Pre- and post-assessments are used to assess the learning that takes place from participating in a learning activity. The pre-assessment is given to students before instruction, in order to determine their prior knowledge of the topic, or inaccurate knowledge, which is sometimes the case. After students have participated in the unit, they are given the post-assessment, which can be the same as the pre-assessment, a modified version, or something comparable that measures the same concepts.Comparing students’ pre- and post-assessment results enables the teacher to determine whether the instruction was effective in increasing student knowledge and performance of the intended learning goals and measurable objectives.
To complete STEP Standard 3, collaborate with your cooperating teacher/mentor to design pre- and post-assessments for your instructional unit that align to state content standards and measure the intended learning objectives.
Complete the Pre- and Post-Assessment tables in Standard 3, and arrange with your cooperating teacher/mentor to administer the pre-assessment to the students in your class. After administering the pre-assessment, answer the questions in STEP Standard 3.APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite.
Note: You are expected to teach the unit by the end of Topic 8.
|Pre-Assessment – Copy and paste the pre-assessment you plan to use to assess the students’ knowledge of the topic prior to implementing the unit lessons. Include the scoring criteria used to determine whether the student Exceeds, Meets, Approaches, or Falls Far Below the learning goal and measurable objectives.|
|Copy and paste, or insert a picture of the pre-assessment.|
|Pre-Assessment Data: Whole Class – Once you have assessed your students’ knowledge on the topic, collect and analyze the pre-assessment data to determine if you will need to modify the standards, learning goal, or measurable objectives that will be addressed during instruction.
Pre-Test: Administer, collect, and score the pre-test. Enter data in the Table for Whole Class Pre-Test Results by LG.Complete. Replace information with your information. Delete or add columns as needed by highlighting the area, right click, enter “De Delete” or Insert.”” “
|Number of Students|
|Falls Far Below||#|
|Pre-Assessment Analysis: Whole Class|
|Based on the data above, what changes, if any, will you make to your selection of national or state academic content standards, the learning goal, or measurable objectives?|
|Based on the data above, describe in 1-3 paragraphs the effect this data could have on the planning, delivery, and assessment of your unit.|
|Post-Assessment – Copy and paste the post-assessment you plan to use to assess the students’ knowledge of the topic after implementing the unit lessons. The post-assessment can be the same as the pre-assessment, a modified version, or something comparable that measures the same concepts. Include the scoring criteria used to determine whether the student Exceeds, Meets, Approaches, or Falls Far Below the learning goal and measurable objectives.|
|Copy and paste, or insert a picture of the post-assessment.|
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