Educational Assessment
Beeghly College of Education Beeghly College of Education

Using TaskStream
A web based program will be used by all class members for one class requirement - the Test Construction Project. The following information relates to using TaskStream. Foun 3710 Test Construction Project on TaskStream


Foun 3710 Field Assignments
While in the field, each student is expected to complete three assignment. The three assignments, and their due dates, are descibed below:

Due Dates
#7 on Nov 10
#8 on Nov 22
#9 on Dec 6

 

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FOUND 3710
Class Information
Fall 2016
TT 11:00 am - 12:15 pm


Course Purposes:
This link provides a complete copy of the syllabus as discussed in class. While the syllabus provides you with the week-by-week course expectations, it also provides you with important background information that will facilitate your complete understanding of the larger purposes of the course and its connection to state and national teacher preparation standards.
  • Class Syllabus A copy of the syllabus containing the course description; course rationale; course connections to the BCOE Conceptual Framework; course connections to the Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession; course objectives in terms of knowledge, skills, and dispositions; the class outline and meeting schedule; course activities and requirements; due dates and test dates; and evaluation and grading procedures.
  • The Golf Game of Bernard Bear Can the way one approaches the game of golf be viewed as an analogy for the way one approaches classroom assessment? Playing time 3 min.

Foun 3710 Pretest

Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Links

edTPA (Teacher Performance Assessment)
Background and Links

  • edTPA is an assessment process administered during student teaching. It includes "a review of a teacher candidate's authentic teaching materials as the culmination of a teaching and learning process that documents and demonstrates each candidate's ability to effectively teach his/her subject matter to all students." (from edTPA)
  • The American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) supports the development and implementation of edTPA and is helping to share information about edTPA with its member institutions.

  • The Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAPE). CAEP requires that educator preparation providers (EPPs) seeking accreditation complete a self study and host a site visit, during which site visitors determine whether or not the provider meets CAEP standards based on evidence of candidate performance, use of data in program self-improvement, and EPP capacity and commitment to quality.

  • Click here for link to:
    edTPA

  • This is their home page.
  • Click here for link to:
    Strategies for passing edTPA

  • Take note of Assessments Section
  • Click here for link to:
    edTPA Support Guide from Stanford

  • 33-page document related to Elem Ed Math. Take note of Task 1 (Planning Assessments Section), Task 3 (Assessing Student Learning) and Appendix B (Secondary Section)
  • Click here for link to:
    Some Reasons Critics Dislike the edTPA

  • A critique of the edTPA by Julie Gorlewski, teacher.
  • Click here for link to:
    Foun 3710 edTPA Curriculum Map

  • latest McEwing draft.

Ohio Resident Educator Program

Basic Measurement Concepts Mentioned Throughout the Textbook

MEASUREMENT AND STATISTICS

PART I - Keys to Classroom Assessment Quality

Chapter 1 Classroom Assessment for Student Success

Chapter 2 Understanding Why We Assess

Chapter 3 Clear Achievement Expectations: The Foundation of Sound Assessment

Chapter 4 Designing Quality Classroom Assessments


PART II - Understanding Assessment Methods

Chapter 7 Performance Assessment

Chapter 8 Personal Communication as Assessment

  • Using Feedback - "History" cartoon advocating the importance (today) of detailed feedback on meaningful work. By Andrew McCann. Playing time 2 min.
  • Using Feedback - Summarizes the kinds of feedback choices you have (both strategic and content based) and makes recommendations based on the research. Considerations of: Timing, Amount, Mode, Audience, Focus, Comparison, Function, Valence, Clarity, Specificity, Tone. By Susan M. Brookheart.
  • Using Feedback - Extensive examples of good and bad feedback. Built on points discussed in her above work. By Susan M. Brookheart.
    Foun 3710 Class Assignment to be Completed in the Field

Chapter 9 Assessing Dispositions

PART III - Communicating Assessment Results

Chapter 14 Communicating with Standardized Test Scores

Chapter 64 (as in the 64 Dollar Question) - What do we know about the "new" State Report Cards (Which are really report cards on how students in specific schools and districts are doing)?


 
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