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SIUC Instructor Workshop. Introduction to Assessment and Evaluation. OBJECTIVES. DEFINE Task Analysis REVIEW the meaning and types of Objectives DISCUSS the types of Criterion Assessments DEFINE the meaning and significance of student and instructor Evaluations

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siuc instructor workshop

SIUC Instructor Workshop

Introduction to

Assessment and Evaluation

objectives

OBJECTIVES

DEFINE Task Analysis

REVIEW the meaning and types of Objectives

DISCUSS the types of Criterion Assessments

DEFINE the meaning and significance of student and instructor Evaluations

Understand the various types of Measurement

DISCUSS assessment in The Instructional Process

DISCUSS the additional benefits of learning assessments

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What Is A Task Analysis?

  • A procedure conducted to identify the steps performed and the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to complete a task.
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What Are Objectives?

  • They define the behavior, standards and conditions that the trainee will perform upon completion of the training.
types of criterion assessments
Types Of Criterion Assessments
  • Performance/Skill Assessments (e.g., process checklist, product review)
  • Knowledge Assessments (e.g., paper/pencil tests)
  • Attitude Assessments (e.g., questionnaires, surveys)
what is an evaluation
What Is An Evaluation?
  • A judgment about the quality or worth of an educational program, worker performance/proficiency, or student attainments.
roles of evaluation
Roles Of Evaluation
  • Formative Evaluations
    • Used to monitor the instructional process
    • Conducted during the instructional process
    • Provides feedback concerning student progress and areas needing improvement
roles of evaluation continued
Roles Of Evaluation (continued)
  • Summative Evaluations
    • Used to establish level and quality of learning
    • Conducted at the completion of the instructional process
    • Provides feedback concerning levels of student performance compared with other students.
what is measurement
What Is Measurement?
  • The process of assigning numbers to individuals or their characteristics.
types of measurement
Types Of Measurement
  • Inventories (Has No Correct Answer)
    • Attitude Inventories (e.g., post-training reaction questionnaires)
    • Interest Inventories (e.g., strong-campbell interest inventory)
    • Preference Inventories (e.g., Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
types of measurement continued
Types Of Measurement (continued)
  • Tests (Has A Correct Answer)
    • Achievement Tests (e.g., mid-term exam)
    • Intelligence Tests (e.g., Stanford-Binet)
    • Aptitude Tests (e.g., ASVAB)
what is an achievement assessment
What Is An Achievement Assessment?
  • A broad category that includes all of the various methods for determining the extent to which students are achieving the intended learning outcomes of instruction.
assessment in the instructional process
Assessment In The Instructional Process
  • Beginning of Instruction

(Placement Assessment)

    • Purpose:
      • To determine if students have the prerequisite skills
      • To determine if students have already achieved intended outcomes
assessment in the instructional process continued
Assessment In The Instructional Process (continued)
  • During Instruction

(Formative and Diagnostic Assessment)

    • Purpose:
      • To determine which learning tasks the students are progressing satisfactorily (Formative Assessment)
      • To determine which students need remedial work in particular material (Diagnostic Assessment)
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Assessment In The Instructional Process (continued)
  • End of Instruction
    • Summative Assessment
      • Purpose:
        • To determine which students have mastered material and should move on to next course
        • To determine what grade should be assigned to each student
ways assessment can aid learning
Ways Assessment Can Aid Learning
  • Increase student motivation
  • Increase retention and transfer of learning
  • Provides student self-assessment
  • Provides feedback concerning needed changes to curriculum
summary
Summary
  • Task Analysis
  • Objectives
  • Types of Criterion
  • Evaluation
  • Measurements
  • Assessments