This course includes topics on assessing student knowledge and skills, both quantitatively and qualitatively. It includes concepts such as the Assessment Cycle, collaborative analysis of student work, data-driven decision making, interpretation and reporting of data, and communicating assessment results to parents. Skills such as description, analysis, and reflection are emphasized. This course highlights teacher responsibilities in assessment of diverse learners and promotes ethics in testing. A minimum of 10 hours of fieldwork is required.
Prerequisite(s): BA/MST Adolescence Ed., MST Childhood Ed. and MST Adolescence Ed. majors only; EDU5130 (Assessment in Education I: Theories and Conceptual Frameworks).
Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.
Felony Questionnaire Required.