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Assessment Of Learning
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Assessment in Adult Education
- Analyze the types of summative assessment used in adult learning environments.
- Create appropriate rubrics for summative assessments.
- Explore the purposes of assessment in adult education.
Using Assessment to Improve Instruction
- Describe effective assessment techniques.
- Compare and contrast traditional and authentic assessment.
- Create appropriate rubrics for authentic assessments.
- Analyze the use of assessment to improve instruction and learning.
Analysis and Reporting of Evaluations
- Examine the purpose and process of evaluation reporting.
- Identify data sources for evaluation.
- Explore data analysis for evaluation
Evaluation, Principles and Purposes
- Compare and contrast assessment and program evaluation.
- Examine the reasons why programs are evaluated.
- Understand how to prepare a needs assessment.
- Examine a variety of program evaluation approaches.
- Explore ways to determine learner, employee, or client satisfaction.
- Examine decision making in evaluation.
- Describe effective evaluation models.
Overview of Assessment
- Differentiate between three types of assessments used to measure student learning.
- Explain why the steps of the assessment process are necessary to drive instruction in an organization.
- Define assessment and how it is used in learning environments.
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