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The four purposes of assessment

Peter Liljedahl

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Traditional Assessment Practices

agriculture - early educational research

psychometrics – IQ testing

fear – of parents (and administrators)

ranking – sorting students from best to worst

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Purpose 1

The purpose of assessment is

NOT

to rank students!

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DISCUSS

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ACTIVITY

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What qualities do students need in order to be successful at this (or a similar) activity?

List all of them!

Circle the THREE that you see as most valuable!

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Most VALUABLE qualities

persistence / perseverance

thinking

group work / collaboration

interest /

curiosity

risk taking

working to completion

establishing certainty for themselves

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Purpose 2

EVALUATE

that which is

VALUABLE

!

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DISCUSS

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BREAK

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Navigation - metaphor

Navigation requires knowledge of:

where you are!

where you are going!

What are the implications on teaching and learning?

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Purpose 3

The PRIMARY purpose of assessment is

communication

for

navigation

!

Purpose 4

Reporting out

on student progress!

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Purpose 4

Reporting out

on student progress!

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Communication for Navigation

Two example:

performance rubrics

feedback – the story of Linda

Many more examples:

homework

journals

retests

review / test prep

etc.

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Performance Rubrics

strands

discrete performance categories

descriptive language

BE CAREFUL!

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Evolution of a Rubric

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Evolution of a Rubric

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Evolution of a Rubric

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Evolution of a Rubric

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Working to Completion

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Communicating Certainty

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TRY IT

create one

self-assess

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Using Rubrics

surprising results

self assessment

peer assessment

exemplars

clothes line

assessment AS learning

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Feedback – the story of Linda

read it

discuss it

answer any question(s)

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DISCUSS

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LUNCH

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ACTIVITY

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Purpose 4

Reporting out

on student progress!

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Scenario

It is the end of

Term 1

and a student who received a B on their report card comes to see you. His question for you is –

what content did I fail to master?

His question is motivated by the fact that he wants to make sure he knows it for the year end exam. So, you look in YOUR markbook. Based on what is in YOUR markbook, what can you tell him?

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Markbooks & Reporting Out

Two paradigms:

collecting points

collecting data

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Collecting Points

HW#1

HW#2

Quiz#1

HW #3

Quiz#2

Test

Out of

10

10

20

10

20

40

Andrew

6

8

12

4

16

30

Brian

10

10

19

10

18

35

Charlie

9

8

20

0

19

38

Deanna

0

0

5

0

10

22

Elaine

6

9

15

6

12

28

Francis

0

10

20

10

20

38

Grant

9

8

17

8

15

40

Hugh

5

4

4

4

5

15

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Collecting Data – one example

Andrew

HW#1

IA#2

Quiz#1

HW #3

Quiz#2

Test

LO #1

ws

LO

#2

ws

LO

#3

ws

LO #4

-

LO

#5

-

-

-

PG #1

-

3

-

-

-

-

PG #2

-

-

-

1

-

3

PG #3

-

-

2

-

-

-

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DISCUSS

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Webinars

November 23 – rubrics and feedback

December 14 – gathering data

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PLAN

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www.peterliljedahl.com

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