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Prompt 1: Assessment criteria includes criterion, a characteristic by which the quality of something may be judged, and standards, which are about levels of quality (Sadler, 1987 as cited in Royal Roads University, 2022). I will use four or five criteria for a unit plan summative evaluation as is recommended by Royal Roads University (2022). “Appropriate criteria highlight the most revealing and important aspects of the work (given the goals), not just those parts of the work that are merely easy to see or score” (Wiggins & McTighe, 2005). I will use appropriate assessment criteria to actually assess the students’ work and not just to try to make it easy to grade but actually try to ensure that it is about the quality of the work.
I will use backward design, starting with measurable objectives, to help create a unit plan summative evaluation. “It turns out that any explicit goal in Stage 1 implies the criteria needed in Stage 2, even before a particular task is designed” (Wiggins & McTighe, 2005). This means that if I have a specific measurable objective, I know what criteria needed in Stage 2 is.
Prompt 2:Effective assessment criteria and measurable objectives
When I work with my students, I will share the criteria of the current lesson (Royal Roads University Centre for Teaching & Educational Technologies). This will better prepare my students on how to learn and improve their performance. My students will understand what is expected at the end of the lesson. Also, I will communicate with the parents the assessment criteria. This is to have parents discuss the criteria at home prior to the day of the lesson.
I will discuss the lesson expectations with the students. Then I will explain what the task is and the purpose of the task. After explaining these, I will guide the students in the assigned task and build on their current knowledge. I will observe the students’ task completion and learning outcomes. I will discuss what their “strengths/wins” were and help them create short-term goals to build on their areas of need.
After the lesson, I will collaborate with colleagues on building the next lesson. I will keep the assessment criteria in mind as well as policies, school resources, school curriculum maps, and find examples of assessment criteria from other institutions. For example, I will use visuals in the classroom and justify the assessment by referring to the state standard (p.147, Wiggins, G., & McTighe, J, 2005). I have a poster that displays 100 items for the 100th day of school and I will discuss the standard for the Kindergarten class. I will help my students identify the patterns in the poster and have an interactive activity to lealuvrn the concept of Numbers/items.