Forms of Assessment

Where can I find resources on assessment?

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Leilani Carbonell Pedroni

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This WRL contains resources about different forms of assessment.

Assessment Tools
    •Bernajean Porters Scoring Guide
Have your students use the scoring guide to assess digital storytelling. Includes scoring guides for narrative, informative/expository, and persuasive writing.
    •Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Assessment
A collection of assessment rubrics and graphic organizers that may be helpful to you as you design your own.
    •Landmark Project Rubric Builder
My eCoach partner, The Landmark Project founded by David Warlick, provides an easy to use and customizable rubric builder.
    •NCRELs Student Scoring Guides
Develop custom scoring guides using the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) scoring guide for student products tool. Includes writing guides for narrrative, information/expository, persuasive and environment.
    •Project-based Learning Checklists
Age-appropriate, customizable project checklists for written reports, multimedia projects, oral presentations, and science projects.
    •RubiStar-Create Rubrics for your Project-Based Learning Activities
RubiStar is a tool to help the teacher who wants to use rubrics but does not have the time to develop them from scratch. RubiStar provides generic rubrics that can simply be printed and used for many typical projects and research assignments. The unique thing about RubiStar, however, is that it provides these generic rubrics in a format that can be customized. The teacher can change almost all suggested text in the rubric to make it fit their own project.
    •Teachnology Assessment Tools
Rubric generator tools that cover reading, writing, science, math, and much, much more.
Authentic Assessment
    •Authentic Assessment in Mathematics
    •Funderstanding - Authentic Assessment
High Stakes Testing
    •Using Data to Drive School Improvement
Gathering data in a school means looking at students, teachers, and the school community in a variety of ways. This resource list will provide you some starting points in your analysis of student learning data, demographic data, perceptions data, and program data.

Last updated: January 18 2006, 10:38 am
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