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1. According to my resource teacher, she corrects

class homework orally/ on- the- spot to the class,
however those essays, she is the one who checks it.
And when it comes to checking of projects she prefers
using rubrics for checking.

2. * According to my resource teacher, she uses

the traditional class records in recording the students

3.* For Mrs. Rachel M. Pacudan, she uses his leisure time
checking, correcting and recording the class output. If she
has a vacant time, she tries to make herself busy by
checking or recording students progress so whenever she
goes home theres no more work task for her.

4. School policies on grading and maintaining records depend on the type of

institution and the laws that govern it. Public school policies in the United States
are determined by laws and regulations handed down by federal, state, and local
authorities. Grading policies are ultimately set by teachers, but nowadays
computers add up final grades to help avoid subjective grading. Student records
are maintained by the school administration after teachers submit final grades.

1. Intelligence Tests: The two commonly used intelligence
tests are the Stanford-Binet (SB) and Wechsler
Intelligence Scale for children (WISC). The first is group
intelligence test; while the second is administered on an
individual basis.
Achievement Tests: An achievement test is designed as
a sampling of skills or abilities on specified area of
knowledge. There are several types of achievement test.
Aptitude Tests: These are administered as screening
device for students who wish to enroll in a special school
(such as music, art and science).
Personality Tests: These are generally used for special
placement of students with learning problems. The most
commonly used personality test is the California Test of



1. assessment is one of the most powerful educational tools for promoting

effective learning. It is an integral part in the teaching and learning
process across all levels of education. Therefore, due to assessment being
one of the most significant and important parts in the future of students,
there can be absolutely no doubt that any assessment system now or in
the future will have a major deciding factor in what students learn and the
way in which they carry out that learning.


1. From my teaching experience, I found that many parents or students do

not have correct concepts about learning English, and have negative
experiences related to English learning, which cause frustration in learning
English. This hands-on experience deepened my interest in language
acquisition, learning modes and teaching methods. My purpose in this
paper is to discuss the MI theory and its applications in the classroom as
well as to help students build effective learning strategies for achieving
lifelong learning.
2. A bulletin board permits staff to communicate class time and location
changes to students, thus ensuring they get to their classes, and so their
learning is greatly enhanced.

3. A person cannot keep learning about assessment. However, a student can

participate in classroom that use assessment for learning techniques.
These techniques show students what they are supposed to be learning
for any given chapter or unit being discussed on a particular subject. The
teacher will start off the unit by determining what they student or
students already know, and correct anything that student had
remembered incorrectly. As more information is learned through the unit
being presented, the teacher will access how much a student or students
are picking up, and help them decide what else needs to be learned.



Take many anger management classes, pay attention in front of the

students, like you know what you are talking about, be able to admit that
you don't know an answer, follow a good teaching plan, don't try to be
your students'friends ( find a balance between nice and overbearing),
don't eat in front of your (find a balance between nice and overbearing),
don't eat in front of your the day), and allow for yourself to be taught by
your students because you are never through learning.By following these
rules, I could have a successful career as a teacher someday.


1. This would be the work that the student has done. Perhaps it would
include artwork they have created or some essays that were really well
done for their grade level.
2. agapeTraditional methods of assessing students deals with quantity,
not quality. In other words, if it can be measured with numbers
(quantified) it is easily analyzed and people can draw objective
conclusions about a student. The problem with traditional assessments
is that values cannot be measured. How can you measure effort with
numbers as you would a right or wrong question and answer? If you are
a holistic teacher and wish to measure values, you need to come up
with creative rubrics that somehow quantify an overlooked ability.
3. Every teacher that I have are supportive in what you do. Also they
teach you hard so you can be the best you can be. Even though you
not good at any subject they can get you to be level that you are
suppose to be. It helps me to realize that if I could be a teacher
someday, dont discriminate the students ability.

1. Portfolio assessment is an evaluation tool used to document student
learning through a series of student-developed artifacts. Considered
a form of authentic assessment, it offers an alternative or an
addition to traditional methods of grading and high stakes exams.
2. Portfolio assessments measure a person?s ability over the course
of a semester, whereas traditional assessments only measure ability
at one point in time. It is also considered that portfolio assessments
help teach a person how to take responsibility and traditional does
3. One advantage of a portfolio is that it documents your professional
history. It also helps employers gather information about you.
4. inconsistency which arises due to the project portfolio omitting
other projects in an organization.
5. Questions that you may have about portfolio assessment can vary
depending on the type of portfolio you have. You can ask questions
on the quality, strength, criteria, and time frame.


1. Since learning is a process,assessment should also go within the

process of learning. In other words, before assessing students
achievements in projects, papers and written assignments, there
must be an input,otherwise, the question on what to assess will
be met. as far as I am concerned, the best way to score student
papers, projects and written assignments is through rubric where
set of criteria and levels of performance for each criterion are
determine by the teacher for this employs scientific approach of
evaluating students progress.
2. A rubric or scoring scale is used to assess student performance
along a task specific set of criteria. This can be used in rating
assignments or students project in a more scientific way.
Authentic assessment typically are criterion-referenced
measures. That is, a students aptitude on a task is determined
by matching the students performance against a set of criteria
to determine the degree to which the students performance
meets the criteria for the task. To measure student performance
against pre-determined set of criteria, a rubric or a scoring scale,
is typically created which contains the essential criteria for the
task and appropriate level of performance for each criterion.
Holistic rubric is more scientific when compared to traditional
way of scoring written assignments and students projects.
3. Cooperative learning project should be assessed if an
assignment was done. However, the participation of the
individual students should be factored in as well as the quality of
the final assignment that was if someone just sat back and let
anyone else in the group do all the work, their grade ill not be as
high as someone who actually worked and contributed.
4. Rubric, Portfolio assessment, Formative/Summative test,
Standardized test

5. Teaching-learning process is a multi-dimensional task that

requires the application of various assessment strategies. To
effectively measures the effectiveness of instruction, teachers
can give test to measure the learning achievements of students
along three domains of learning ( Cognitive, Affective and
Psycho-motor). Thus, I can say that variety of assessment
strategies co-exist in one classroom. The teacher should give
clear instruction to all students to make the desired skill to be
measured, be valid and reliable.