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Current Assessment practices:
Rubrics and scoring guides to grade projects and presentations, End-of-chapter tests, quizzes, Homeworks, assignments, worksheets, and Learning
To meet the standards of 21st Century Classroom:
I will just continue using rubrics and scoring guide but encourage students to assess their own projects and presentations or used it for Self
assessment or Peer Assessment. Tests or Quizzes will be enhance by using technologies available in the classroom.
Worksheets and Learning logs will be used.
To meet the standards of the 21st Century Classroom, we will use different forms of assessment but we should see to it that should be valid,
congruent, useful to ensure students learning and promote deep learning.
well...i do use rubrics but the samples in 21st century are better than mine.one of the subjects i handle in school is technical drafting(which is my forte because i'm an architecture graduate) and sometimes when i assess a student's work (projects, output or anything related to technical drawing) its very easy for me to tell if its excellent, very good, good or needs improvement.by looking at the drawing mistakes or the like is easy to spot.
I do written and oral test. Summative tests were also given. I also gave projects/products and performances. Rubrics at times were also used. In short, I'm just doing the usual assessment just like what other teachers are doing. From the things that I have learned in the modules, I noticed that are still a lot of instruments/ methods that can be used for assessment. That's why there's a need for me to use some of these methods that I do not use in the past in order for me to meet the standards of the 21st Century.
I'm using paper and pencil test like daily quizzes also known as formative test, summative test, periodical test every end of the rating period.Also oral recitation, using rubric on their projects and performance.Reading and exploring more on 21st century assessment can help me improve my assessment practices through the help of Intel Engage Modules
Current assessment practices:
> pen and paper
> Computer in assessing the output and performance of the students
Need to improve:
> the content
> encouraging students to have a self direction on the concept and skills that they have learned.
> intensifying the student progress for future learning.