There are various assessment strategies. One strategy, questioning, gives insight into students’ understandings and misconceptions and adjusts instruction accordingly. Assessing students before, during, and after instruction guides the teacher in how to modify and adjust instruction to meet the various learning needs of students. Teachers should use a variety of assessment strategies.
Part 1: Assessment Table
Using the math and ELA standards and learning objectives that you created in Topic 1, you will complete the “Assessment Table” graphic organizer that identifies two pre-assessment questions (assessing students’ prior knowledge), two formative assessment questions (assessing students’ progress), and an example of a summative assessment that can aligns to the selected content standard.
Part 2: Reflection
In 250-500 words, summarize and explain your reasoning for choosing the formative assessments, questions, and summative assessment. Include responses to the following:
Support your findings with a minimum of three scholarly sources.
Submit the “Assessment Table” and reflection as one deliverable.