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    # and name of the Assessment? The chapter number is seventeen, and the name of the assessment is Personal Assessment of Communication Apprehension. 2. What was the purpose of the Assessment? The assessment purpose is to help identify personal anxiety levels about communicating with people in a variety of settings, so that I may be aware of potential areas of fear; which will help me be prepared to respond in more effective ways. 3. What was your score/result on the Assessment and What does it…

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    instruments to be utilized must be prioritized. Instrument that lacks reliability and the one that is very low in reliability are both worthless for all practical purposes (Royse, Thyler, & Padgett, 2014). However, selecting a valid and reliable assessment instruments would permit unbiased and trustworthiness collected results. Relying on the Martial Arts school, the conduction of the program evaluation must also regard its effectiveness; therefore a valid evaluative tool must be selected. The…

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    Informal Assessment

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    Assessment is an informative way to gather information about student learning and provide information for further teaching toward future assessment items. “Assessment can be interpreted as two major categories for conceptions of learning: learning as attaining objectives and learning as constructing knowledge.” (Clarke & Pittaway, 2014, p. 311) The three various assignments My Story, Your Story; Persuasive writing to raise public awareness; Area of Study The American Dream all fit into the…

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    to their posters? And where did they see it in the other groups posters? Did they think that themselves as systems would be able to interact and successfully trade? Or would their interaction end up without success? This was their final formative assessment for the lesson. I was able to gauge student learning and understanding by students answers and connections to the big idea and material (Snowman & McCown, 2013). Student were able to connect the content to the big…

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    Student Assessment

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    primary need to include assessments among their learning programs. Assessment provides a valuable source of information that illustrates learning in progress. A wide range of methods used in collaboration with children, families, and other professional support networks will gain a deeper insight of data. Curriculum frameworks and education government agencies highlight the importance of assessment as it provides high quality learning and teaching. Educators need assessment tools to report on…

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    Differentiated Assessment

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    Differentiated Assessment The Common Core State Standard being assessed for mastery is Kindergarten Language Arts. Universal Design for Learning and Differential Learning are complementary of Common Core State Standards. All students benefit by adding Universal Design for Learning and Differential Learning in conjunction to the Common Core State Standards. According to Puckett, K (2013) , “Instruction is varied, so students can take in information in different ways, use different approaches…

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    accommodations on assessments. I also worked with her to create informal assessments, using observations to gage where students’ learning is. Mrs. Ottlinger had 9 students on her IEP caseload, of these students, 5 were boys and 4 were girls. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, she had two periods where she engaged in one-on-one reading intervention with two male students, both students were diagnosed with an SLD. Mrs. Ottlinger was a great mentor, and was open with what interventions and assessments she…

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    Summative Assessment

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    In much of education today, summative assessment is the primary focus; certainly in Texas, where I have taught for the past twelve years, schools have applied much of their efforts to the TAAS, TAKS, and now STAAR. Given, however, that these tests occur on a single day once a year per assessment, the focus placed on them is quite out of proportion; once they are done, the opportunity for students to improve has passed. Instead, assessment that takes into account a variety of performances, that…

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    A functional behavior assessment is a systematic method of gathering and analyzing information about why an individual engages in specific behaviors which enables the identifying the potential functions, triggers, and abating influences (Mayer, Sulzer-Azaroff, & Wallace, 2014). In conducting a functional behavior assessment an attempt is made to identify which antecedents and consequences can be reliably associated with the occurrence of the behavior. Indirect assessment methods are utilized…

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    Although I had heard about career assessments, I never had the opportunity to take one myself. Therefore, I took great joy in experiencing these activities for the first time. Different career assessments such as the MYERS BRIGGS, True Colors, Values Game, Eureka as well as Strength Quest revealed unique qualities that I often times overlook in my persona. These different assessments contributed to a deeper understanding of my skills and personality. In what follows, I discuss my reactions to…

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