Pdf Classroom Assessment Principles And Practice That Enhance Student Learning And Motivation
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A comprehensive, nontechnical, engaging, look at how assessment is used to improve student learning and motivation. Drawing on recent research and new directions in the field, this concise, engaging book shows teachers how to use classroom assessment effectively for improving student learning and motivation.
Synopsis: A comprehensive, nontechnical, engaging, look at how assessment is used to improve student learning and motivation.
The present study is set in the context of ongoing educational reform that advocates fostering self-regulated learners and using assessment to improve learning. Drawing on existent research on classroom assessment CA and self-regulated learning SRL , the authors have formulated a conceptual framework outlining the CA features that promote SRL among students. First, CA tasks are primarily low-level closed-end problems, with rare exceptions. Second, students are not allowed much autonomy in CA.
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Teachers in all content areas can use these seven assessment and grading practices to enhance learning and teaching. Classroom assessment and grading practices have the potential not only to measure and report learning but also to promote it. Like successful athletic coaches, the best teachers recognize the importance of ongoing assessments and continual adjustments on the part of both teacher and student as the means to achieve maximum performance. Unlike the external standardized tests that feature so prominently on the school landscape these days, well-designed classroom assessment and grading practices can provide the kind of specific, personalized, and timely information needed to guide both learning and teaching. Classroom assessments fall into three categories, each serving a different purpose. Summative assessments summarize what students have learned at the conclusion of an instructional segment. These assessments tend to be evaluative, and teachers typically encapsulate and report assessment results as a score or a grade.
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Principles and Practice that Enhance Student Learning and Motivation Improving Results A proven way to help individual students achieve the goals that educators set for their course. Classroom Assessment Engaging Experiences Dynamic, engaging experiences that personalize and activate learning for each student. An Experienced Partner From Pearson, a long-term partner with a true grasp of the subject, excellent content, and an eye on the future of education. Classroom Assessment Principles and Practice that Enhance www. James H. McMillan Virginia Commonwealth University. Director and Publisher: Kevin M.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. The primary audiences for this chapter are classroom teachers and teacher educators. The chapter offers a guiding framework to use when considering everyday assessments and then discusses the roles and responsibilities of teachers and students in improving assessment. Administrators also may be interested in the material presented in this chapter. Assessment usually conjures up images of an end-of-unit test, a quarterly report card, a state-level examination on basic skills, or the letter grade for a final laboratory report. However, these familiar aspects of assessment do not capture the full extent or subtlety of how assessment operates every day in the classroom.
Drawing on recent research and new directions in the field, this concise, engaging book shows teachers how to use classroom assessment effectively for improving student learning and motivation. The new edition emphasizes formative assessment and includes more in-depth coverage of self-assessment, the impact of standards-based accountability testing, 21st century knowledge, dispositions and skills, technology-enhanced items, and assessment of culturally diverse students. McMillan has published several editions of three research methods textbooks and two assessment texts, in addition to over 60 journal articles, and has made many national, international and state presentations. His current research interests include classroom assessment, benchmark testing, student perceptions of assessment related to mistakes and learning errors, and the impact of high-stakes testing on educational policy, schools and students. McMillan resides in Richmond, Virginia, and summers in northwest lower Michigan. Convert currency.
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In addition, according to McMillan there was no accommodation for the ability levels of the students that were considered. McMillan, J. The Survey of Assessment Beliefs SAB was developed to measure teacher candidates' perceptions about grading practices. Educational Assessment, 13, This article discusses five key practices that teachers can use to gather important information about student understanding, provide feedback to students, and enable students to set and attain meaningful learning goals.