Learning Assessment Strategies

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FS 5:

FORM 1 for FS 5
(For Field Study Student and Mentor)
Documenting and Assessing Student Progress

1. List the procedures you follow to correct different types of student work (e.g., daily papers, homework, tests, projects, etc.)

 Hands- on exercises everyday with proper monitoring of every student or every group of the class.
 Visual presentation of the said procedure.
 Showing of possible mistakes that students commit.

2. List the methods you use to record student progress (e.g., gradebook, anecdotal notes, progress charts, etc.)

 Rubrics
 Checklist

3. List any time-saving tips you have discovered for correcting papers or recording information.

 On the spot checking of the activities
 Discussions of the correct answers in the class (that way, answers can be explained)

4. What is your schools’ policy for grading and maintaining student records? Permanent record folders? Subject-related progress charts?

 Permanent record folders- teachers should always be giving related activities to the students according to the subject matter. All of it should be graded so that students as well as the teacher will see the progress, the strengths and weaknesses of the students which the teacher can assess properly in such a way that the students’ records will be noted carefully.

FORM 2 for FS 5
(For Field Study Student and Field Study Teacher)
Assessing Student Activities: Product vs. Process
Many classrooms are using an eclectic approach that involves both the process and the product. Discuss how you assess your students.

SHARE YOUR PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR THE FOLLOWING:

1. How do you score student papers, projects, and written assignments? Are there certain procedures to follow? Explain.
• As a future teacher the best way to score…...

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