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FIELD STUDY 5

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FIELD STUDY 5

  1. 1. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Analysis 1. Did you observe assessment practices for the three (3) forms of assessment? Explain your answer.  Not all the three forms of Assessment is executed,“Assessment as Learning” is the only one that we’re able to observe. This is when teacher is asking questions to her students while she is discussing her lesson and when she let her students to answer an activity from their book. While for the two types we are not able to observe because for the “Assessment for Learning” she did not gave any test (pretest) to her student before she start to discuss her lesson and “Assessment of Learning” because it is a summative test and the topic is newly discussed that’s why the teacher cannot gave a Unit test to the student. 2. Are results of assessment OF learning affected by the observance/implementation of assessment FOR learning? Explain your answer.  For me, even though we’re not able to observe the “assessment for learning”. I can say that “Assessment of learning” has a big effect in the implementation of “Assessment for learning”. Because by the help of Assessment of learning, the teacher will know what techniques or strategies he/she will going to use for the next lesson. Example is if the students passed or failed on their Unit test (Assessment of Learning) the teacher will know the weakness of his/her student and she can use it to improve her strategies for the next lesson. 3. Based on your observations, to what extent is Assessment AS learning (self-assessment) practiced compared to Assessment FOR (formative) and OF Learning (summative)?  Assessment as learning was practiced so the student can have a reflection on the things that they have learned. For them to know the things that they are good and to know what are their needs as a learner.
  2. 2. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process 4. Which phrase refers to assessment FOR learning? Assessment OF learning? Assessment AS learning? DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2015 states: “Assessment is a process that is used to keep track of learners’ progress in relation to learning standards . . . , to promote self-reflection and personal accountability among students about their own learning and to provide bases for the profiling of student performance on the learning competencies and standards of the curriculum.”  “Assessment is a process that is used to keep track of learners’ progress in relation to learning standards” is referring to “Assessment for learning” and “to promote self-reflection and personal accountability among students about their own learning” is for “Assessment as Learning” And the last phrase “to provide bases for the profiling of student performance on the learning competencies and standards of the curriculum.” refers to “Assessment for Learning”
  3. 3. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Reflections Writeyour reflections on the following: 1. As a student, did you like assessment? Do students like assessment? Why or why not?  As a student, assessment has a great help to me because it is helping me to assess or to reflect on my knowledge. It is also helping me to know what is my strength and what are the things that need for improvement. Lastly, by having an assessment I can know if I have learned for the lesson that we are having. 2. What can you do to eliminate students’ fear of assessment? Can frequent formative assessment (Formative assessment) reduce if not eliminate fear of assessment?  For me, to eliminate students’ fear on assessment is the teacher should give activities that get the interest of the students, they should give activities that will engage student’s cognitive, psychomotor and affective skills. 3. Do you like the idea and practice of self-assessment (assessment AS learning)? Why or why not?  Yes, because self assessment can help the learners and the teachers to know the things that they need to improve that they can apply for the next lesson.
  4. 4. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Learning Activities Resource Teacher: Mrs. Lucia L. Frencillo Teacher’s Signature: Date: January 27, 1997 School: New Buenavista Academy Grade/Year Level: Grade 9 - Faith Subject Area: English Which of the following principles were observed by the Resource Teacher? Principles of Assessment Observations (Describe observed behaviours of the Resource Teacher that is/are aligned to each principle). 1. Make use of varied tools for assessment data gathering and multiple sources of assessment data. It is not pedagogically sound to rely on just one source of data gathered by only one assessment tool. Consider multiple intelligence's and learning styles. Which assessment tools did Resource Teacher use?  She make the Paper and Pencil Test and the activities in the books for the learner’s assessment. 2. Learners must be given feedback about their performance. Feedback must be specific. ‘Good work1” is positive feedback and is welcome but actually is not a very good feedback since it is not specific. A more specific better feedback is ‘You observed rules on subject-verb agreement and variety of sentences. Three of your commas were misplaced.” Give examples of comments of teachers on students’ work/answer.  The discussion is a teacher-centered, the teacher is the only one who is speaking. There are instances that students are speaking bu I can barely count it in my hands. Also, the teacher is not giving feedback whenever her students is reciting. 3. Assessment should be on real-world application and not on out-of-context drills. How was this demonstrated?  This principle is done when the teacher is sharing her experience about her favorite pastry shop and how it is being advertise to the people and when she is saying the brand names of other product. 4. Emphasize on the assessment of higher- order thinking. How was this done?  It was done when she introduce to her student the topic about making a Research paper and she let them to have brainstorming about the Research paper that they will be making 5. Emphasize on self-assessment. (Assessment as learning) Were students given the opportunity to do self- assessment?  When the students answer the activities from the book. OBSERVATION SHEET # 2.1
  5. 5. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Learning Activities Resource Teacher: Mr. Aris J. RomanoTeacher’s Signature: Date: February 10, 2017 School: New Buenavista Academy Grade/Year Level: Grade 10 - Love Subject Area: Filipino Which of the following principles were observed by the Resource Teacher? Principles of Assessment Observations (Describe observed behaviours of the Resource Teacher that is/are aligned to each principle). 1. Make use of varied tools for assessment data gathering and multiple sources of assessment data. It is not pedagogically sound to rely on just one source of data gathered by only one assessment tool. Consider multiple intelligence's and learning styles. Which assessment tools did Resource Teacher use?  The discussion is a teacher-centered but also a learner-centered. The teacher used the Oral Recitation to get the attention of his student. 2. Learners must be given feedback about their performance. Feedback must be specific. ‘Good work1” is positive feedback and is welcome but actually is not a very good feedback since it is not specific. A more specific better feedback is ‘You observed rules on subject-verb agreement and variety of sentences. Three of your commas were misplaced.” Give examples of comments of teachers on students’ work/answer.  The teacher is giving a good feedback whenever his students are answering, that’s why the students is motivated to speak up and to cooperate on the discussion. 3. Assessment should be on real-world application and not on out-of-context drills. How was this demonstrated?  The teacher is using a real-word scenarios in a stage play to explain the lesson, so the learners have an idea on what he is discussing. 4. Emphasize on the assessment of higher- order thinking. How was this done?  He let his students to share their ideas and to explain the things that are there in the lesson. 5. Emphasize on self-assessment. (Assessment as learning) Were students given the opportunity to do self- assessment?  The students answer activity from the books to assess their learning. OBSERVATION SHEET # 2.2
  6. 6. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Analysis 1. Which principles of assessment were observed to have been practiced?  The Principles of Assessment that I were observed are: “Assessment should be fair” by means that the teacher is accepting the ideas that the student is sharing and also by giving good feedback whenever the student is answering or reciting even the answer is correct. Another principle is “Assessment should be integral part of a Teaching and Learning” and this happened when the teacher is asking the students to recite or to share their ideas about the lesson that they are discussing. 2. Whichprinciple/s was / were least observed / not observed?  The principle that was least observed is the “Assessment should lead to informative report” because we’re not able to see that the student is reporting in front of their classmate.
  7. 7. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Learning Activities I will observe 3 Resource Teachers and focus my observation on their assessment practices with the help of an Observation Sheet. Learning in the Cognitive Domain and Declarative Knowledge Resource Teacher: Mr. Aris J. RomanoTeacher’s Signature: Date: February 10, 2017 School: New Buenavista Academy Grade/Year Level: Grade 10 - Love Subject Area: Filipino Paper-and-Pencil Tests Please put a check () on the test which the teacher used and give at least 2 test items as examples. You may ask for samples of past tests that your Resource Teacher used in the past to complete your matrix. Selected-response type 1. Alternate-response  Panuto: Isulat kung TAMA o MALI ang pangungusap.  Nakakapagsidhi ng damdamin ang nga elemento ng pagtatanghal.  Ang pagtatanghal ay nararapat na maging kawili-wili. 2. Matching type  Panuto: Piliin sa ibaba at isulat sa patlang ang angkop na salitang ipamumuni upang mabuo ang diwa ng pahayag.” examples of test items which the teacher presented at the classroom were the following:  May tila _____ ang ngising isinalubong ng lalaki 3. Multiple choice  Panuto: Piliin ang wastong sagot. - Nagdilang anghel ang bata nang sabihin niyang magkakaroon ng malakig pera ang kanyang ina. Ano ang kahulugan ng matalinhagang salita sa pangungusap? A.Nagsinungaling B.nagkatotoo ang sinabi. C. nagsisigaw. D. nag madyik 4. Others  For the essay type: - Ibigay ang kahulugan ng mga sumusunod: A. Nobela D. Drama B. Role Play E. Iskrip C. Awtor OBSERVATION SHEET # 2.1 – Traditional Assessment Practices*
  8. 8. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process Learning in the Cognitive Domain and Declarative Knowledge Resource Teacher: Mrs. Lucia L. Frencillo Teacher’s Signature: Date: January 27, 1997 School: New Buenavista Academy Grade/Year Level: Grade 9 - Faith Subject Area: English Paper-and-Pencil Tests Please put a check () on the test which the teacher used and give at least 2 test items as examples. You may ask for samples of past tests that your Resource Teacher used in the past to complete your matrix. Selected-response type 1. Alternate-response  This type of test doesn’t include on their worksheet found in their books. 2. Matching type  This type of test doesn’t include on their worksheet found in their books. 3. Multiple choice  Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer. 1.Following America’s industrialization, advertising was all about pitching products to the American people until what event caused a change in emphasis? A. Prohibition B. President election C. World War II D. Mass Education 2.Magazine performance has remained stable in recent years due to A. Multi-page combination B. Their ability to address segmented audiences C. Low coat D. The development of brand values 4. Others  None OBSERVATION SHEET # 2.2 – Traditional Assessment Practices*
  9. 9. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process Constructed-Response type 1. Completion  Directions: Fill in the blanks with the correctanswer. 1.A public and a typically formal statement about a fact, occurrenceor intention. 2.In advertising, ______ are considered in selling a product. 2. Short answer type  Directions: Supply a phrase that would best fit the statement. 1.An advertisement should have _____________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 3. Problem Solving  This type of test doesn’t include on their worksheet found in their books. 4. Essay  The students need to make these parts for their research paper.  Decide on your topic.  Prepare an outline or diagram of your ideas.  Writethesis statement.  Writethe body.  Writethe main points.  Writethe sub points.  Elaborate on the sub points.  Writethe introduction.  Writethe conclusion.  Restricted  The teacher allowed his/her students to make their own ways on how will they persuade the buyer.  Non-restricted  The teacher used the restricted response that’s why there is no non-restricted response. 5. Others  None
  10. 10. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process My Analysis 1. In what subjects was traditional assessment used most?  The subject that used traditional assessment is the English Subject, the one that Mrs. Lucia J. Frencillo handled. It was traditional assessment because she used the paper and pencil test, were the students answer an activity from the book and the class was a teacher-centered. 2. Which among the traditional assessment tools/ tests was/ were used most often?  Books are the traditional assessment tools that were mostly used were the students assess by the Multiple Choice type of test in the books. 3. In what subjects was authentic assessment method used most?  The subject that used authentic assessment is the Filipino subject, the one that Mr. Aris J. Romano handled. He let his’ students to share their ideas and think with their higher thinking skills. He let his students to formulate their own explanation about the sentences that was written in the Power point presentation. 4. Which products or performance were assessed? Give examples.  The performance that was assessed is the knowledge of the students to perform with their skills. For example is, for traditional the learner they used what they learned to answer a matching type test, to choose the letter of the correct answer. While for authentic, learners need to used what they have learned to perform a play. 5. What assessment tools and tasks were used to assess learning in the cognitive domain, and declarative knowledge?  For me, the tools or task to assessed the cognitive domain of the learners is when they were asked to write an essay about their understanding on the lesson that they were tackled.
  11. 11. FIELD STUDY 5| Learning Assessment Strategies Process 6. What assessment tools and tasks were used to assess the learning of psychomotor skills/procedural knowledge?  The tools or task to assessed the psychomotor skills of the learners is when they were asked to have a play to apply the knowledge they gain about stage play. 7. Was there assessment of learning in the affective domain? Explain your answer.  There are assessment for affective domain. It is when the teacher asked the students to apply what they learn to a real life situation. 8. To which multiple intelligences did the assessment tools and tasks respond? Come up with a Table of the intelligences which were given attention and the corresponding assessment task used. Multiple Intelligence Assessment  Interpersonal Intelligence  Brainstorming of the students about the play that they were going to perform.  Spatial/Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence  The students were asked to have a play to apply the knowledge they gain about stage play.  Existentialist Intelligence  The play that the students will perform will be realistic.  Verbal Intelligence  The students is communicating to their classmates.

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