8 edition of A teacher"s guide to performance-based learning and assessment found in the catalog.
by Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in Alexandria Va
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-290) and indexes.
|Other titles||Performance-based learning and assessment|
|Statement||educators in Connecticut"s Pomperaug Regional School District 15, serving the towns of Southbury and Middlebury ; K. Michael Hibbard ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Hibbard, K. Michael., Pomperaug Regional School District 15 (Middlebury and Southbury, Conn.), Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.|
|LC Classifications||LC1032 .T43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||96009979|
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The author provides detailed information on how teachers can integrate academic language instruction into the content area classroom in order to enhance students' learning and support effective assessment. The book includes excellent discussions of performance-based assessment; student self-assessment; standardized testing; and classroom-based. Assessment should be the central aspect of classroom practice that links curriculum, teaching, and learning. Unfortunately, however, assessment is pri-marily used by teachers to assign grades at the end of a unit of instruction and to differentiate the successful students from the unsuccessful. Teachers .
instruction. Teachers can use performance assessment to obtain a rich and complete picture of what students know and are able to do (Elliott, ). With these data, teachers can enhance the quality of their lessons by create appropriate and engaging lessons, and involve students within the entire learning assessment process. Some principals make a point of viewing new teachers' lesson plans on a weekly basis so they can provide on-the-spot assistance throughout the school year. This article was adapted from The New Teacher's Complete Sourcebook: Grades K–4 by Bonnie P. Murray (© , Scholastic). ×
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Performance tasks build on earlier content knowledge, progress skills, and work habits. They are not add-ons at the end of instruction, but an integral part of the learning and an opportunity to assess the quality of student performance.
This guide was written by teachers to share their experiences in the introduction of performance based assessment in a school by: 2.
This item: Teacher's Guide to Performance-Based Learning and Assessment by K Michael Hibbard Paperback $ Available to ship in days. Ships from and sold by by: Choose from more than 40 teacher-tested tasks, including portfolios, exhibitions, and written assignments.
All the tools you need to grade and report on the tasks are included. Assessment lists, rubrics, and other tools help ensure that you develop rigorous classroom tasks that teach students lifelong learning : K. Michael Hibbard. (Figure 1). Performance-based learning and assessment are not a curriculum design.
Whereas you decide what to teach, performance-based learning and assessment constitute a better way to deliver your curriculum. Teachers do not have to "give up" units of study or favorite activities in a performance-based classroom. About This Book. This book describes a Connecticut school district's approach to teaching and learning that balances basic instruction with performance-based learning and assessment, using tools such as performance tasks, benchmarks, assessment lists, rubrics, and portfolios.
More broadly, performance assessment is part of an approach to teaching and learning that values application over rote memorization. An ASCD publication says, “In the act of learning, people obtain content knowledge, acquire skills, and develop work habits—and practice the application of all three to ‘real world’ situations.”.
Hibbard, K.M. Teacher’s Guide to Performance-Based Learning and Assessment. This is a fully online multi-chapter review of Performance Based Learning. Although heavily on K education, the concepts and explanations are readily adaptable to the Community College environment.
TEACHERS’ GUIDE TO ASSESSMENT 7 In Targeted teaching: How better use of data can improve student learning,7 Goss and Hunterindicate that a rigorous use of evidence supports the process of formative assessment to improve teaching and learning.
Teachers should start by developing a clear understanding of where each student is at in. The Teacher's Guide.
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PERFORMANCE-BASED LEARNING & ASSESSMENT the act of learning, people obtain content knowledge, acquire skills, and develop work habits—and practice the application of all three to “real world” situations represent a set of strategies for the acquisition and application of knowledge, skills, and work habits through the performance of tasks.
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Performance-based learning and performance-based assessment is a system of learning and assessment that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a learning environment that embraces their higher-order thinking skills, as well as relating it to real-world situations (Performance-Based Learning and assessment, n.d.).
A performance-based assessment is open-ended and without a single, correct answer, and it should demonstrate authentic learning, such as the creation of a newspaper or class debate.
The benefit of performance-based assessments is that students who are more actively involved in the learning process absorb and understand the material at a much.
A teacher's guide to performance-based learning and assessment Author: K Michael Hibbard ; Pomperaug Regional School District 15 (Middlebury and Southbury, Conn.) ; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Performance assessment: This assessment measures how well students apply their knowledge, skills, and abilities to authentic problems.
The key feature is that it. Providing vision, leadership and support for quality teaching and learning of languages, ACTFL is an individual membership organization of more t language educators and administrators from elementary through graduate education, as well as government and industry.
Students Are Not Used to Active Learning Many students feel like passive participants in their education—and many education experiences lead them to that—so teachers who want to set up powerful PBL experiences first need to guide students to take the lead in their learning.
Solution: Include student voice above choice. People own their. • Access the Learning Games Educator Guide. • Note that Learning Games are available to students if the school is using i-Ready Mathematics and has enabled the use of the games for students.
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This book is a guide to help teachers develop performance-based curriculum projects that include authentic assessments.
Section 1, Project-Based (or Performance-Based) Learning and Performance Assessment, describes and gives a rationale for this type of learning and assessment and project-based classrooms. It also notes the role of teachers and discusses performance assessment and .A teacher's guide to performance-based learning and assessment by Hibbard, K.
Michael ; Pomperaug Regional School District 15 (Middlebury and Southbury, Conn.) ; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.A performance-based assessment is a type of assessment that requires students to perform a task using skills learned in class.
It differs from traditional standardized and multiple choice tests in.