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2 Dr. Ellen Vorenkamp Assessment Consultant Wayne RESA

3 The Michigan Assessment Consortium professional development series in common assessment development is funded in part by the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators in cooperation with…

4 The various types of learning targets What each learning target assesses The different methods of assessment, and The best method of assessment for each type of learning target

5 Not all learning targets are created equal Some targets will require more test items than others and some will require different types of assessment methods Number of test items Types of test items Length of time to complete items or tasks

6 Knowledge Mastery Reasoning Proficiency Skills Ability to Create Products Dispositions

7 These targets are often stated using verbs such as knows, lists, names, identifies, and recalls. Targets can either be know outright or by reference. What we teach students to memorize vs. what we teach students to find.

8 Recognize Describe Understands Explains Knows Identifies Comprehends Stiggins, R., Arter, J., Chappuis, S. & Chappuis, F. (2004) Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It RightUsing It Well. Assessment Training Institute, Portland, OR.

9 Students will locate negative rational numbers (including integers) on the number line; know that numbers and their negatives add to 0, and are on opposite sides and at equal distance from 0 on a number line.

10 Reasoning targets represent mental processes such as predicts, infers, classifies, compares, concludes, summarizes, evaluates, hypothesizes, and generalizes. 6 general types of reasoning taxonomies

11 Reasoning Taxonomies Inductive/Deductive Reasoning Analytical Reasoning Comparative Reasoning Classifying Evaluative Reasoning Synthesis

12 Use Analyze Evaluate Make Decisions Formulates questions Make predictions Verifies Compares Contrasts Sets goals Strategize Distinguishes between Examines data and proposes meaningful interpretation Using insights and conclusions from data to generate potential solutions Stiggins, R., Arter, J., Chappuis, S. & Chappuis, F. (2004) Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It RightUsing It Well. Assessment Training Institute, Portland, OR.

13 Students will compare their viewpoint about a classroom issue with the viewpoint of another person.

14 Skill targets are objectives that must be observed or demonstrated in order to be assessed. Examples include oral fluency, speaking a second language, serving a volleyball, or playing a musical instrument.

15 Measures Reads aloud Dribbles and passes Participates Uses simple equipment Demonstrates relationships Pronounces Collects Data Stiggins, R., Arter, J., Chappuis, S. & Chappuis, F. (2004) Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It RightUsing It Well. Assessment Training Institute, Portland, OR.

16 Students will demonstrate skillful use of appropriate vocabularies, tools, instruments, and technologies of the visual, performing, or applied arts discipline.

17 Certain targets require students to create a product, such as tables, graphs, essays, or data displays. There are differences between tasks and product targets.

18 Constructs graphs Develops a plan Creates a product to support a thesis Constructs models Creates a scripted scene Writes simple directions Generating a viable action plan to address the problem Stiggins, R., Arter, J., Chappuis, S. & Chappuis, F. (2004) Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It RightUsing It Well. Assessment Training Institute, Portland, OR.

19 Students will construct simple charts from data and observations.

20 These targets reflect attitudes and feelings. They represent valuable affective outcomes we hope students attain as a result of their educational experiences.

21 Likes mathematics Chooses to read for enjoyment Plays basketball for fun Intends to vote in every election Looks forward to science Understands the ethics of the scientific method Wants to participate in community theatre Enjoys opportunities to converse in Spanish Commitment to active and sustained learning Exhibit a passion for learning Stiggins, R., Arter, J., Chappuis, S. & Chappuis, F. (2004) Classroom Assessment for Student Learning: Doing It RightUsing It Well. Assessment Training Institute, Portland, OR.

22 Written Response Selected Response Short Answer Response Extended Response/Essay Performance Assessment Observation/Conversation

23 Students will be enthusiastic about writing and learning to write.

24 Multiple Choice True-False Matching Selected Response Diagram Fill-in-the- blank (words, phrases) Essay Short answer (sentences, paragraphs) Web Concept Map Flowchart Graph Table Matrix Illustration Presentation Movement Science lab Athletic skill Dramatization Enactment Project Debate Model Exhibition Recital Performance Task Oral questioning Observation Interview Conference Process description Checklist Rating scale Journal sharing Thinking aloud a process Student self- assessment Peer review Constructed Response Performance Assessment Observations/ Conversations Adapted from the work of Dr. Robert Marzano

25 Multiple Choice True-False Matching Selected Response Diagram Fill-in-the- blank (words, phrases) Essay Short answer (sentences, paragraphs) Web Concept Map Flowchart Graph Table Matrix Illustration Presentation Movement Science lab Athletic skill Dramatization Enactment Project Debate Model Exhibition Recital Performance Task Oral questioning Observation Interview Conference Process description Checklist Rating scale Journal sharing Thinking aloud a process Student self- assessment Peer review Constructed Response Performance Assessment Observations/ Conversations Adapted from the work of Dr. Robert Marzano

26 Multiple Choice True-False Matching Selected Response Diagram Fill-in-the- blank (words, phrases) Essay Short answer (sentences, paragraphs) Web Concept Map Flowchart Graph Table Matrix Illustration Presentation Movement Science lab Athletic skill Dramatization Enactment Project Debate Model Exhibition Recital Performance Task Oral questioning Observation Interview Conference Process description Checklist Rating scale Journal sharing Thinking aloud a process Student self- assessment Peer review Constructed Response Performance Assessment Observations/ Conversations Adapted from the work of Dr. Robert Marzano

27 Multiple Choice True-False Matching Selected Response Diagram Fill-in-the- blank (words, phrases) Essay Short answer (sentences, paragraphs) Web Concept Map Flowchart Graph Table Matrix Illustration Presentation Movement Science lab Athletic skill Dramatization Enactment Project Debate Model Exhibition Recital Performance Task Oral questioning Observation Interview Conference Process description Checklist Rating scale Journal sharing Thinking aloud a process Student self- assessment Peer review Constructed Response Performance Assessment Observations/ Conversations Adapted from the work of Dr. Robert Marzano

28 Multiple Choice True-False Matching Selected Response Diagram Fill-in-the- blank (words, phrases) Essay Short answer (sentences, paragraphs) Web Concept Map Flowchart Graph Table Matrix Illustration Presentation Movement Science lab Athletic skill Dramatization Enactment Project Debate Model Exhibition Recital Performance Task Oral questioning Observation Interview Conference Process description Checklist Rating scale Journal sharing Thinking aloud a process Student self- assessment Peer review Constructed Response Performance Assessment Observations/ Conversations Adapted from the work of Dr. Robert Marzano

29 Types of learning targets What learning targets assess Types of assessment methods Matching the most appropriate method of assessment with each type of learning target…

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31 TargetSelected Response Extended Written Response Performance Assessment Observation/ Conversation KnowledgeYes!Yes- Understand ings of relationshi ps among elements of knowledge Nope- too time consuming Maybe (question, evaluate answers, infer mastery –but time consuming

32 TargetSelected Response Extended Written Response Performance Assessment Observation/ Conversation ProductNoMaybe-if product is written Yes!No

33 Determine the type of learning target Determine the most effective assessment method for that learning target Determine the number of items for each assessment method Determine the amount of time required to answer each item type Determine the amount of points each item is worth


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