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Performance (Authentic) Assessments. Review. Goes Beyond Testing. Students must show they've gained certain knowledge and skills Usually focused on the process used to arrive at the product or outcome as well as the product or outcome itself

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goes beyond testing
Goes Beyond Testing

Students must show they've gained certain knowledge and skills

Usually focused on the process used to arrive at the product or outcome as well as the product or outcome itself

Provides a more complete picture of student achievement

three components
Three Components

Task: designed to assess students knowledge in a new situation

Format: how you want the assessment to be completed

Rubric: predetermined written criteria

performance assessment examples
Performance Assessment Examples

Create a game.

Write an article for the school newspaper or local newspaper.

Write a research paper.

Propose and support a way to solve a problem.

Design a museum exhibit.

Rewrite an ending to your favorite story or to a story that's been read in class.

Create a classification system for a group of objects.

Identify a variety of solutions for a problem.

Write a review for a school or local play or concert.

Write the "other side of a story" from the villain's perspective.

examples continued
Examples Continued

Model building

Measurement taking

Oral reports

Written report

Lab report

Debates

Portfolios

Science notebook/journals

Student talk

Active listening

Concept maps

Open-ended questions

rubric
Rubric

Does it assess what you think it assesses?

Does it really reflect what the students were actually doing?

Is it fair and is it doable?

Do the students know about it ahead of time?

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/

resources
Resources

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/understand-assessment-strategies-HA010021574.aspx

http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/archive/Cl1/flag/extra/download/cat/perfass/perfass.pdf

http://jonathan.mueller.faculty.noctrl.edu/toolbox/index.htm