edl525 | Graduate
Accountability And Evaluation
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Evaluation of Curriculum
- Identify methods of evaluating curriculum.
- Investigate the teacher leader’s role in evaluation of curriculum.
- Analyze components of curriculum evaluation.
- Differentiate between formative and summative assessment.
- Examine the five types of traditional test formats.
- Identify strategies to increase the reliability and validity of traditional tests.
- Analyze types of summative assessments.
- Investigate the teacher leader’s role in assessment.
- Examine the labeling systems of schools.
- Discuss accountability systems at the district, state, national and international level.
- Compare and contrast norm-referenced tests and criterion-referenced tests.
- Investigate the teacher leader’s role in school accountability.
- Practice interpreting norm-referenced and/or criterion-referenced test data.
- Analyze appropriate uses of authentic assessments.
- Identify strategies to increase the reliability and validity of authentic assessments.
- Evaluate characteristics of rubrics.
- Create a rubric aligned to an authentic assessment.
Overview of Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability
- Define assessment, evaluation and accountability.
- Analyze the relationship of assessment, evaluation and accountability.
- Examine the evolution of assessment and accountability.
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