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    Assessment is an essential part of teaching and learning. Assessment informs me how I teach, and how I should design or change the curriculum to meet with the students’ needs to support their learning. Assessment is also useful for me to provide the students meaningful feedbacks on their learning progress so that they know where they are and what they should do to develop their learning. Assessment can be formative and summative (Griffin, 2014). In my previous placement, I had the opportunities…

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    Assessment For Learning (AFL) is an interactive, self regulating and self monitoring assessment process that enhances students evaluative knowledge and learning opportunities. Learning is aimed at reducing a gap of confusion, where as assessment is the process of gathering information without a gap. Absolum (2006) says, learner engagement is vital to AFL, as it enables students to ask questions to regulate their learning such as ‘what do I need to do to improve?. Dixon, Hawe and Parr (2011)…

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    The self-assessment test is a good first step in understanding what your strengths and weaknesses are. (Bethel University, 2014) This tool is a good way of helping you discover what you are good at and what you may need to work on. I also believe that this is a good tool to help you identify things that your interested in that could lead to a career. While this tool is helpful, I also feel that it can be over-analyzed. I believe this test is to be used a tool along with many other tools to help…

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    skills they have. This assessment will also be used to gauge whether a student is where they need to be, above where they need to be, or below where they need to be. As a teacher, this will help know which students will need extra help and which students may need more challenging work. SLO is one assessment I will be using in my classroom. It is an assessment that I will be required to use at the beginning the year and at the end of the year. SLO is a measurable assessment used to see students…

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    In my kindergarten classroom, we use a variety of diagnostic assessments. Diagnostics assessments are used to help us determine areas that need clarification, and help us plan future lessons. At the beginning of the year the students were assessed to determine their prior knowledge on math and reading content. Using these results we were given information on our students prior knowledge, which helps us plan instruction that is appropriate for our students. We are currently assessing students…

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    components of teaching learning process is assessment. Assessment is necessary to gauge the competence and proficiency the learner has acquired during the learning process. Assessment / evaluation is an ongoing process and since it is a continuous process it should not be used as mere method or an annual summary for accountability purpose in fact it shouldprovide meaningful link and feedback to both teachers and students. There has been a wide chasm between assessment and learning because it has…

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    2.5. How and why assessments are used. Ongoing data is collected across all key learning areas (KLA’s) to inform teachers and to allow teacher to make judgements. Assessments are graded/marked by teachers making judgement (Marsh, 2010). Data collected from assessments is also used to inform practice and to assist in the planning of future lessons and report to parents during interviews and on report cards. Assessments and reporting are key components of the curriculum planning process…

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    Explore assessment in clinical practice. What is available? Why is it important? Focus on general aspects rather than focusing on one or two specific diagnoses. Assessment in clinical practice is a crucial first step towards making a diagnosis. A mental health professional is able to use a variety of assessment tools to carry out a complete psychological assessment and provide an enhanced picture of the patient (Kring et al., 2014). This essay will explore two assessment measures used in…

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    Performance-based assessment is an assessment which ask students to demonstrate that they have mastered a specific skills or subject. For example, designing experiment, writing essay, work in group to accomplish a specific task, demonstrate proficiency in a technique or topic, use maps, write short stories or poems, be skillful in playing on music instruments…. Performance assessment measure skills and abilities to integrate knowledge and develop plan. The educational benefit of performance…

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    Answer 1 Risk assessments is a process where you distinguish risks. Investigate or assess the risk connected with that danger. Decide fitting approaches to dispose of or control the risk. In layman terms, a risk assessment is an in-depth look at your work environment to recognize those things, circumstances, forms, and so forth that may cause any particular harm, especially to individuals. After recognizable proof is made, you assess how likely and serious the risk is, and after that choose…

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