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Intel Teach Elements Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms

Intel Teach Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms

Action Plan: _Marikit, Jester L.


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Table of Contents
Table of Contents......................................................................1 Module 1: 21st Century Learning...............................................4
Lesson 1: 21st Century Classrooms.................................................................4 Activity 1: Roles in the 21st Century.............................................................4

Module 1: 21st Century Learning...............................................4


Lesson 1: 21st Century Classrooms.................................................................4 Activity 3: Evolution of Assessment Practices.................................................4

Module 1: 21st Century Learning...............................................5


Lesson 2: 21st Century Skills in the Classroom..................................................5 Activity 3: 21st Century Skill Selection (Optional)...........................................5

Module 1: 21st Century Learning...............................................6


Lesson 3: 21st Century Assessment Practices...................................................6 Activity 1: The Role of Formative Assessment.................................................6

Module 1: 21st Century Learning...............................................6


Lesson 4: Module Review................................................................................6 Activity 1: Module Summary........................................................................6

Module 2: Assessment Strategies..............................................7


Lesson 3: Focus on Rubrics.............................................................................7 Activity 3: Rubric Development.....................................................................7

Module 2: Assessment Strategies..............................................7


Lesson 4: The Assessing Projects Library..........................................................7 Activity 2: Assessing Projects Application.......................................................7

Module 2: Assessment Strategies..............................................8


Lesson 5: Module Review................................................................................8 Activity 1: Module Summary........................................................................8

Module 3: Assessment Methods.................................................8


Lesson 1: Assessment and Instruction..............................................................8 Activity 2: Instructional Activities as Assessment............................................8

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Module 3: Assessment Methods.................................................9


Lesson 3: Classroom Conferences....................................................................9 Activity 3: Example Conferences ..................................................................9

Module 3: Assessment Methods...............................................10


Lesson 5: Assessment Instruments................................................................10 Activity 1: Overview of Assessment Instruments (Optional)............................10

Module 3: Assessment Methods...............................................10


Lesson 6: Module Review..............................................................................10 Activity 1: Module Summary.......................................................................10

Module 4: Assessment Development.......................................10


Lesson 1: Important Learning Goals...............................................................10 Activity 2: 21st Century Skills Objectives.....................................................10

Module 4: Assessment Development.......................................12


Lesson 2: Assessment Plan...........................................................................12 Activity 2: Effective Assessment Timelines...................................................12

Module 4: Assessment Development.......................................12


Lesson 2: Assessment Plan...........................................................................12 Activity 3: Assessment Methods and Purposes (Optional)...............................12

Module 4: Assessment Development.......................................13


Lesson 3: Assessment Instruments................................................................13 Activity 3: Rubric and Checklist Adaptation...................................................13 Estimated Time: 30 minutes.......................................................................13

Module 4: Assessment Development.......................................13


Lesson 4: Module Review..............................................................................13 Activity 1: Modules Summary.....................................................................13 Estimated Time: 10 minutes.......................................................................13

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................14


Lesson 1: Student Roles in Assessment..........................................................14 Activity 1: Increased Student Responsibility (Optional)..................................14

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................14


Lesson 1: Student Roles in Assessment..........................................................14 Activity 2: Peer Feedback...........................................................................14

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................14


Lesson 2: Self-Assessment............................................................................14 Activity 2: Supporting Metacognition (Optional)............................................15

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................15


Lesson 3: Assessment Management...............................................................15 Activity 1: Assessment Management Strategies............................................15

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Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................15


Lesson 3: Assessment Management...............................................................15 Activity 2: Assessment Routines (Optional)..................................................15

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................16


Lesson 4: Use of Assessment Data.................................................................16 Activity 2: Reflection and Goal Setting.........................................................16

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................16


Lesson 5: Grading in a 21st Century Classroom...............................................16 Activity 2: Grading Systems (Optional)........................................................16

Module 5: Assessment in Action..............................................17


Lesson 6: Module Review..............................................................................17 Activity 1: Module Summary.......................................................................17

Course Wrap-Up .....................................................................18


Summary....................................................................................................18 Activity 1: Course Reflection.......................................................................18

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Module 1: 21st Century Learning


Lesson 1: 21st Century Classrooms
Activity 1: Roles in the 21st Century Estimated Time: 15 minutes In what ways do you consider yourself a 21st century teacher? Describe how you: Collaborate with other teachers Use technology in your classroom Act as a facilitator of your students learning Use multiple forms of assessment for content and 21st century skill development

Module 1: 21st Century Learning


Lesson 1: 21st Century Classrooms
Activity 3: Evolution of Assessment Practices Estimated Time: 15 minutes In the chart, record your current assessment practices and how you would like to change your assessment practices. Current Assessment Practices -paper pencil test -oral recitation -practical test Changes to Assessment Practices -focus on knowledge content of examination, knowledge-based. -more on performance and actual activities. -promotes higher order of thinking skills -more on analytical/comprehension exams

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Module 1: 21st Century Learning


Lesson 2: 21st Century Skills in the Classroom
Activity 3: 21st Century Skill Selection (Optional) Estimated Time: 20 minutes 1. Consider the units you teach. 2. List units where you explicitly teach, or would like to teach, 21st century skills. 3. For those units, list the technologies you use or would like to use. Unit 21st Century Skills Technology

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Module 1: 21st Century Learning


Lesson 3: 21st Century Assessment Practices
Activity 1: The Role of Formative Assessment Estimated Time: 10 minutes How does formative assessment benefit your classroom? What kinds of changes would you need to make in your assessment practices to include more formative assessment? Formative assessment provides information needed to adjust teaching and learning while they are still happening. It also serves as practice for the student and a check for understanding during the learning process. Formative assessment guides teacher in making decisions about future instructions. With these benefits, I would like to add more such as : questioning, learning/response logs, peer/self-assessment, practice presentation, kinesthetic assessment and observations; in order to know how well the students learn in the discussion and to know how they will apply it.

Module 1: 21st Century Learning


Lesson 4: Module Review
Activity 1: Module Summary Estimated Time: 10 minutes Based on your understanding of assessment, what assessment goals would you like to set for yourself during this course, month, or school year? Write your goals. Some examples include: Choose 21st century skills to focus on during a particular unit or project Use formative assessment strategies in my classroom Add 21st century skills to my rubrics Use additional assessment instruments to assess Have students assess themselves and their peers Distribute rubrics before and during the project Use journals and/or observations to assess

My assessment goals: -use formative assessment strategies in my classroom -add 21st century skills to my rubrics -use additional assessment instruments to assess -have students assess themselves and their peers

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Module 2: Assessment Strategies


Lesson 3: Focus on Rubrics
Activity 3: Rubric Development Estimated Time: 10 minutes Reflect on your current use of rubrics in your classroom. How might you use rubrics in new or different ways to improve your students learning? Before rubrics only serves as one of the guidelines on what to do. But as what I have noticed or observed, rubrics played a great role in order to achieve a successful output. Because of that, want to have a change in my rubrics. I want it to be more organized but not to easy to achieved, in order for the students to be challenged and to show how creative they are.

Module 2: Assessment Strategies


Lesson 4: The Assessing Projects Library
Activity 2: Assessing Projects Application Estimated Time: 20 minutes Explore the rubrics shown in the table or in the Assessing Projects library. Select and save at least one product or performance rubric and at least one 21st Century skill rubric to your Course Folder or to your Personal Library if using Assessing Projects. Describe how and when you would use each assessment. Product or Performance Rubric name: Speech Choir How I will use the rubric: I will use as a sets of scoring guidelines that can be used to provide consistency in evaluating student work. 21st Century Skill Rubric: Learning and Innovation How I will use the rubric: Ill use it authentically to monitor a student's learning process and develop and revise a lesson plan. They provide a way for a student and a teacher to measure

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the quality of a body of work.

Module 2: Assessment Strategies


Lesson 5: Module Review
Activity 1: Module Summary Estimated Time: 10 minutes Reflect on your learning in this module. I saw various types or styles in making a rubric. With that, it helps me in designing my own rubric that will help me in attaining better outcome, especially when Im going to have an activity that will use a rubric in the class.

Module 3: Assessment Methods


Lesson 1: Assessment and Instruction
Activity 2: Instructional Activities as Assessment Estimated Time: 20 minutes Describe how you might integrate assessment methods as part of classroom activities. Graphic Organizers

Graphic organizers integrate text and visual images, learners are having more whole-brain experiences. Journals and Learning Logs

Journal writing as an instructional or learning tool believed what he called an intensive journal process could draw each persons life toward wholeness at its own tempo. It systematically evokes and strengthens the inner capacities of persons by working from a non-medical vantage point and proceeding without analytic or diagnostic categories. Discussions

There are a variety of ways to stimulate discussion. For example, some faculty begin a lesson with a whole group discussion to refresh students memories about the assigned reading(s). Other faculty find it helpful to have students list critical points or emerging issues, or generate a set of questions stemming from the assigned reading(s). These strategies can also be used to help focus large and small group discussions.

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Products and Performances

Using this information, you can give feedback on a student's performance either in the form of a narrative report or a grade. There are several different ways to record the results of performance-based assessments (Airasian,1991; Stiggins,1994): -Checklist Approach When you use this, you only have to indicate whether or not certain elements are present in the performances. -Narrative/Anecdotal Approach When teachers use this, they will write narrative reports of what was done during each of the performances. From these reports, teachers can determine how well their students met their standards. -Rating Scale Approach When teachers use this, they indicate to what degree the standards were met. Usually, teachers will use a numerical scale. For instance, one teacher may rate each criterion on a scale of one to five with one meaning "skill barely present" and five meaning "skill extremely well executed." -Memory Approach When teachers use this, they observe the students performing the tasks without taking any notes. They use the information from their memory to determine whether or not the students were successful.

Module 3: Assessment Methods


Lesson 3: Classroom Conferences
Activity 3: Example Conferences Estimated Time: 20 minutes Describe how you might include each assessment method in your classroom. Observation

Observation will serve as an informal assessment that obtains information that can be used to make judgments about childrens learning behavior and characteristics or programs using means other than standardized instruments. Peer Assessment

Peer assessment develops students responsibility in giving their own assessment to their peer. It also enhances their creativity and self-discipline. Self-Assessment

Teachers often use preformed to encourage students to reflect on their learning experience. While these are convenient and provide a record of student thinking, they can become an activity devoid of any real thinking. Oral reflection, whether as a whole class or group within the class, might sometimes be more useful.

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Alternatively, teachers could devote some time to questioning students about what they have recorded on their preformed and asking them for explanations. Student-Teacher Conferences

Student-teacher conference enhances the students confidence in class and to make them feel that they are not alone.

Module 3: Assessment Methods


Lesson 5: Assessment Instruments
Activity 1: Overview of Assessment Instruments (Optional) Estimated Time: 30 minutes Explore the assessment instruments (rubrics and checklists) shown in the table or in the Assessing Projects library. Select and save any that you would like to use or adapt for your classroom. Note how and when you might use the assessments. Assessment Instrument When and How I Will Use

Module 3: Assessment Methods


Lesson 6: Module Review
Activity 1: Module Summary Estimated Time: 10 minutes Reflect on how implementing what you have learned in this module might change your classroom. Upon knowing the different types of assessment, it will made the classroom be more interactive and would really help the students to think more creatively and critically.

Module 4: Assessment Development


Lesson 1: Important Learning Goals
Activity 2: 21st Century Skills Objectives Estimated Time: 20 minutes

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In this module, focus on a single project as you complete each Your Turn activity. Note that the planning steps build on each other. Choose standards and write objectives for your unit. Remember to write objectives that tie to targeted standards, are measurable, and incorporate 21st century skills. Unit/Project: SPEECH CHOIR Objectives Develop skill in oral language as well as voice and body expression.

Targeted Standards Attitude -Co-operated with the group -Worked seriously on the part -Was constantly alert to the material -Contributed to a unified whole Voice -Enunciated words clearly -Pronounced words correctly -Projected well -Adjusted voice to selection Body -Adjusted facial expression to mate -Adjusted body response to material -Used appropriate eye contact Script -Script was the required length -Script was prepared ahead of time -Correct mannerisms (e.g., holding script in unison) -Script was passed in to instructor ahead of time Content -Language appropriate -Related to function (function being to give the point of view of the character insight)

To learn effective organization of ideas.

Develop ability to recreate the written thoughts of others through vocal delivery.

To present clearly and concisely.

Promoting school and community relations through participation in an intellectual activity.

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-Conventions of conversation -Adherence to medium (genre) -Consistency

Module 4: Assessment Development


Lesson 2: Assessment Plan
Activity 2: Effective Assessment Timelines Estimated Time: 20 minutes Create an Assessment Timeline for your project. Remember to plan assessments throughout the project that meet all five purposes: Gauging Student Needs Encouraging Collaboration and Self-Direction Monitoring Progress Checking Understanding and Encouraging Metacognition Demonstrating Understanding

Assessment Timeline

Before project work begins

During project work

After project work is completed

Discussion T-Chart

Journals Practice Interview Feedback Interview Checklist Magazine Article Feedback Individual Writing Conference Peer Writing Feedback Magazine Checklist Magazine Rubric

Magazine Article Rubric Magazine Rubrics Final Reflection

Module 4: Assessment Development


Lesson 2: Assessment Plan
Activity 3: Assessment Methods and Purposes (Optional) Estimated Time: 20 minutes

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To complete your Assessment Plan for your unit, develop a table of assessment strategies that aligns to the Assessment Timeline you created in Activity 2. As you think through the purpose and process for each assessment, you may need to modify your Assessment Timeline to best meet each of your goals and objectives. You may want to review the Guiding Questions document in the Module 4 section of the Resources tab to help you write your Assessment Plan.

Table of Assessment Strategies


Assessment Process and Purpose of Assessment

Module 4: Assessment Development


Lesson 3: Assessment Instruments
Activity 3: Rubric and Checklist Adaptation Estimated Time: 30 minutes 1. Adapt a rubric or checklist that you selected in Module 2, Lesson 4, Activity 2 or Module 3, Lesson 5, Activity 1. Use Assessing Projects to adapt an assessment in your personal library, or modify an assessment in your Course Folder using a word processor. 2. Describe how you adapted the assessment and how you will use it in your classroom. I will use the rubrics according to the product/performance that Im going to give to the students in order to attain good and successful outcome.

Module 4: Assessment Development


Lesson 4: Module Review
Activity 1: Modules Summary Estimated Time: 10 minutes Reflect on your learning from Module 4 and record your reflections.

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I will use different kinds of assessment methods in order for the students not to get bored and to avoid familiarity in my teaching and assessment styles and techniques.

Module 5: Assessment in Action

Lesson 1: Student Roles in Assessment


Activity 1: Increased Student Responsibility (Optional) Estimated Time: 15 minutes Considering your students and their experiences with peer assessment, what concerns do you have about transitioning them to be successful assessors? List your concerns and brainstorm solutions. Concerns Solutions

Module 5: Assessment in Action


Activity 2: Peer Feedback Estimated Time: 30 minutes

Lesson 1: Student Roles in Assessment

1. Review the Tips for Student Feedback document. 2. Create a resource to support or scaffold peer assessment, such as a checklist, presentation, tips sheet, dialog for modeling, and so on. You may modify any of the resources you viewed in this activity for use in your own classroom. Consider using collaboration and self-direction resources from the Assessing Projects library as well. 3. Describe how you will use the support material. Checklists contain a list of behaviors or specific steps, which can be marked as Present/Absent, Complete/Incomplete, Yes /No, etc. In some cases, a teacher will use a checklist to observe the students. In other cases, students use checklists to ensure that they have completed all of the steps and considered all of the possibilities.

Module 5: Assessment in Action


Lesson 2: Self-Assessment

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Activity 2: Supporting Metacognition (Optional) Estimated Time: 30 minutes 1. Review the Metacognition document. 2. Consider the resources you could use to support self-assessment and metacognition in your classroom. Identify an assessment instrument you have already created, modify any of the samples you have viewed, or use the Assessing Projects application to create one. 3. Describe how you will use the support material.

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Lesson 3: Assessment Management
Activity 1: Assessment Management Strategies Estimated Time: 15 minutes 1. Describe how you will organize and track student assessment data. By checking their outputs, performance and grades in my records. 2. Describe how you will help your students organize their assessment data. By letting the students make their own learning log. It would help them assess their selves and organize their learnings.

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Lesson 3: Assessment Management
Activity 2: Assessment Routines (Optional) Estimated Time: 15 minutes What assessment activities do you want to routinely occur in your classroom? What technology do you think could help support those activities? Routine Assessment Activities Technology

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Module 5: Assessment in Action


Lesson 4: Use of Assessment Data
Activity 2: Reflection and Goal Setting Estimated Time: 15 minutes Review your ideas for tracking and organizing student assessment data from Module 5, Lesson 3, Activity 1. How will you and your students use the information from the assessment data? 1. Consider how students can use the assessment information to: Reflect on their learning Modify their goals or actions Revise their work Build on their 21st century skills, and so on

Describe what you will have your students do with the assessment data they collect and organize. Students will evaluate their own data collection and the data they organize in order to determine if they really achieve the desired target in that particular subject. 2. Determine how you will use the assessment data to: Modify instruction Determine proficiency Plan future units, and so on

Plan how you will use student assessment data that you organize and track. I will make the records of my students assessment data to determine if my students really learned from my discussions and lessons given to them.

Module 5: Assessment in Action


Lesson 5: Grading in a 21st Century Classroom
Activity 2: Grading Systems (Optional) Estimated Time: 10 minutes What strategies will you use to assign grades to student work and processes?

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Module 5: Assessment in Action


Lesson 6: Module Review
Activity 1: Module Summary Estimated Time: 10 minutes Reflect on the learning from this module. With the help of this kind of assessment, it will help me if there is a need of improvement in my strategies and techniques in teaching.

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Course Wrap-Up
Summary
Activity 1: Course Reflection Estimated Time: 20 minutes Revisit the goals you set for assessment in your classroom from Module 1, Lesson 4, Activity 1. Write about your progress toward those goals. -There is more interaction with the students. -Students is more responsible and confident in class. -There is a give and take or exchange of ideas in the class.

What new goals do you have for assessment in your 21st Century classroom? What goals do you have for your students? [Students] -Students work on interdisciplinary projects that use information and skills from a variety of subjects and address a number of essential academic standards. -Student-centered -Multiple Instructional and Learning Modalities to Include All Students -student role to learn through real world experiences. [Classroom] -The emphasis in this classroom is on creating lifelong learners. -Higher Order Thinking Skills - Learning by doing

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