Published on December 30, 2016
1. Methods of Assessment Presenter :- Ashwini Utkhade Rohini Khaparde
2. What is Assessment • “Assessment is integral to teaching learning process • facilitating students learning and improving instruction • can take variety of forms. Shift from teaching to learning
3. Assessment Types • Formative - for performance enhancement • quizzes, tests, essays, lab reports, presentations, research work, peer assessment, PBL’s. • Summative - for performance assessment • Informal - active questioning during and at end of class • Alternative – open book test, essays, book reviews, portfolio • Traditional Tests
4. • The identification of learning goals of learners by the teacher. • Increase in conversations between teachers & students . • The provision of effective, timely feedback . • The active involvement of students • Response to identified learning needs through different teaching approach(es). Key Elements of Formative Assessment
5. Summative Assessment • Assessment of learning • At the end of a unit or semester. • the most traditional way of evaluation • Considered as reliable, valid, and free of bias
6. While framing rubrics 1) Clear guidelines and expectations 2) Hold students accountable for the work 3) Let the students know on which areas they need to concentrate 4) See and appreciate improvement
7. While framing rubrics • Be consistent • Base them around skills • Use clear language • Leave room for creativity • Parody ( ON Concepts of Number system) • Role play
8. Efficiency in packing (PBL)
9. Factors Inhibiting Assessment • A tendency for teachers to assess quantity and presentation of work rather than quality of learning. • Grading is more important rather than providing advice for improvement. comparison of students demoralizes the less successful learners.
10. Factors which should Inhibit Assessment • Providing students by giving variety of opportunities • Students should be well informed to assess themselves. • Providing parameters of rubrics to them before assessment • Parameters should assess learning objectives.
11. To make assessment successful • Share learning goals with students. • Involve students in self-assessment. • Provide feedback that helps students recognize their next steps and how to take them. • Be confident that every student can improve.