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    The Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales second edition This short paper has the aim of reviewing the Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales second edition (RIAS-2). The first edition of this instrument was introduced about 12 years ago, (Beaujean & McGlaughlin, 2014). The new version of the RIAS will be ready for use from mid-2016, (Reynolds & Kamphaus, n.d). The RIAS-2 is an individual administered psychometric instrument designed to evaluate cognitive ability: general intelligence (g),…

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    Summaive Assessment Essay

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    There are four types of assessment in Pennsylvania. Summative assessment is done at the end of as specific period to judge on the overall progress in educating the students. Formative assessment is conducted during the instruction time to facilitate the adjustment of the ongoing teaching progress. Diagnosis assessment is done prior to teaching to ascertain the strengths and weaknesses of the students. By learning the knowledge…

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    Linking Formative Assessment to the Principles of Assessment in WA Schools Introduction Assessment is the process of gathering and interpreting evidence to make informed judgments about students learning. It is the crucial link between learning outcomes, content, teaching and learning activities. Assessment allows teachers to determine what stage students are in at their learning, where they need to go, and the best way in which to get there. Assessment can be both a formative and summative…

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    Level 3 Behavioral Change Assessment Tool Reasoning (Level 3) Instructional design students are expected to take the role of team leader as the need arises. Behaviors such as team communication, planning ahead, patience and responsibility must be cultivated to handle this responsibility. Assessing if the student has achieved these behaviors is essential and is accomplished through level 3 assessments. It tests the gap between knowing what must be done, and actually employing the training…

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    Formative Assessment Paper

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    In the United States, formative, and summative assessments play a large role in the education of today’s students. Summative tests are typically the biggest assessments of the year for students, teachers, and the district. In order to find out more information in regards to formative, and summative assessments, I interviewed Colette Alonge-Watz, a high school chemistry teacher. Colette has been teaching chemistry for 21 years in various schools, and for the past six years has been at Millbrook…

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    What Classroom-based assessment meant by what I understood, was that it is different assessments that the teachers use in the classroom all the time. I believe the difference she has said was like the more teacher use assessment, the less “hit or miss” decisions will be. What is meant by stance of persistent curiosity is the attitude of being curious, learning new things every day, think of wonder, observe, curious and being interested. The difference is that formative assessment is for teaching…

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    to help the students understand better, especially the ones who were having difficulty understanding the lesson or book they were reading that day. This classroom focused more on informal assessments. The teachers asked teacher-directed questions before she started to do something. One informal assessment that was used in the classroom, I was observing was having the children working in small groups with the teachers. When I was there the one teacher was working on the alphabet with three…

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    Effective Assessment

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    help me Group 4. are the students who did well on a recent quiz and can teach classmates who may have struggled on the quiz. Using thi type of formative assessment students will work with different groups and with different combination. With this type of formative assessment students can be affected as teachers with their peers. Formative assessments are used to see how students are doing on a daily basics. The teachers can make adjustments as a teacher so students can know all the material.…

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    Self Assessment Process

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    learning: To do self-assessment, a student is required to employ higher order of thinking skills. Self-assessment would not only provide feedback but also direction for future learning. 2) Raised level of awareness:The feedback would help students learn students about their abilities, the progress they are making and how effectively they are using their skills. 3) Improved goal orientation:The process of self-assessment would generate greater interest in the process of self-assessment. 4)…

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    But we cannot talk of education and schools without talking about assessments. Assessments are the means in which teachers determine if students have learned the intended objective. They are used for grade level placement, specific skill identification and even program and teacher evaluation. Formative Assessment Assessments cover a wide range of activities in the classroom including formative assessments. A formative assessment is an informal way to look at in progress indicators of student…

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