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Psychology
Course
Psychology 2062A/B
Professor
Patrick Brown
Semester
Winter

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Creating a high quality classroom: create an outline, create an instructional objectives and identify precisely what concepts or skills you would like students to learn, decide the type of assessments, evaluation of the assessment you have created Assessment: diagnostic tool that helps teachers and students determine what has been learned Context outline: list of the concepts ideas and skills to be covered in the instructional unit that the assessment with measure instructional objective: an intended outcome or learner capability resulting from instruction stated in an observable and measurable way, including an action verb, statement of the conditions necessary for performing the intended behaviour, statement of the degree of correctness required for evaluating acceptability of behaviour traditional assessment: a paper-and-pencil measurement, like a test that students have typically taken to assess learning in public schools constructed-response items: test items that require the test taker to generate an answers, 3 types, short answer, essay and completion selected-response items: test items in which the test taker must choose an answer, four types multiple choice, true/false, two choice and matching instructionally insensitive test: compare student scores to one another, related to achievement that the students started with instructionally sensitive test: focus on increasing student mastery instructionally informative test: focused on why the student is learning essay items: test questions whose answers range from a written paragraph to several pages, higher cognitive processes applications: taking general rules or patterns that have been learned and applying them to new situations or context systematic process in explaining application-based assessments: search for familiar elements in the problems, restructure the problem in familiar context, classify the type of problem, select the suitable concept or rules, use the concept or rule to solve the problem analysis: breaking material down into its constituent parts, break down elements, relationships and organizational principles synthesis: the combing of elements to form a unique whole, creative and inventive process, it is an important cognitive skill evaluation: making judgments about the value of idea, works, solutions, methods or materials for some particular purpose formative evaluations: e
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