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Performance-based student assessment

Performance-based student assessment

challenges and possibilities

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Published by NSSE, Distributed by the University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Competency based education,
  • Performance contracts in education,
  • Education -- Ability testing,
  • Ability grouping in education

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Joan Boykoff Baron and Dennie Palmer Wolf.
    SeriesYearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education,, 95th, pt. 1
    ContributionsBaron, Joan Boykoff., Wolf, Dennie., National Society for the Study of Education.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB5 .N25 95th, pt., 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 318 p. :
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL820177M
    LC Control Number95071783
    OCLC/WorldCa34632459


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Joan Herman, associate director of the Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (and coauthor of ASCD's book A Practical Guide to Alternative Assessment), illustrates the need for clear criteria with a common example.

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world” situations. Performance-based learning and assessment represent a set of strategies for the acquisition and application of knowledge, skills and work habits through the performance of tasks that are meaningful and engaging to students.

—Educators in Connecticut’s Pomperaug Regional School District 15 (in Hibbard et al., ) P. These discussions of performance-based student assessment provide a record of a decade-long exploration of unsettled issues in assessment. The first section provides the elements of a basic rationale for performance-based assessment, while the second section contains accounts of efforts to develop new performance-based systems in one city and four by:   In their handbook for course-based review and assessment, Martha L.

Stassen et al. define assessment as “the systematic collection and analysis of information to improve student learning.” (Stassen et al.,pg. 5) This definition captures the essential task of student assessment in the teaching and learning : Rhett Mcdaniel.

Assessment. Advancing Formative Assessment in Every Classroom: A Guide for Instructional Leaders () by Connie M. Moss and Susan M. Brookhart; Advancing Formative Assessment in Every Classroom: A Guide for Instructional Leaders, 2nd Edition () by Connie M.

Moss and Susan M. Brookhart; Assessing Student Outcomes: Performance Assessment Using the Dimensions of. Student Performance Assessment, which measures students' mastery of a skill, became popular in schools during the late 20th century.

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were developed based on the AIR Sensitivity and Bias Guidelines used for Utah’s assessment system. In Assessing Student Performance, Grant P. Wiggins explores these questions and clarifies the limits of testing in an assessment system.

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Ready to use and easy to implement, Alternative Assessment offers performance-based projects for students to demonstrate their understanding of contemporary and classic literature titles. Students can write a ballad, define a dialect, draw a map, and more.

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Recognize appropriate targets for performance assessment. Differentiate among the appropriate use of checklists, holistic scales, and ranking scales for rubrics. Create a rubric using an online rubric-maker. Describe the contents, purpose, and potential formats of student portfolios. The assessment you’ll find here is designed to help you determine students’ proficiency levels in reading nonfiction and summarizing the information therein and in writing an informational text based in part on information they have read themselves, heard read aloud, or viewed in video form.

An approach to assessment that requires students to perform or produce something for evaluation. It is most commonly used to assess a skill or ability. Primary Trait Approach: A common approach to scoring performance-based assessment that involves the identification of a few major constructs or traits and then judging the level of each.

Range. Validity theory, together with currently available and emerging standards for performance assessments, provides guidance for the developers of high-stakes performance assessments. It is imperative, however, that important aspects of validity and standards for quality and fairness of performance assessments be built into such assessments from their very by: Desirable characteristics of student assessment procedures Let us begin by identifying the basic features that should characterise a 'good' student assessment procedure.

Such a procedure should, ideally, be valid, reliable, practicable, fair and useful to students. Why performance-based assessment. Paper-pencil tests are not enough to determine if students know how to do something. Learning objectives and outcomes may call for performance Keeps the students engaged – demonstrates relevance of what they learn Can be.

knowledge, performance-based tasks are able to measure students’ habits of mind. Performance-based assessment requires students to use high-level thinking to perform, create, or produce something with transferable real-world application.

research has shown that such assessment provides useful information about student. OSPI-Developed Performance Assessments for the Arts. OSPI has developed assessments for The Arts that can be used by teachers in classrooms throughout the school year to gauge student understanding of the learning standards for dance, music, theatre, and visual arts.

A number of states, schools and school districts are engaged in efforts to develop and implement new forms of assessment. These efforts are known by several names.

Performance assessment, the term used in this paper, refers to tasks that require students to construct responses or take actions to demonstrate specified knowledge or skills. Performance assessment tasks appear in a variety of Cited by: 1. Performance assessment is done by an experienced rater, either a teacher or trained staff and then rate the quality of an individual performance based on the agreed-upon set of criteria.

The performance assessment is widely used in students to test their capability under a series of a performance test. Performance-Based Assessment: Reviewing the Basics Performance-based assessments share the key characteristic of accurately measuring one or more specific course standards.

They are also complex, authentic, process/product-oriented, open-ended, and time-bound. Performance-based assessment requires students to demonstrate skills or knowledge learned, often through application in real-world scenarios.

Activities or tasks associated with performance-based assessment often take place over multiple days or weeks and should challenge students to solve complex problems, complete a process, or create products. The purpose of this study was to investigate career and technical education teachers’ level of knowledge and use of performance based student assessment practices in West Virginia’s secondary and post-secondary career education centers.

In addition, this study sought to determine what relationships, if any, exist between levels of knowledge and use of performance based student assessment Author: Brenda L. Tuckwiller.