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    A.5. To understand the formative dimension of assessment as a regulatory tool in the teaching-learning process as well as a tool for encouraging students' effort. A.6. To differentiate between evaluation procedures (systematic observation, analysis of the students' productions...) and evaluation tools (checklists, rubrics, written work...) and to apply them in specific situations. DESCRIPTION After having analyzed all the information related to the evaluation process used by my tutor, and…

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    The Gallon and Porter Assessment Matrix is a very useful tool to self-evaluate ones abilities and skills as a counselor. Through careful consideration and reflection on the screening, assessment, and treatment planning questionnaire Jocabed found herself realizing the amount of information she had learned through the course and also the limitations or areas of growth. This essay will briefly discuss Jocabed’s Gallon and Porter Assessment Matrix score, her reactions to the score, strengths, areas…

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    Introduction Pre-assessments, diagnostic assessments, formative assessments, and summative assessments all have their own place in the classroom. They provide teachers with data that informs curriculums, instruction and ultimately additional assessment. The many assessments that teachers use to guide their practices are assessed using a variety of methods. When giving students a performance based assessment, the appropriate grading style is a rubric. Arter and McTighe (2001) suggest “the best…

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    I was given the chance to use the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment Clinical (DECA-C) with Tara Noel’s daycare provider to compare scores in that manners. Devereux Early Childhood Assessment Clinical (DECA-C) is typically used by early childhood mental health specialists. I am not concerned about Tara Noel’s mental health, but I was interested in comparing the DECA and DECA-C…

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    particularly issues which impact upon the child, as well as elements which act as strengths to help the child. However to reflect individualism where everyone has different needs, thoughts and experiences, separate assessments must be undertaken for each child. The framework for assessments is a holistic evidence-based approach showing a balance outlook of the child’s world by concentrating on three key areas namely; child’s developmental needs, such as whether the child’s self-care skills…

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    Entry #5 – Skills Profiler Report Not being able to finish all the assessments on the same day because of lack of time I decided to do the following next to assignments on the following day I had learning the frameworks again. On October the fourth in between classes I started the skills profiler report. The third test had a scrolling aspect which was different from the previous two test. The test was simple since the assessment wanted me to self-score myself on where I was from basic to…

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    305A A. A description of six assessment methods. Broadly speaking, there are two assessment methods i.e. formal and informal assessment. 1. Formal assessment measures the learner’s achievement. For example, case study, essay, report, examinations, tests and projects to name but a few. 2. Informal assessment helps to know the students’ progress and performance. For instance, discussions, peer and self assessment, quizzes, role plays, worksheets and practical activities to mention a few. a.…

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    main components of it is an assessment. It is the key to judge the quality of teaching and learning. The result from it must help us to make appropriate decisions to improve the teaching and learning process. This essay will discuss the effectiveness of assessment methods in primary schools in the U.K. through providing an overview of assessment, then compare some of assessment methods, after that it will consider the advantages and disadvantages of two kinds of assessment techniques,…

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    a. In your program what ethical principles guide your assessment? E.M.: Our program believes and strives to make ethical, appropriate, and reliable assessment. We want to assess young children by using assessment methods that are developmentally appropriate. Our primary focus is to observe young children in a manner that is realistic. b. What assessment instruments are used in your program? What is their intended purpose? E.M.: We use checklists, and observational procedures. Also our…

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    Domain 3D, Using Assessment in Instruction, gauges how the students are doing in the class. “Teachers gather what the student did not understand from evaluating “wrong” answers.” There are four components to Domain 3D: “assessment criteria, monitoring of student learning, feedback to students, and student self-assessment and monitoring of progress.” Assessment criteria refers to the way teachers create evaluations, and what types of examinations they create (refer to Domain 1F). Monitoring…

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