Whether you’re an administrator, supervisor, or teacher, you’ve heard of formative assessments and summative assessments.
Are you required to add more and more formative assessment models into your CTE courses? Need help understanding and finding good formative assessment models? When I got my first "two-wheel" bike, it was a pretty scary deal. I didn't know it at the time, but it was filled with "formative assessment."
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I'm the king of silly questions. It's not even a contest, really. I ask some of the most basic, simple, and seemingly idiotic questions you've ever heard--with a completely straight face. And I'm completely serious. Today I have an assessment question of that sort to ask you as a teacher.
I just got back from the Ed-Net conference in Baltimore. The Ed-Net is different from some of the other conferences, in that the focus is on the education industry. Businesses involved in publishing, digital content and more attend to share experiences and pick up on new trends. This year, I learned a lot about delivering student outcomes in CTE.
On Monday we addressed a challenge facing teachers – how to cover standards. Often teachers are faced with meeting standards from multiple sources, finding ways to introduce these topics while providing time for mastery of skills, and assessing students on these skills. At the end of that blog, we posed the question of how do you manage ever-changing standards in your classroom? Today, we would like to offer you one solution.