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The first step in measuring classroom learning is to decide on the type of test to use.
unsound
Classroom assessment should be based on objective data only.
unsound
The type of classroom assessment used should be determined by the performance to be measured
sound
Effective classroom assessment requires the use of a variety of assessment techniques.
sound
Assessment techniques should replace teacher observation and judgement.
unsound
Error of measurement must always be considered during the interpretation of assessment results.
sound
The main purpose of classroom assessment is to improve learning.
agree
The first step in both teaching and assessment is to determine the intended learning outcomes.
agree
Classroom assessments should not be given until the end of instruction.
disagree
Instructional objectives should aid in selecting the types of assessment instruments to use.
agree
Assessment results should be used primarily for assigning grades.
disagree
Classroom assessment always includes some form of testing.
disagree
An achievment test is used to certify student mastery.
Summative
Students are given a ten item test to determine learning progress.
formative
A teacher observes the process used as a student solves arithmetic problems.
diagnostic
Algebra students take an arithmetic test on the first day of class.
placement
Course grades are assigned.
Summative
An assessment is given at the beginning of a new unit.
placement
Eric obtained the highest score on the reading test.
norm referenced
Carlos can identify all of the parts of a sentence.
criterion referenced
Connie can type 60 words per minute.
criterion referenced
John earned and average score on an arithmetic test.
norm referenced
Tonia defined only 20% of the science terms.
criterion referenced
Maria set up her laboratory equipment faster than anyone else.
norm referenced
A test useing national norms for interpretation.
standardized
A test used to measure many skills with just a few itens for each skill.
survey
A test that all students are expected to complete.
power
A test on which different scorers obtained the same results.
objective
A test requiring students to describe how to set up laboratory equipment.
verbal