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Topic 0020: Assessment vs Evaluation

What is the difference between “assessment” and “evaluation?”

Assessment is the process of objectively understanding the state or condition of a thing, by observation and measurement. Assessment of teaching means taking a measure of its effectiveness. “Formative” assessment is measurement for the purpose of improving it. “Summative” assessment is what we normally call “evaluation.”

Evaluation is the process of observing and measuring a thing for the purpose of judging it and of determining its “value,” either by comparison to similar things, or to a standard. Evaluation of teaching means passing judgment on it as part of an administrative process.

Ideally, a fair and comprehensive plan to evaluate teaching would incorporate many data points drawn from a broad array of teaching dimensions. Such a plan would include not only student surveys, but also self-assessments, documentation of instructional planning and design, evidence of scholarly activity to improve teaching, and most importantly, evidence of student learning outcomes.

Reference: http://www.itlal.org/?q=node/93

 

 

Assessment and Rubric

Assessment of student mastery of content takes many forms. This pages includes support materials for assessments and rubrics for many different assessment products. Those a selected assessments and rubrics that related to art and design. These will expose us with some idea on how designing a good assessment and rubric to enhance the learning outcome.

  1. Content-Analysis-Evaluation-Form-2006
  2. Element of Design Rubric
  3. Design Project Assessment Rubric
  4. Multimedia Project Rubric
  5. Multimedia Project Rubric
  6. Basic Video Rubric
  7. Video Project Rubric
  8. Storyboard Rubric
  9. Reflective Essay
  10. Reflective Essay
  11. Research Paper Rubric
  12. Visual Art Rubrics
  13. Online Discussion and Protocol Rubric
  14. Online Discussion and Development Rubric
  15. Case Study Guideline and Rubric
  16. Evidence-based Writing Rubric
  17. Research Paper Reflection
  18. E-Portfolio Rubric
  19. Teaching Portfolio
  20. Presentation Rubric

Rubric Template

  1. Rubric Template 01
  2. Rubric Template 02

Source taken from: http://www.schrockguide.net/assessment-and-rubrics.html