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Summative and Formative Assessment Differentiated

While going over materials on summative and formative assessments, I found the following similarities and more importantly, differences:

In the teaching-learning process both formative and summative assessment are used to gather information and evidences to provide feedback about students’ standing and progress. 723 more words


EDS 113 Module 3B - Assessment FOR, OF, AS Learning

It makes perfect sense to have a summative assessment at the end of a lesson/topic or term. This can be termed “Assessment of Learning” where a teacher gives a test/quiz/project or paper which he/she grades appropriately. 296 more words

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Summative and Formative Assessment: In The Eyes of a Neophyte

My blog title will definitely a mind-boggling to my reader. Neophyte means beginner, freshman or starter and I admit I’m still a beginner with this lesson. 260 more words

Insight And Realizations

Using Google forms for peer-feedback in presentations

This is not innovative, it isn’t new but I thought I would share how we used Google forms as peer assessment during presentations.

I hate presentations. 555 more words


EDU 6658: Issues in Special Education Course Reflection

H4 – Honor family/community involvement in the learning process

I interpret this standard to mean that teacher candidates inform, involve, and collaborated with families in each student’s educational process. 448 more words


Teacher Observation - Questioning

During this observation I watched my mentor teacher start a volleyball unit in PE class. To start the lesson, my mentor asked students if they have played volleyball in the past and about half of the students raised their hands confirming that they had. 369 more words


HOPE Principle Reflection - P3

The P3 principle of the SPU HOPE Principles states, “Teacher candidates use standards-based assessment that is systematically analyzed using multiple formative, summative, and self-assessment strategies to monitor and improve instruction”. 641 more words