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Types of Program Evaluation

Authentic' or Work-Integrated Assessment
Authentic' or Work-Integrated Assessment

Authenic Assessment in Work Integrated Learning ... In relation to authentic assessment, ... program or write a business report or project planning

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Criterion Referenced Assessment
Criterion Referenced Assessment

On criterion-referenced tests, it is not only possible, but desirable, for every student to pass the test or earn a perfect score. Criterion-referenced tests have been compared to driver’s-license exams, which require would-be drivers to achieve a minimum passing score to earn a license.

Diagnostic Assessment
Diagnostic Assessment

This diagnostic evaluation will inform our instructional focus for your child. In our reading clinic, every child receives an individual program based on his or her assessment results. A few weeks after the clinic sessions end, you will receive a copy of your child’s diagnostic evaluation.

Dynamic Assessment
Dynamic Assessment

Dynamic assessment aids the instructor in understanding where a student's ZPD is. Although the term dynamic assessment implies a type of evaluation, it isn't really. The purpose of assessment is to discover what a student already knows. Dynamic assessment blends teaching and assessing into a singular activity.

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Formative Assessment
Formative Assessment

Formative assessment The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning.

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Ipsative Assessment
Ipsative Assessment

What is ipsative assessment and why would I use it? | Posted by John Kleeman As I’m writing this, I’ve just got back from the gym, where I beat my personal best distance on an exercise bike.

Summative Assessment
Summative Assessment

Summative assessment The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit by comparing it against some standard or benchmark. Summative assessments are often high stakes, which means that they have a high point value.

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Synoptic Assessment
Synoptic Assessment

Synoptic assessment, therefore, is ‘a form of assessment which tests candidates’ understanding of connections between different elements of a subject’. How will the synoptic units have been taught to me? Synoptic assessment is part of all A2 specifications.