1) Develop a chart (matrix) of 1000−1,250 words that compares and contrasts the different types of assessments, the characteristics of each, and for what situations each is best suited. It should address the following:
a) How is each type of assessment scored?
b) Discuss the value and limitations of each test in determining knowledge and skill standards.
c) Analyze each instrument for reliability and validity.
2) APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
3) Submit the assignment to the instructor by the end of Module 3.
Ok I am going to lay the paper out as follows, I will give the type of assessment first, and then how it is scored, then its limitations and then reliability. …show more content…
These students are at the same grade level in different racially and economically diverse districts. Percentiles indicate the percentage of students that received scores equal to, or lower than, the raw score. For example, the raw score at the 50th percentile for 5th-grade students in the fall semester is 105 WCPM. This means 50% of the 5th-grade students during the fall semester scored 105 WCPM or less on their Oral Fluency Assessment. A Student who reads at the 50th percentile of fluency have appropriate reading comprehension of grade-level text.
Informal assessment is a straightforward means that teachers use to create feedback about their teaching methodology and activates students' learning process. It identifies the weakness and strength of one student at a time without due regards to the students age or grade level. Activities used include measurement, i.e. collecting data about prior knowledge and skills the students already have and judgment of the student's performance. Informal Assessment provide information for one student only and not for group comparisons within the classroom.
These tests comprise matching items such as true-false responses or multiple-choice answers, called selected response tests. Considered objective questions, these tests evaluate a student's foundational understanding. Short-answer tests all under the auspices of objective tests used for the same reason. Scores for such tests can be summed up accurately and quickly.