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EED 400 ENTIRE COURSE

EED 400 Week 1 Personal Thoughts on Assessment
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Assessment Article Scavenger Hunt
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College of Education Resources page: State-Specific Resources Toolkit
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Open the College of Education Resources page.
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Click the˙State-Specific Resources Toolkit.
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Select your state.
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Select your state?s Department of Education.
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Locate the Assessment section of your state?s Department of Education website.
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Review˙what is happening in your state with assessment.

Identify˙the information and support your state provides for classroom teachers in regards to assessment.

Write˙a 700- to 1,050-word paper on your personal thoughts and experiences regarding assessments and your state?s assessment expectations. If possible, investigate and include the assessment expectations at your local school or school district.

Include˙one paragraph on each of the following:

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Regarding assessment, describe one positive personal experience.
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Regarding assessment, describe one negative personal experience.
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Based on your educational experiences, what is the purpose of assessment?
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Based on your educational experiences, what is the value of assessment?
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What is your opinion about the assessments administered in schools today?
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How do your personal thoughts about assessment compare to your state?s assessment expectations? If possible, investigate and include the assessment expectations at your local school or school district.
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Include˙at least one of the articles you found in the Assessment Article Scavenger Hunt.

Create˙an infographic that you might use with parents to explain your approach to assessment and how that approach to assessment supports your state?s assessments.

Format˙your paper according to APA guidelines.

Submit˙your paper and infographic to the Assignment Files tab.

EED 400 Week 1 Personal Thoughts on Assessment

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EED 400 Week 2 Instructional Objectives
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College of Education Resources page: Assessment Toolkit
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P21.org
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Review˙the ?Instructional Guide for Developing Student Learning Objectives.?

Access˙and review˙

Identify˙an integrated instructional unit with which you are familiar.˙This might be a unit you developed for a previous course, a unit that you would like to teach, or a published instructional unit.

Identify˙the academic standards and 21st-century skills that integrated instructional unit supports.

Create˙one high quality instructional objective for each of the following academic areas: math, reading, social studies, and science, and one high quality instructional objective for at least two different 21st-century skills. The instructional objectives need to support the integrated instructional unit and be aligned to the CCSS or similar standards adopted by your state.

Develop˙a 7- to 10-slide presentation that includes:

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an overview of the integrated instructional unit, including the source of that unit
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the adoption and current use of the CCSS or similar standards in your state
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the elementary grade level that your identified integrated instructional unit and instructional objectives are intended for
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an explanation of why you selected the identified academic standards and 21st-century skills
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Include˙one appropriate method of assessment for each of your instructional objectives (objective test, authentic-type assessment, portfolio), and explain why you have chosen these methods of assessment.

Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

EED 400 Week 2 Instructional Objectives

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EED 400 Week 3 Objective Test Assignment
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College of Education Resources: Technology Resource Library
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Tips for Designing Teacher-Made Tests
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Review˙the Assessment Tools tab in the Technology Resource Library.

Select˙one of the following goals for a particular elementary grade level:

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The students will understand the principles of multiplication.
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The students will comprehend the causes of earthquakes.
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The students will infer meaning from a story.
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The students will understand the events that led to the Civil Rights Movement.
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Find˙an appropriate state standard from your state?s academic standards.

Write˙a measurable objective, for a particular elementary grade level, based on the related content in that state standard.

Create˙an objective test with a key for scoring. The test must be a minimum of 20 questions and vary in format every five questions. Format options for objective tests include multiple choice, fill in the blank, true or false, short answer, or matching test items.

Add˙three best practices for assessment modifications and accommodations for both special education students and English language learners.

Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

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EED 400 Week 3 Objective Test Assignment

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EED 400 Week 4 Standardized Testing Interview Questions and Presentation
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Complete˙all elements of this assignment as a team.

Develop˙a list of at least 10 open-ended interview questions about standardized testing. The questions must address the following topics:

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The uses and purposes of standardized testing
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The effects of standardized testing on students, teachers, parents, and administrators
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The effect of standardized testing on education
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Ethical issues regarding standardized testing
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Interview˙one teacher, one student, one parent, and one administrator to discover their experiences and views regarding standardized testing using the 10 questions you developed.

Present˙your findings in a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft?˙PowerPoint?˙presentation.˙Remember to use the notes section for the majority of your text. The slide portion should contain key ideas, etc.

Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

EED 400 Week 4 Standardized Testing Interview Questions and Presentation

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EED 400 Week 4 Self-Assessment of Dispositions
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Complete˙the Self-Assessment of Dispositions.

Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

You will receive 2 points for your timely reflective submission.

EED 400 Week 4 Self-Assessment of Dispositions

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EED 400 Week 4 Authentic Assessment Reflection Paper
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Resources:˙Karl Taro Greenfeld?s article ?My Daughter?s Homework is Killing Me? and Alfie Kohn?s article ?The Case Against Grading?

Write˙a 700- to 1,050-word reflective paper on the role of homework and grading in authentic assessment.

Respond˙to the following:

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Provide your informed opinion on Greenfeld?s and Kohn?s views on homework and grading. Do you agree or disagree with their contentions? Why?
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Are homework and grading necessary forms of assessment in elementary school? Why or why not?
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Can homework be assigned in such a way as to consider it authentic assessment?
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Provide two examples of possible homework assignments that could be used as authentic assessment.
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Are there alternatives to grading? If so, describe.
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Include˙in-text citations and references correctly formatted according to APA guidelines.

Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

EED 400 Week 4 Authentic Assessment Reflection Paper

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EED 400 Week 5 21st-Century Assessment Workshop Presentation
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Develop˙a comprehensive professional development workshop on assessment in the 21st century.

Create˙a 20- to 24-slide presentation, including the slides your team prepared in Weeks 2 and 3.

Add˙additional slides to include the following:

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Description of authentic assessment
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Description of standardized assessment
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Examples of each types of assessment
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Examples of best practices in assessing diverse learners
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Ethical issues in assessment
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Assessment of 21st-century skills
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Examples and explanation of the use of technology with assessment
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Differentiate between grading and assessment
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Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

EED 400 Week 5 21st-Century Assessment Workshop Presentation

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EED 400 Week 5 21st-Century Assessment Workshop Presentation
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Develop˙a comprehensive professional development workshop on assessment in the 21st century.

Create˙a 20- to 24-slide presentation, including the slides your team prepared in Weeks 2 and 3.

Add˙additional slides to include the following:

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Description of authentic assessment
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Description of standardized assessment
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Examples of each types of assessment
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Examples of best practices in assessing diverse learners
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Ethical issues in assessment
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Assessment of 21st-century skills
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Examples and explanation of the use of technology with assessment
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Differentiate between grading and assessment
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Click˙the Assignment Files tab to submit your work.

EED 400 Week 5 21st-Century Assessment Workshop Presentation

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