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What is assessment of learning outcomes?
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What are the differences between assessment for learning and assessment of learning?
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Is there such a thing as best assessment method or an assessment method that is appropriate for all types of learning?
None, for our group there is no assessment method that will suite for all kinds of learning because it depends and varies on the different factors such as: needs of the learners, the learning outcomes that should be assessed, individual differences and multiple intelligences of the learners, facilities and materials to be used , the purpose of assessment and others. Learners are the main factor to be considered in choosing the best assessment method to be used. In assessing learners should be the center of the assessment process because they are the ones to be assessed.
Difference between testing and measurement and evaluation and assessment?
Ø Assessment focuses on learning, teaching and outcomes. It provides information for improving learning and teaching. Assessment is an interactive process between students and faculty that informs faculty how well their students are learning what they are teaching. The information is used by faculty to make changes in the learning environment, and is shared with students to assist them in improving their learning and study habits. This information is learner-centered, course based, frequently anonymous, and not graded. Ø Evaluation focuses on grades and may reflect classroom components other than course content and mastery level. These could include discussion, cooperation, attendance, and verbal ability.
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What is learning assessment?
A learning assessment is an activity or test that measures how much a person has learned. For example, if students are studying multiplication, they might have a pre-test before they start studying multiplication. After they have studied multiplication, they might have another test to assess what they have learned since the pre-test. The second test would be a learning assessment.
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Learning outcomes of learning the piano in school are that students will understand, analyze, and demonstrate knowledge of fundamental concepts of aural skills. Students will also learn composition, ability to perform a variety of repertoire for their selected instrument as a soloist and member of an ensemble.
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Differences between assessment of learning and assessment for learning?
Assessmentof Learning - testing the knowledge retention when a a person is educated in a subject matter Assessment for Learning - is establishing the skills level a person has before they undertake any learning. e.g. If training a person to measure 2 pieces of wood, fix together to gain a length that has to be cut to a final size it would be advisable to ensure that the person was familiar with basic maths as it will require addition and subtraction. If these basic skills are not there then the training to cut the wood will fail
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What does assessment is an integral part of the teaching learning process mean?
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What is the difference between formative and summative assessment?
Formative assessment is generally carried out by students during a course of study to help to shed light on the process of learning. Summative assessment is typically taken towards the end of the study to provide an objective scoring of the learning. Formative is 'when the cook tastes the soup' while summative is when 'the guests taste the soup'. Formative assessment helps to aid students in improving their learning process rather than place emphasis on the end result. Summative assessment provides a measure of how well the student has succeeded.