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…
Lesson Summary -
• For this prompt, I observed a sixth grade class during an ELA lesson about revising essays.
• The teacher implied that the objective for the lesson was for students to be able to revise their essays through the use of a rubric.
o Her instruction was well aligned with the objectives. She used various examples and worked on a sample paper in front of the class so students could understand what was expected of them.
o The assessment was also well…
1. I would use Morgan Brady’s Textbook Connection in my classroom, which is a name activity. This identifies the origin of each student’s name, then children color the origin on the map and children discuss the culture of their names. I enjoy this activity because students are engaged and they learn each student has their own culture.
2. I would use Serena Browns Textbook Connection in my classroom, which is creating a student portfolio. I chose this connection because it is a long term record…
THESIS STATEMENT: Is it clear, sharp and concise? Does it outline the paper’s structure? Does it take a clear stance? Briefly discuss its strengths and weaknesses, and score it out of 10.
The thesis statement is not clear, sharp or concise. Remember, your thesis statement is the last sentence of your first paragraph. Your thesis statement needs to include your main points of your argumentative essay. Also, it needs to include your stance. If you add these things, it will improve your thesis…
Activity One: Students isolate beginning or end sounds in student names. Inform students that you are going to say a name and only enunciate the initial phoneme. Have students guess the name being said. Repeat as desired and also use for ending sounds. Can also be done with objects. Lay objects out on the table and have students guess the name of the item you are saying the name of after giving the phoneme.
Activity Two: Have students sit in a circle. Prepare a bucket with picture cards…
1. At the end of the lesson, elicit from the students the stages/activities of the lesson and write
them on the board.
2. Ask students to copy down the stages and award 0-3 points for how useful they thought each
stage was (0 = not useful, 3 = very useful) and then ask them to award 0-3 points for how
enjoyable they thought each stage was (0 = not enjoyable, 3 = very enjoyable).
3. Ask students to write a comment for each stage and give some examples e.g.
• I want to do more of this
Validation: The validation was performed for fallowing method for these analytical parameters System suitability, Accuracy, Precision, Linearity, LOQ, LOD, Robustness.
The closeness of agreement between the value, which are accepted either as a conventional true value or an accepted reference value and the value found. Accuracy is represented and determined by recovery studies.
The precision of an analytical procedure expresses the closeness of agreement between…
The CBM that I will be conducting will be the hiding assessment. This assessment will show “Children who are able to subtract with ease and efficiency know the parts of number and see the relationship between composition and decomposition of numbers and addition and subtraction.” Kathy Richardson, Assessing Math Concepts: Hiding Assessment. Didax Publishing, page 26.
The probe will first be probing for the student’s ability to see part-whole number relationships. For each of the…
PERSONAL LEARNING PLAN
Assessment Type 1 (Folio): TASK 1b
Ethical Understanding Capability
Critical Analysis – Moral Dilemmas
Provide a detailed answer for each question below. You are required to include a reference list as part of your work.
1. How would you define a moral dilemma?
A moral dilemma is a conflict in which you have to choose between two or more actions and have moral reasons for choosing each action . Each outcome has a bad a
Reference, example I think this is a great…
client already partakes in regular physical activity. She is hoping to lose body fat and work on her agility and endurance. Her current exercise routine includes strength training 4-5 days per week, along with 30 min of cardio 3-4 days per week.
On her general & medical questionnaire, I learned that she leads a fairly active lifestyle. Currently, she is a full time student and a homemaker. Her daily activities include: cleaning, cooking, and homework. In her…