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Reintroducing Assessment Formative and Summative Style

Reintroducing Assessment Formative and Summative Style. HES 536 – CMU Week 2 Michelle Hiscock, Instructor.

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Reintroducing Assessment Formative and Summative Style

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  1. Reintroducing AssessmentFormative and Summative Style HES 536 – CMU Week 2 Michelle Hiscock, Instructor

  2. Please go through Power Point and read information presented here and on article link presented here. When finished with presentation there is an assignment to follow in the Assignment tab.

  3. Essential Question • What are the key differences between formative and summative assessment?

  4. Learning Targets • I can place various types of assessments in categories within a comprehensive assessment system. • I can identify and participate in the steps of the formative assessment process.

  5. The Soup Analogy When a cook tastes the soup, that’s formative: when the guests taste the soup that is summative. -Bob Stake

  6. Article Protocol • The Best Value in Formative Assessment

  7. Formative and Summative • Formative and summative assessments are interconnected. They provide different levels of information on student leaning at different points on time. • Genuine formative assessment is not graded, but is supported through interactive and timely feedback, giving students the opportunity to respond. • Formative Assessment has the greatest impact on learning and achievement as supported by extensive research. • Adapted from Ministry of Education

  8. Assessment FOR learning: How can we use assessment to help students learn more? (Formative) Assessment OF learning: How much have students learned at a particular point in time? (Summative) The Difference

  9. Formative Assessment Includes: • Clarifying and sharing learning intentions (learning targets) and criteria for success prior to instruction. • Engineering effective classroom discussions, questions, and learning tasks. • Providing feedback the moves learners forward. • Activating students as the owners of their own learning. • Activating students as instructional resources for one another.

  10. Formative Assessment • Formative assessment is a process used by teachers and students during instruction that provides feedback to adjust ongoing teaching and learning to improve students’ achievement of intended outcomes.

  11. Planning the Formative Assessment Process • Before beginning a lesson, unit, or course: • What are the standards students need to know? • What curricular tools will be used (i.e. textbooks, online resources, manipulatives)? • What summative assessments will be used to judge student learning at the end? • What formative assessment strategies will be used to see where students are – during the lesson, unit, or course? • What formative strategies will be used to help students learn?

  12. Formative Assessment Step 1:What are the standards students need to know?Take standards and break them down into student friendly language. From the standards one would make learning targets for each unit.

  13. Formative AssignmentGo to Assignment tab on Black Board to complete assignment! You will be practicing formative assessment by giving feedback on the first step of the process: What are the standards students need to know?The state health standards have been written in student friendly language and need your feedback.

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