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Assessment 101 Part One. Teacher. You Do Make a Difference . One year study with “most effective teacher” and the “least effective” teacher (~Kati Haycock) Most effective teacher produces an achievement gain of 52 percentile points

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You do make a difference
You Do Make a Difference

  • One year study with “most effective teacher” and the “least effective” teacher (~Kati Haycock)

  • Most effective teacher produces an achievement gain of 52 percentile points

  • Least effective teacher produces a gain of only 14 percentile points

  • Difference of 38 percentile points

  • Students gain about 6 percentile points in academic achievement simply from growing one year older and new knowledge/skills gained from daily life


First things first
First Things First

When we talk about assessment what are we actually assessing?


Something old
Something Old…

Two Types of Assessment

  • Formative

  • Summative

    “When the cook tastes the soup, that’s formative; when the guests taste the soup, that’s summative.”

    ~Robert Stake


Something new on formative
Something New…on Formative?

“All those activities undertaken by teachers and/or by students which provide information to be used as feedback to modify the teaching and learning activities in which they engage.”

~Black and Wiliam


Something new on formative1
Something New….on Formative

  • Should begin immediately within a learning episode and span its entire duration; frequency is key

  • Exist in different formats

  • Allow students to reflect on their own mastery of the standards

  • Allow students to evaluate their own progress of the standards

  • All/most/any do not have to be graded


Something new on summative
Something New…on Summative?

“The purpose of summative assessment is to ‘sum up’ or describe what has been learned over time.”

~Doris Redfield, Ed Roeber,

and Rick Stiggins


Something new on summative1
Something New….on Summative

  • Usually occur at the end of the learning episode (independent lesson, whole unit, end of semester, or standardized assessments)

  • Exist in fewer formats

  • Not a tool for student reflection (too late)

  • Allow teachers, etc. to evaluate the students’ mastery of the standards

  • Most often expressed as a grade or score


Formative vs summative
Formative vs. Summative

Use the cards and stickers on your table to complete the below activity…

  • Create 3 categories for the assessment types.

  • Summative

  • Formative

  • Not sure

  • Categorize each item into one of these categories.


What do you think
What Do You Think?

How has today’s session challenged your thinking on assessment? Write your thoughts down on a post-it note at your table.



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