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Ch 15: MEGA Physical Education: Assessment Techniques

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Watch the video lessons of this chapter to prepare for exam questions on the MEGA Physical Education exam about the different types of assessments and the qualities of good assessments.

MEGA Physical Education: Assessment Techniques - Chapter Summary

As part of a review for the Missouri Educator Gateway Assessments (MEGA) Physical Education exam, watch these video lessons to reinforce your understanding of the different assessments used in physical education. These video lessons will help you prepare for related exam questions about:

  • Different types of physical education assessments
  • Uses of self-assessments and peer assessments
  • Performance assessment guidelines
  • Various technologies used in physical education
  • The importance of reliability, validity, standardization and practicality
  • How to improve reliability of assessments
  • How to identify testing biases in assessments

In addition to watching these video lessons you may also read the lesson transcripts to reinforce your understanding of the material. Then take the lesson quizzes to identify topics you don't understand and use the video tags to return to and study the parts of the lessons that discussed them. You can also ask our instructors for assistance via the Teacher tabs of the lessons.

9 Lessons in Chapter 15: MEGA Physical Education: Assessment Techniques
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Physical Education Assessments: Types & Uses

1. Physical Education Assessments: Types & Uses

In this lesson, we explore physical education assessments today and the common criteria that educators use. In addition, we discover the best way to approach using assessments with the student.

Student Self-Assessment & Peer Assessment

2. Student Self-Assessment & Peer Assessment

Student self-assessment and peer assessment are useful tools to help students learn important reflection and critical thinking skills. This lesson will review how self-assessment and peer assessment can be used in your classroom.

Performance Assessments: Product vs. Process

3. Performance Assessments: Product vs. Process

Playing a musical instrument, creating a spreadsheet and performing in a play are all activities that many of us engage in on a regular basis. These activities are also examples of ways teachers assess a student's mastery of a subject in educational settings. This lesson will define performance-based assessments and discuss the various uses of performance assessments in the classroom.

Assessment Materials & Techniques for P.E. Programs

4. Assessment Materials & Techniques for P.E. Programs

There are several ways that students can be assessed in a physical education (PE) class. Learn about these assessments, including the materials and techniques that can be used to complete these assessments.

Technology in Physical Education

5. Technology in Physical Education

Physical education can be made fun, interesting, and more productive thanks to the use of technology. Find out how tablets, exer-games, and much more can help improve physical education.

Interpreting & Applying Student Performance Data in P.E.

6. Interpreting & Applying Student Performance Data in P.E.

In this lesson, we explore the concept of performance data in relation to a physical education course, the types of data which can be compiled, and the ways in which it should be used.

The Reliability Coefficient and the Reliability of Assessments

7. The Reliability Coefficient and the Reliability of Assessments

How are test scores affected by day-to-day changes of a student? Do different people rate students' performances the same? These questions are addressed through the understanding of reliability. This lesson will define reliability, explain how reliability is measured, and explore methods to enhance reliability of assessments in the classroom.

Qualities of Good Assessments: Standardization, Practicality, Reliability & Validity

8. Qualities of Good Assessments: Standardization, Practicality, Reliability & Validity

Have you ever been in the middle of an assessment and thought, 'This question is unfair!' or 'This exam covers material I have never seen before!' If so, the assessment probably did not possess the qualities that make an assessment effective. This lesson will introduce you to the qualities of good assessments: reliability, standardization, validity, and practicality.

Testing Bias, Cultural Bias & Language Differences in Assessments

9. Testing Bias, Cultural Bias & Language Differences in Assessments

Assessments are used to gain useful information about test-takers' knowledge, skills and progress. Sometimes, however, the results of these assessments are incorrect due to biases. This lesson will differentiate and discuss types of testing bias and differences among test-takers that may lead to testing bias.

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