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    SURVEYS AND ASSESSMENTS Career, personality, educational interest, and professional assessment surveys are widely used tools to help individuals determine options that fit their personality. The student that seeks to balance their passion with their potential to earn, the jobseeker that is unhappy in their current role, and wants a better professional match. Regardless of why an assessment is taken, participants are able to use these assessments as a way to learn more about themselves.…

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    Assessment Report: MAST and the Mental Status Examination A counselor that is meeting with a client should consider the use of assessments. Assessments can be an extremely useful tool. However, the counselor should consider the client’s cultural background and how if the assessment is appropriate to use. During an aspiring counselor’s journey in fieldwork, one may have to use assessments that could benefit the client. An aspiring counselor may use an assessment to assist him or her with…

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    Standard Setting in Assessment Standard Setting is the methodology used to define the level of knowledge and skills needed for someone to be classified as above a standard and to set cut scores corresponding to that level. A cut-score is the score on the test or assessment that is chosen to select or classify test taker with respect to the performance standard. It is the score that is claimed to distinguish between those who have satisfied the performance standard and those who have not.…

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    Exams should be outlawed in favor of another form of assessment, such as demonstration, class activities, and projects because hands on assessments give a better explanation to students and improves motivation, helps learners improve their performances, and also focuses on students’ strengths and learning. Other forms of assessment such as demonstration, class activities, and projects help students learn better. These three forms of assessment help students learn and remember more information…

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    Throughout the course of the counseling relationship between the counselor and client, counselors will continuously use assessments in order to provide effective counseling to their client. Counselor uses assessments for a variety of reasons, such as to properly diagnose, measure the degree the problem or issue is affecting the client and to monitor any and all progress the client has made. It is important for the practicing counselor to continually monitor their client during the counseling…

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    purpose of the study that "District-Level Administrators' Perspectives on the Implementation of Functional Behavior Assessment in Schools" was to examine the procedure of FBA applies across and within school areas, from the viewpoint of the district level personnel. The issues of the research was addressed the perspectives of administrators on the applying the Functional Behavior Assessment in schools. Likewise, certain behaviors that most likely be addressed by FBA, the type and usefulness of…

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    on this goal and particular objective by having the students work together to discuss positive habits alongside their negative counterparts, and distinguish how the positive habits are healthy and the negative habits are unhealthy. Through this assessment, students will use and be exposed to verbal, visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning. A score of 21 out of 28 on the rubric equates to a score of 75%, which is an acceptable measure of student…

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    Math Pre Assessment Test

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    [Prior to teaching the three lesson segment, I had my students take a pre-assessment test that focused on addition and drawing images that represent numbers partners to find the total. I chose this assessment because I wanted to see evidence of what my students already know about addition, what they can do, and how I should modify my instruction based on my students’ needs. The test consisted of four addition problems, two problems with drawing that the students were expected to count and add…

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    what assessments I would choose for this assignment I first thought about selecting a variety of assessment forms. I wanted to choose both formative and summative assessments but found this more difficult than I had originally thought. Selecting summative assessments seemed easy but choosing a formative assessment was much more difficult. As I began to think more about a formative assessment that I would include, I found several models that would work. My next task was selecting assessments that…

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    Assessment has been used as a tool for assessing learning in our schools for many years. It is an approach that has been used as a means of reporting students’ progress to parents. It must be noted that only certain things can be professionally assessed in schools. The expectation of many people regarding school assessment is an examination that tests a student’s ability to recall information(P. Barnes, Wright, & Brandom, 2008). The ability to recall information in this situation does not always…

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