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Multiple Intelligences Rubrics & Assessments Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. You want to create a rubric to assess your students' abilities to apply the scientific method in every experiment. Which type should you use?

Question 2 2. Why is it beneficial to share rubrics with students ahead of time?

Question 3 3. How would you best describe a rubric?

Question 4 4. When using a direct observation for grading, what is the first step?

Question 5 5. What are direct observations?

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Question 6 6. How can teachers use direct observations?

Question 7 7. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by a student reciting information?

Question 8 8. Marcos just learned how to calculate averages in his math class and now he is using this knowledge to compute his GPA. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated in this example?

Question 9 9. Carlos needs to develop a website for his computer technology class. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by this assignment?

Question 10 10.

In planning a multiple intelligences assessment, you observe the following details about one student: does well putting things together, great at mental math, and enjoys working by himself.

Which intelligences should you incorporate into your assessment?

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Question 11 11. How would you describe the multiple intelligences?

Question 12 12. Which of the following would be an observational assessment?

Question 13 13. Another example of implementing alternative assessment would be _____.

Question 14 14. One example of implementing alternative assessment would be _____.

Question 15 15. Alternative assessment is generally defined as _____.

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Question 16 16. Informal assessments should be used when _____.

Question 17 17. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of assessment?

Question 18 18. Which of the following is an example of a performance-based assessment?

Question 19 19. Based on our lesson covering multiple intelligences theory, teachers should keep in mind that ________.

Question 20 20. Multiple intelligence theory states ________.

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Question 21 21. Multiple intelligence theory comes from _______.

Question 22 22.

You plan a Science experiment on the effects pollution has on fish. Students get to conduct the experiment with partners. They'll analyze their results and create a short presentation detailing the results and how this applies to the real world.

Which intelligences have you reached with this lesson?

Question 23 23. Which of the following scenarios describes a multiple intelligences environment?

Question 24 24. How could you describe the theory of multiple intelligences?

Question 25 25. A student with which type of multiple intelligence would do well on an assessment that asks them to create a poster by drawing?

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Question 26 26. Which type of assignment would be a good fit for a student who shows verbal-linguistic intelligence?

Question 27 27. Which activity would be a good fit for a student with high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence?

Question 28 28. Your rubric for evaluating a brochure on environmental challenges includes three different criteria. Each criterion will be scored as Excellent, Good, Satisfactory, or Needs Improvement. This is a(n) _____ rubric.

Question 29 29. What type of assessment are direct observations?

Question 30 30. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by students discussing the concept and one student saying 'That is so cool!' after class?

Multiple Intelligences Rubrics & Assessments Chapter Exam Instructions

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