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    There are many different effective assessment methods that teachers utilize to meet the needs of every student in the classroom. This week’s Learning Resources emphasized the importance of different type of assessments, interventions, and the inquiry stance. As educators, we must understand that students possess different learning styles; therefore, we must provide different type of assessments to help them meet their needs and be successful in the classroom. Personally, I have achieved success…

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    Learners take online or written assessments and the results ascertain their levels they are currently working on, furthermore specific diagnostic test homes in on the gaps in their skills. This method is effective and can give providers and tutors a general scale of ability, however one can argue that the results can also be misleading , for example if a learner has rushed or guessed part the assessment then the results would not be true reflection of the learners ability. BKSB is one of these…

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    issues concerning instruction, assessment and classification of ELL students for educators, administrators and school psychologists. It is also imperative to note that English language proficiency assessments play a vital role in the life of an ELL…

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    and know the federal and state requirements for assessments. I, as an educator, will have understanding of them and have them somewhere in my room so I can look back on them. I learned that it is easier for you to assess a child by having a relationship with them and knowing them through conversation, as well as knowing and assessing their grade level of their development. It is important to make a plan when assessing a child and what type of assessment to do on a child that is most efficient.…

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    According to Standard 5.1 candidates will be able to conduct needs assessments to determine school-wide, faculty, grade-level, and subject area strengths and weaknesses to inform the content and delivery of technology-based professional learning programs. In the ITEC 7460 Professional Learning and Technology Innovation course, I was able to demonstrate this by completing an Individual Teacher Technology Assessment using Knight’s Partnership Approach. Using a Loti Questionnaire, an Innovation…

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    Case Study EDU 438 Literacy Assessment, Diagnosis, and Instruction Kaila Huizinga Introduction The purpose of this case study was to fulfill the requirements of EDU 438. This project was designed to help me make observations on one particular student and make instructional decisions as time went on. During this case study I tutored one child, assessing her reading strengths and weaknesses. I provided materials and lesson plans that helped build on her strengths and help her with her weaknesses.…

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    I haven’t had the chance to use the new assessments tools to see what my opinion of them as of yet. Most test touch on the 5 developmental domains recognized by IDEA while others many only touch on one main domain such as behavior or emotional development, other factors might be the child’s age and many other factors as in environmental, and biological status. Environmental factors are a very big part of the assessment process, is there a cultural difference, as well as can you…

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    Introduction Assessment is the one of tool used by teachers as an act of gathering information and basics of the lesson to done to understand the learner’s progress and needs for improvements. The core duties of teacher in the classroom are to plan, prepare and to evaluate learners progress performed both inside and outside the formal school day. Assessment occurs following a lesson’s topic or a theme to give opportunities to show what learners know and what they can do. Teachers can assess in…

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    input (Myers, 2015, p. 3). There is also another types of portfolio assessment that is utilized in early childhood education classrooms known as the three-folio system. This type of assessment has three different portfolios that represent ongoing work, current work and permanently kept work (Beaty, 2014). As our society becomes more and more technology-oriented, it important to discuss the use of electronic-portfolios as an assessment method. It is similar to the traditional portfolio, but…

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    What is the role of assessment in higher education? Introduction: It may have been commonly recognized that the assessment plays a central role in higher education. Over time, the mainly gatekeeping function of assessment, which is viewed as an approach to social selection has now gradually developed. High-achieving graduates might have an entry into prestigious schools or rewarding jobs, whereas low-performing graduates may probably lose competitiveness. As indicated by Messick(1991),the other…

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