news iconBook Launch: October 27 - 30 AASL 15th National Conference & Exhibition in Minneapolis, MN

 

The authors all appeared at the Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. booth at AASL where they signed books for the newly released Teaching for Inquiry: Engaging the Learner Within.

 

Visit the publisher online at http://www.neal-schuman.com/

 

Authors also made other presentations at the conference.

 

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Assessing Your Learning

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Chapter
4 Questions

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Next to each question, we use the revised Bloom's Taxonomy to indicate the level of learning that the assessment represents.

  1. Categorize the following as either core, clarifying or enriching information. [Apply]
    • Question
    • Testimonial
    • Fact
    • Example
    • Mnemonic
    • Concept
  2. What is the difference between informative and motivational feedback and when should each be given? [Understand]
  3. Of a concept map or task analysis, which would be most appropriate for a lesson on each of the following topics? [Apply]
    • Finding a book on the shelf.
    • Understanding the difference between fiction and nonfiction.
    • Recognizing to which genre a group of books belongs.
    • Searching a database.
    • Ordering a book from interlibrary loan.
  4. Which of the following activities is best to use to allow students to share their thoughts and insights about what they have learned: independent practice, modeling, or reflection? [Understand]
  5. Why is it critical to match assessments with lesson benchmarks and content? [Understand]

Answers to Assessing Your Learning: Chapter 4