Balanced Assessment in The Classroom

The following steps must be taken to create a balanced assessment environment that inspires student engagement: (1) The students must have input in the assessment tasks, (2) the assessment tasks must be clear, valid and reliable, (3) use an array of assessment tasks, (4) must be communicated effectively, and (5) must be on demand and embedded within the classroom. Here are a few examples: (1) Display an exemplar in the classroom, and have students analyze and compare their work with the exemplar (2) inquiry based assessment – students create a question and use inquiry based methods to answer the question, and (3) allow students to create the rubrics. Furthermore, is it vital to communicate progress with students and parents frequently. I found an article which pertains to the topic and found it very helpful – http://www.eduplace.com/state/author/valencia.pdf.

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