Choosing The Right Assessments For Your Students-HSU Course

$65.00

Humboldt State University Subject & Catalog: EDUC x701
Class Number: 27315
Units: 1
Price: $115

*This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s academic credit fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit you completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your credit units.

(1 Credit Unit From HSU) In this course you will learn new strategies for implementing assessments into the classroom and explore a variety of topics to help you use assessments effectively in the student learning process. Each assessment type and assessment item will be described in detail, and you will learn to align the appropriate assessment item to each objective and task based on the level of rigor required for students to show mastery of an idea. You will be able to construct targeted and effective diagnostic, formative, and summative assessments, in addition to building clear criteria for rubrics to better assess, track, and support your students. Through activities, templates, and reference guides, you will build a strategic assessment plan for an upcoming lesson cycle that is aligned to student expectations, targeted, and measurable. You will apply fresh new ideas to developing your assessments in the classroom and will learn to better impact and improve student progress for your entire class.

Description

Humboldt State University Subject & Catalog: EDUC x701
Class Number: 27315
Units: 1
Price: $115

*This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s academic credit fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit you completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your credit units.

(1 Credit Unit From HSU) In this course you will learn new strategies for implementing assessments into the classroom and explore a variety of topics to help you use assessments effectively in the student learning process. Each assessment type and assessment item will be described in detail, and you will learn to align the appropriate assessment item to each objective and task based on the level of rigor required for students to show mastery of an idea. You will be able to construct targeted and effective diagnostic, formative, and summative assessments, in addition to building clear criteria for rubrics to better assess, track, and support your students. Through activities, templates, and reference guides, you will build a strategic assessment plan for an upcoming lesson cycle that is aligned to student expectations, targeted, and measurable. You will apply fresh new ideas to developing your assessments in the classroom and will learn to better impact and improve student progress for your entire class.