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Nt1310 Unit 4 Assignment

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After designing this assessment and explaining the relevance of it to the students, I told them that there were four particular items that I was assessing during this exercise. The rubric for the assignment has four key items that I am using to judge student performance, which were based on their roles. One, the role of the researcher. Did they keep the group on task, help the group understand the document, did they give background knowledge of said document, etc. Two, the role of the summarizer. Both students in the group had the summarization role. However, I was looking to see if the included all the main points of the Fireside chat document. Three, the role of the illustrator. Did they use detailed illustrations or significant elements of the document? Finally, I was looking for application of technology. Did the Word cloud or wordle demonstrates an effective understanding of the document. The use of the rubric will be communicated to the students by explaining that each …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the rubric for the assignment has four key items that they are using to judge student performance, which were based on their roles.
  • Explains that the evidence of student learning will be collected through the administration/collection of this assessment. students are being tested on elements of the pre-test that they did not score well on.

Students are being tested on elements that were seen on their pre-test. More specifically, the students are being tested on elements of the pre-test that they did not score well on. After more than four weeks of instruction on these elements, this assessment will project the evidence of student learning in regard to five specific learning goals. I will collect this data by having students complete the test with their answers for this assessment. By using a multiple choice test, students can receive immediate feedback on their assessment because a machine automatically tabulates correct and incorrect answers as the test is fed through the machine. My rationale for this data-collection method is based on the fact that it provides immediate feedback to the students and myself. Quick turnaround is essential when evaluating the evidence of student

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