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by Katherine Luongo-Orlando

Author: Katherine Luongo-Orlando
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.5
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Excellent samples of student work based on performance tasks complement this timely book.

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This time-saving book provides teachers with a tried-and-true process for involving students in becoming information literate. Practical and ready-to-use, the book features more than fifty activities that give students hands-on opportunities to work with information. These activities involve students in manipulating and organizing data as well as making connections with information in all subject areas. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (2001).

Authentic assessment is the measurement of "intellectual accomplishments that are worthwhile, significant, and meaningful," as contrasted to multiple choice standardized tests. Authentic assessment can be devised by the teacher, or in collaboration with the student by engaging student voice. When applying authentic assessment to student learning and achievement, a teacher applies criteria related to construction of knowledge, disciplined inquiry, and the value of achievement beyond the school.

Performance assessment has come of age, and this book showcases psychometrically and professionally . This book fills a very important need in our field

Performance assessment has come of age, and this book showcases psychometrically and professionally defensible practices and approaches. -George Engelhard, J. Division of Educational Studies, Emory University. An outstanding textbook and resource for anyone in the fields of education and licensure and certification. This book fills a very important need in our field. As performance assessments increase in use, it is especially important to have a text like this one to provide guidance for thoughtful, systematic design and administration of this type of assessment. The frequent use of well-developed examples across practice areas is a definite strength.

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Authentic Assessment combines performance tasks that are relevant to students' lives with the need for accountability. The book explores common mandated language arts expectations and shows teachers how to choose meaningful activities that will guide students toward achieving important learning outcomes. This practical approach to task design includes suggestions for planning through evaluating and generating a mark, as well as sensible ways to use assessment results to improve instructional practice.

The book presents:a thorough, constructive background for authentic assessment of student work;clear definitions of terms related to assessment and evaluation;a step-by-step process for developing performance-based tasks;strategies for relating tasks to goals and expectations;numerous activities that can be used as is or adapted for specific needs.

Designed for the busy teacher, the book includes ready-to-copy and use planning sheets, rubrics, and student surveys. Excellent samples of student work based on performance tasks complement this timely book.