3 edition of Teacher"s guide for the portfolio component of the Washington Alternative Assessment System found in the catalog.
Teacher"s guide for the portfolio component of the Washington Alternative Assessment System
|Statement||Terry Bergeson, Greg Hall, B.J. Wise.|
|Contributions||Hall, Greg., Wise, B. J., Washington (State). Superintendent of Public Instruction.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. (loose-leaf) :|
|Number of Pages||109|
The Impact of Alternate Assessments: A Statewide Teacher Survey Show all authors. Harold L. Kleinert. and concern over scoring reliability and the extent to which the alternate assessment was more of a teacher assessment than a student assessment. A test of trust. Kentucky's Alternate Portfolio system for students with moderate and Cited by: Alternative assessment, often called authentic, comprehensive, or performance assessment, is usually designed by the teacher to gauge students' understanding of material. Examples of these measurements are open-ended questions, written compositions, oral presentations, projects, experiments, and portfolios of student work.
how well an education system is functioning. In most education contexts, assessment is a vital component of any evaluation. It is the process of judging the quality of content and programs offered to a group of students. Teachers usually assess students and use this assessment information to judge the quality of student learning for summativeFile Size: KB. Winfield Cooper is editor of the quarterly Portfolio News, a publication of the Portfolio Assessment Clearinghouse. Portfolio News provides 20 to 30 pages of articles, project briefs, and other materials by teachers, project directors, and researchers about local and state portfolio projects. It also serves as an information exchange for people.
The Academic Services staff of The Teaching Center is available to consult with Washington University graduate students as they prepare and refine their teaching portfolios for use on the academic job market. What is a teaching portfolio? A teaching portfolio is a collection of documents, prepared. The first video in this lesson focuses on one particular type of alternative assessment, which is the assessment portfolio. Before we begin, we will provide you with a working description of alternative assessment. Alternative assessment allows students to express their knowledge of content in the most direct way possible.
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The purposes of the Washington Alternate Assessment System Teacher's Guide for the Portfolio are to: • assist educational teams in documenting student involvement and progress in the general curriculum developed to teach and learn the EALRs and GLEs in Washington.
Washington Alternate Assessment System-Portfolio WAAS-PORTFOLIO –10 Technical Report Prepared for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Education Way, Dover, NH () The book includes a brief chapter on the balance of equity in various approaches, five examples of personalized assessment systems, and a concise “Portfolio Planner” meant to aide teachers in designing an assessment system.
Portfolios Plus empowers teachers both to appreciate the strength of complex assessment systems and to apprehend the.
Washington Alternate Assessment System:Assessment System: Portfolio Assessment Presentation to the Assessment Study Group Aug Joe Willhoft Assistant Superintendent of Assessment and Student Information Judy Kraft Alternate Assessment Specialist Catherine TaylorCatherine Taylor Director of Assessment Alternatives and Innovations.
3 Tables and Figures Table 1: Overall Passage Rates on the WASL – p. 6 Table 2: Pass Rates on the WASL, by Subgroup – p. 7 Table 3: Alternate Paths for General Education Students to Obtain a Diploma, - p. 10 Table 4: Exit Exam Alternatives Used by States – p. 11 Table 5: Elements of Universally Designed Assessments – p.
16 Table 6: Key Definitions: Alternate Test, Substitute Test. Purpose of the Portfolio Assessment The Washington Alternate Assessment Task force, made up of administrators, higher education personnel, teachers, and parents, determined the following two-fold purpose of the portfolio assessment: To provide an appropriate method of measuring progress on state goals.
The Students Portfolio as An Alternative Assessment Tool. • Alternative assessment is situated in the classroom with teachers making choices in the measures used. • Alternative assessment is based on a constructivist view of learning whereby the student, the text, and the context impact learning outcomes.
• Alternative assessment is predicated on the view that learning processes are equalFile Size: KB. Ideally, a teacher portfolio is a document created by the teacher that reveals, relates and describes the teacher's duties, expertise and growth in teaching. Each assertion in the portfolio is then documented in an appendix or a reference to outside material, such as videotapes or lengthy by: 7.
The following web sites offer additional resources and strategies for creating effective teaching portfolios: Developing a Teaching Portfolio, from the Center for Instructional Development and Research at the University of Washington; Developing a Teaching Portfolio, from the Office of Faculty and TA Development, The Ohio State UniversityAuthor: Rhett Mcdaniel.
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This document is part of the Washington assessment system at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The assessments have been developed by Washington State teachers and are designed to measure learning for selected components of the Washington State Learning Standards.
They. Inan ACT Cross Sectoral Assessment Working Party was established to develop a best-practice guide to assessment for teachers, aligned to the intent of the Australian Curriculum. The resulting publication was the Teachers’ Guide to Assessment. The Teachers’ Guide to Assessment was updated in to align with the ACT’s continued commitment to implementing the Australian Curriculum and to reflect current research and evidence-based assessment practices.
The assessment portfolio is use of portfolio assessment technique in teaching map sketching and location in geography in Jos, Nigeria. described in the book will make alternative.
Fig. Portfolio processes in the project ”Alternative assessment in teacher education” The portfolio learning process should be regarded as a continuous process. The division in three learning phases in the figure above done in order to illustrates some of the specific learning activities that may take place within each phase.
Title: Teacher Portfolio Assessment. ERIC/AE Digest. Document Type: GuidesNon-Classroom Use (); Information AnalysesERIC Information Analysis Products (IAPs) (); Information AnalysesERIC Digests (Selected) in Full Text (); Available From: ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation, The Catholic University of America, Department of Education, O'Boyle Hall, Washington.
portfolio) or to show samples of students best work (showcase portfolio) Portfolio assessment can be used in addition to other assessments or the sole source of assessment.
Some schools even use portfolio assessment as a basis for high school graduation. A professional teaching portfolio is essential for all educators.
As you began your journey into education, and as you look to get a teaching job, you have gathered important artifacts along the invaluable items you have collected are a great way to showcase your achievements and classroom experiences in a professional, organized manner.
Assessment at a distance: Traditional vs. Alternative Assessments Assessment is one of the crucial components of the instruction.
People within the educational community, i.e. policymakers, educators, students, parents, administrators, have different ideas regarding the 3. portfolio assessment. Researchers and educators use the term. instruction and assessment. For this reason, alternative assessment approaches are needed in assessing both learning process and learning product.
Nowadays, one of the alternative assessment techniques used in various disciplines such as mathematics, science and social sciences so forth is portfolio. Student Portfolios as an Assessment Tool Teachers and administrators have been making a move from traditional paper-and-pencil type tests to alternate forms of assessment.
Teacher observation, projects, essays, and other more creative ways of evaluating student achievement have gained a larger following within the classroom.Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / focus on developing the capacity of teachers to integrate assessments into instruction and to interpret the results to guide their teaching decisions.
an assessment system because those answers will guide almost all subsequent decisions about the design of each of the.This book explains some basic assumptions that underlie different assessment systems, some connections between education and assessment, and some assessment options that have gone unrecognized.
The discussion serves as a guide to designing a custom assessment program individualized to fit the students, school, and community. Part 2 contains examples of alternative Cited by: