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in this document.
||Process of judging student behavior or product;
comprehends evaluation and testing. it may include rating scales, observation checklists, content analysis and/or interviews.
||Written observations by the teacher; it provides a continuous account
of student behavior while learning.
||Rapid suggestion of ideas and discussion on a specific theme/subject
without taking time to evaluate each one.
||An assessment technique based on clustering used to determine how well
a student understand concepts and relationships.
||The unity of aspects that connects content in order to give meaning
||Knowledge, skills, and understanding that students
should acquire to attain competency in different areas.
||Statement of both the content and methodology of teaching a course
of sequence of courses; a content guide.
||Process of interpreting our making judgements about assessment data
to determine the extent of achievement of instructional objectives.
||Tests administered during the process of learning.
||An ongoing written record of a student's thoughts based on self-selected
topics of personal interest.
||A rating indicating the level of attainment of a desired
quality; a percentage of correct answers on a given
test. In criterion-referenced assessment, assessment
is specified as degrees of attainment (a score or a
rating) based on what is possible.
||The quality of student attainment required to demonstrate his/her competency
level in a subject area.
||A collection of forms of evidence written or otherwise based
on learning and classroom experiences.
||Relationship between encoding and decoding language and putting it
down on paper.
||One who gets a message, decodes it and may react upon it.
||An established set of criteria for scoring or rating
student's tests, portfolios and/or performance.
||One who transmit a message.
||Tests given/taken at the end of the learning process
to ascertain learning competencies.
||A series of short, uninterrupted public speeches,
often involving a panel of experts.
||Rules of conduct/behavior whose purpose is to do
good and avoid evil.