Authentic Assessment Solution

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AUTHENTICASSESMENT1
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3ESSAY.............................................................................................................................................3PART A...........................................................................................................................................3PART B...........................................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................72
INTRODUCTIONThe below report explores the types of assessments. Assessments refers to asystematicprocess in which documenting is done. It is done from the usage of empirical data asper the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs which are used in refine programs andimprove the learning of a student. The report discusses the types of assessments andtheir differences. Along with it, it showcases in what ways authentic contexts can bebrought into learning in order to solve real world problems.ESSAYPART AAssessments are one of the most integral part of instructions, as it determines that theeducation goals of an individual are being met or not. It impacts the decisions about placements,advancements, grades, curriculum, instructional needs etc. Most importantly, assessments allowteachers to ask questions in terms of their own teaching and students learning.Traditional assessment refers to a conventional method of testing in which a writtendocument is produced such as paper, exam, or a quiz. Questions are very limited with a numberof answer choices. These choices include short answer, multiple choice or true or falseresponses. The most important benefits of traditional assessment are that it allows the admissionprofessionals and administrators to compare and analyse student scores easily.The makers to the test in traditional assessment often categorizes questions in order todetermine areas in which students excel and the ones in which they are facing difficulties. Thestudents’ result is comparable over time and across a diverse and large group of students.It allows the teacher to provide students with the data in which they want to testthemselves and learn things completely. These assessments increase the learning capability of astudent as questions are short and students are having more time to think about the questionsasked. They are often allocated with a set time to analyse and evaluate the questions asked andanswer them according to their own understanding and evaluation of the subject.Authentic assessments allow to test an individual’s performance and are performanceoriented. It not only measures the correctness of the response but the thought process which isinvolved in arriving at the response is also measured. This type of learning allows the students toreflect their understanding and comprehension in both breadth and depth.3
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