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Engaging students through performance assessment : creating performance tasks to monitor student learning

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Lead + Learn Press, Englewood, Colo., p.246 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB3051 .F555 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9575352

Keywords:

Education--Standards--United States, Educational tests and measurements--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Balanced assessment systems -- Creating a standards-based performance assessment -- Step 1: selecting an assessment topic/unit of study -- Step 2: identifying matching priority and supporting standards -- Step 3: "unwrapping" the priority and supporting standards and creating a graphic organizer -- Step 4: determining the big ideas -- Step 5: writing essential questions -- Step 6: designing performance tasks -- Step 7: developing performance tasks -- Step 8: identifying interdisciplinary standards -- Step 9: creating engaging scenarios -- Step 10: developing scoring guides (rubrics) -- Performance assessments and data teams -- Performance tasks -- Implementation of performance assessments -- Appendix A: performance assessment scoring guide -- Appendix B: Bloom's revised taxonomy -- Appendix C: performance assessment roles, products, and performances -- Appendix D: performance assessment samples.

Publication Language:

eng