questioning, and other cognitive performance assessments.

  • Summative assessments are aimed

    at a final evaluation of a student’s mastery or understanding of information, skills, concepts, or processes.

  • Some examples may include state assessments, end-of-unit or chapter tests, end-of-term or semester tests, scores that are used for school accountability (AYP), and student reports.

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Turn and talk

Turn and Talk…

How do you know when a student gets it?

What are you going to do when they don’t?

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Emily s story

Emily’s Story

“A Vision of the perfect Assessment System…”

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Organizational Model For Maximizing Student Achievement

Data Driven Leadership

Behavior, Discipline, Climate

Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

CORE CURRICULUM

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P

R

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T

Academic Instruction & Intervention

Behavioral Instruction & Intervention

Parent and Community Outreach

Professional Development, Mentoring

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Response to intervention

Response to Intervention

Tier 1Tier 2Tier 3

Core ClassroomSupplementaryIntensive

InterventionInterventionIntervention

ALL StudentsApprox. 20-30%Approx. 5-10%

INCREASING: Time & Intensity & Data Collection & Expertise

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Professional parallel

Professional Parallel

TIER 1

TIER 2

Annual Treatment, REGULAR

Physician,

Screening Data

TIER 3

Strategic, Supplemental Care, SPECIALIST working with regular physician

Intensive Care,

TEAM of doctors, nurses,

technicians, Monitoring Data

INCREASING Time & Intensity & Data Collection & Expertise

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“Assessment without the capability and will to respond to the information it generates, is essentially a waste of time.”

Joseph Torgeson, Ph.D.

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Rti and assessment

RtI and Assessment

  • Screening

  • Diagnostic

  • Monitoring

  • Evaluation

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Benchmark/Screening Assessments

Which of our students might possibly need some extra assistance in order to be successful academically?

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Benchmark screening assessments

Benchmark/Screening Assessments

  • Evaluating the instructional needs of ALL students on a regular basis, looking for students who may need some additional help.

  • Ensuring that no student, “Falls between the cracks”- unwilling to write-off or ignore any student.

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Benchmark screening assessments1

Benchmark/Screening Assessments

Examples: QPS (Quick Phonics Screener),

TOWRE (Test of Word Reading Efficiency),

Maze Assessment, DRA (Developmental

Reading Assessment), Flynt-Cooter, DIBELS

(Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy

Skills)

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Diagnostic assessments

Diagnostic Assessments

What are this student’s academic strengths and instructional needs?

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Diagnostic assessments1

Diagnostic Assessments

  • Set of individually administered diagnostic assessments.

  • Not the same as assessments used by special educators, used to diagnose a disability.

  • Assists in designing instruction that builds on what the student already knows and immediately addresses any gaps.

  • Helps to provide specific information to plan effectively differentiated and appropriately focused instruction.

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Diagnostic assessments2

Diagnostic Assessments

Examples: DAR (Diagnostic Assessment of

Reading), Gates MacGinite, QRI

(Qualitative Reading Inventory), QPS,

GRADE, SDRT (Stanford Diagnostic Reading

Test), WRMT (Woodcock Reading Mastery

Test)

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Progress monitoring assessments

Progress Monitoring Assessments

Is learning happening?

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Progress Monitoring Assessments

  • Implemented periodically throughout the year to measure instructional effectiveness

  • This is NOT simply watching a student move through a curriculum and appear to understand the content.

  • Waiting until the end of a school year or even a semester is too long a wait for information that determines what the student is actually learning.

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Progress monitoring assessment

Progress Monitoring Assessment

  • Examples: Quizzes, chapter or unit tests, daily

  • observation of students’ performance on

  • assignments and daily work. May include

  • more frequent assessments, setting

  • performance goals, and graphing progress.

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Outcome evaluation assessments

Outcome/Evaluation Assessments

Did our students make progress toward meeting the standards?

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Outcome evaluation assessments1

Outcome/Evaluation Assessments

  • Results from these assessments are used for making decisions regarding school accountability and are available to parents and community members.

  • Often seen as more valuable to administrators and the public than they are at the classroom level.

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Effective assessment class day 2

Outcome/Evaluation Assessments

Examples: High-stakes assessments

designed by individual states, starting

in the elementary years and on into

high school (ACTAPP, Benchmark

assessments, EOC, ITBS, ACT and SAT.)

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Effective assessment class day 2

NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

2

3

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

1

8

UNIT SCHEDULE

UNIT MAP

is about...

5

6

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

RELATIONSHIPS

UNIT

7

CLASS

Effective Assessment

Context for Instruction

Text Complexity

Icebreaker

Outcomes

Research

Content

Technology

Grade Level Ex’s

Assignments/NS

becoming more knowledgeable about the use of data from different types of assessments, in order to provide individualized instruction, and increase student achievement.

CCSS

Formative Assessment Process

1.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Types of Assessments

RtI

Authentic Assessment

1.

2.

3.

4.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

4.

  • 1. What are the various types of Assessment AND theirpurposes?

  • 2. How are Summative Assessment practices different from Formative Assessment practices?

    3. How is the Formative Assessment process implemented in classrooms?

    4. How does the use of assessment data ensure students receive targeted interventions in RtI?

    5. How does assessment fit with the implementation of Common Core State Standards?

Understanding

Application

Analysis

Evaluation

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Let s revisit

Let’s Revisit…

How do you know when a student gets it?

What are you going to do when they don’t?

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“The student who is aware of how he or she learns is better able to set goals, develop a variety of learning strategies, and control and evaluate his or her own learning process. Alternatively, summative assessments, which evaluate student performance at the conclusion of the instructional period, have little or no influence on student learning.”

Assessment For Learning, Stiggins

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Summative assessment activity

Summative Assessment Activity

“Communication about student achievement often relies on grades and report cards. Do our grades accurately reflect student learning?”

Assessment For Learning, Stiggins

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Formative assessment1

Formative Assessment

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Three guiding questions in the formative assessment process

Three Guiding Questions in the Formative Assessment process-

  • Where am I going?

  • Where am I now?

  • What strategy or strategies can help me get to where I need to go?

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Research

Research…

“There is a firm body of evidence that formative assessment is an essential component of classroom work and that its development can raise standards of achievement. We know of no other way of raising standards for which such a strong prima facie case can be made.”

Inside the Black Box: Raising Standards Through Classroom Assessment, William & Black

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“When teachers join forces with their students in the formative assessment process, their partnership generates powerful learning outcomes. Teachers become more effective, students become actively engaged, and they both become intentional learners.”

Advancing Formative Assessment, Moss & Brookhart

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Six Elements of the

Formative Assessment Process

  • Shared learning targets and criteria for success

  • Feedback that feeds forward

  • Student goal setting

  • Student self-assessment

  • Strategic teacher questioning

  • Student engagement in asking effective questions

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How does formative assessment affect student learning and achievement

How does Formative Assessment Affect Student Learning and Achievement?

Student Learning

Teacher Quality

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1 are my students motivated 2 are my students engaged 3 are my students self regulated learners

1. Are my students motivated? 2. Are my students engaged? 3. Are my students self-regulated learners?

Self-RegulatedLearners

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Authentic assessment

Authentic Assessment

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Instruction what is best practice

Instruction…What is BEST Practice?

  • Performance Assessment

  • Short Investigations

  • Open-Response Questions

  • Portfolios

  • Self-Assessment

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Common core standards

Common Core Standards

Through-Course 2

End-

Of-Year

START OF SCHOOL YEAR

Assessment System Design: Distributed Summative Assessment

END

OF

SCHOOL YEAR

25%

50%

75%

90%

Through-Course 3

Through-Course 1

Through-Course 4

  • Through-Course 3 and Through-Course 4 (ELA only):

    • ELA-3: Performance tasks that require evaluating information from within a set of digital resources, evaluating their quality, selecting sources, and composing an essay or research paper.

    • ELA-4 (speaking and listening): Students will present their work from ELA-3 to classmates and respond to questions. Teachers will score, using a standardized rubric, and can use results in determining students’ class grades.

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NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

2

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CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

1

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UNIT SCHEDULE

UNIT MAP

is about...

5

6

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

RELATIONSHIPS

UNIT

7

CLASS

Effective Assessment

Context for Instruction

Text Complexity

Icebreaker

Outcomes

Research

Content

Technology

Grade Level Ex’s

Assignments/NS

becoming more knowledgeable about the use of data from different types of assessments, in order to provide individualized instruction, and increase student achievement.

CCSS

Formative Assessment Process

1.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Types of Assessments

RtI

Authentic Assessment

1. Screener (FA)

2. Diagnostic (FA)

3. Progress Monitoring (FA)

4. Evaluation (SA)

1. Tier 1- Core Instruction

2.Tier 2- Supplementary Intervention

3.Tier 3- Intensive Intervention

1.

2.

3.

4.

  • 1. What are the various types of Assessment AND theirpurposes?

  • 2. How are Summative Assessment practices different from Formative Assessment practices?

    3. How is the Formative Assessment process implemented in classrooms?

    4. How does the use of assessment data ensure students receive targeted interventions in RtI?

    5. How does assessment fit with the implementation of Common Core State Standards?

Understanding

Application

Analysis

Evaluation

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Reflection

Reflection…

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Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing

“Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.”

- Theodore Roosevelt

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