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PLT: Assessment and Evaluation Procedures Review

Formal Assessment Standardized assessments that have data to support the conclusions drawn from the test.
Informal Assessment Non-standardized procedures for obtaining information that can be used to make judgements about children's learning.
Diagnostic Assessment Assessment that occurs before instruction to identify students' current knowledge and skills.
Formative Assessment Ongoing assessment that occurs during instruction to provide feedback and information to both the student and teacher.
Summative Assessment Assessment that occurs at the end of instruction, providing feedback about the teaching and learning process.
Self-assessment Students independently assess their own work, judge the degree to which it meets set criteria, and revise it accordingly.
Peer-assessment Students assess the work of their peers, judging the degree to which it meets set criteria, and provide constructive feedback.
Performance Assessment An assessment that measures what students can do with what they know, rather than how much they know.
Rubric A scoring tool that contains a list of criteria along with a description of how each criterion can be demonstrated at multiple levels of performance
Analytic Checklist A scoring tool that contains a list of criteria that are simply evaluated as being demonstrated or not.
Scoring Guide A document that identifies what you are intended to accomplish in a given assessment, and clarifies how it will be assessed.
Anecdotal Record Written observations that record milestones particular to a child's social, emotional, physical, and/or cognitive development.
Continuum A sequenced progression of behaviors and abilities that provides a diagnostic framework for mapping students’ developmental progress.
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