Assessment in the Classroom: The Key to Good Instruction by Carolyn Callahan, Frances Karnes Ph.D., Kristen Stephens

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A rubric for scoring work habits Note. Compiled from “Students Helping Students” by C. Shepardson, 2001, Parenting for High Potential, p. 4, 30. â•‹Reprinted with permission. THEâ•‹Practical Strategies SERIES in Gifted Education Student Name:�������������������������������������������������� For each item below rate the student’s behavior based on the following scale: 1. The student nearly always exhibits this behavior (> 90% of the time) 2. The student usually exhibits this behavior (more than half of the time) 3.

A dance). And, as expected, Wiggins considers the content to be important. , depth, insightfulness, power, expertise), and aptness (focus) within this category. Wiggins also provides examples of ways in which exemplary models have been collected that set the highest level of performance required for gifted students. Looking at the work of older students and examining the models of experts can help students articulate ascending levels of expertise. Students might also identify accomplished works and develop criteria for 37 38 Assessment In The Classroom achieving high levels of performance from their own understanding of excellence.

Yes No Are my goals ones I can reach and that challenge me? Yes No Have I included a way to respond to my portfolio? Yes No Figure 7. Student Checklist for reviewing portfolios Note. From Portfolios: Clarifying, Constructing, and Enhancing (p. 252), by N. J. Johnson and L. M. Rose, 1997, Lancaster, PA: Technomic. Copyright ©1997 by Rowman & Littlefield Education. Reprinted with permission. Formative Self-Assessment Data Teachers can also help students collect data for self-assessment. Regularly presenting two multiple-choice or openended response questions at the beginning or end of a class, and then providing time for a quick review of answers and any 29 30 Assessment In The Classroom clarification questions will give students a sense of how well they are grasping concepts and learning new skills.

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