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Ch 8: Ohio APK Multi-Age: Student Assessments

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Use these lessons to refresh your knowledge of various types of student assessments and when to use them. These videos may help you correctly answer questions on this topic when you take the Ohio APK Multi-Age exam.

Ohio APK Multi-Age: Student Assessments - Chapter Summary

This chapter's lessons let you prepare for the Ohio APK Multi-Age exam through a review of information about assessments and how to use them to monitor student progress. Our videos may aid you in correctly answering exam questions on topics including:

  • Standardized assessments
  • Pros and cons of standardized tests
  • Types of formative and summative assessments
  • Formal and informal assessments
  • Use and misuse of assessments
  • Qualities of good assessments
  • Validity in assessments

You can review these lessons as your schedule allows, on a computer or mobile device. If you need assistance with a particular concept, just contact the instructor with your questions.

Objectives of the Ohio APK Multi-Age: Student Assessments Chapter

Passing the Ohio APK Multi-Age is one of Ohio's requirements for many types of teaching licenses, including foreign languages, dance, physical education and some areas of special education. The exam has three areas, and questions on the material covered in this chapter are in the area on assessment, instruction and the learning environment. Multiple-choice questions in this section make up 40% of the exam's total score. There is also a case study that accounts for an extra 10% of the exam's score.

You can practice answering computer-delivered, multiple-choice questions, similar to what you'll face on the exam, with our quizzes at the end of each video lesson. These quizzes also let you assess your knowledge so you can go back and review areas that might give you trouble on the exam.

10 Lessons in Chapter 8: Ohio APK Multi-Age: Student Assessments
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Standardized Assessments & Formative vs. Summative Evaluations

1. Standardized Assessments & Formative vs. Summative Evaluations

If you have ever attended a public school or college you have been subjected to a form of standardized assessment. These assessments serve multiple purposes and provide valuable information regarding one's abilities, understanding and potential. This lesson will introduce you to the types of standardized assessments commonly used in schools and discuss two other types of assessments: formative and summative.

Standardized Tests in Education: Advantages and Disadvantages

2. Standardized Tests in Education: Advantages and Disadvantages

Standardized tests are used frequently in educational settings. This lesson will help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of these tests and also explore factors that impact standardized test performance.

Formative Assessments: Examples, Types & Definition

3. Formative Assessments: Examples, Types & Definition

Find out what formative assessments are and the part they play in the learning process. Learn about the types of formative assessments and review the examples. Read the lesson, then take a quiz to test your new knowledge.

Types of Formative Assessment

4. Types of Formative Assessment

Formative assessments are an incredibly important part of the teaching process. This lesson will detail several types of formative assessments that you can use to monitor student learning in your classroom.

Summative Assessments: Examples & Types

5. Summative Assessments: Examples & Types

Think of state exams, midterms, finals, graded papers, and standardized tests such as the SAT. They all have one thing in common - they are summative assessments! Find out more in this lesson.

Formal Assessments: Examples & Types

6. Formal Assessments: Examples & Types

Formal assessments are tests that systematically measure how well a student has mastered learning outcomes. Learn more about formal assessments and test your knowledge with a quiz.

Informal Assessments in the Classroom: Examples & Types

7. Informal Assessments in the Classroom: Examples & Types

In this lesson, we will discuss informal assessments used in the classroom. We will cover what informal assessments are and look at some types and examples, and then you will be asked to take a short quiz to assess your comprehension.

Use and Misuse of Assessments in the Classroom

8. Use and Misuse of Assessments in the Classroom

Assessments are excellent tools in the classroom. Used properly, they provide invaluable information about student knowledge and progress. However, if misused, assessments can misrepresent the actual knowledge and learning taking place in the classroom. This lesson will discuss the use and misuse of standardized assessments.

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

9. 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.

Validity in Assessments: Content, Construct & Predictive Validity

10. Validity in Assessments: Content, Construct & Predictive Validity

Ensuring that an assessment measures what it is intended to measure is a critical component in education. Assessment results are used to predict future achievement and current knowledge. This lesson will define the term validity and differentiate between content, construct, and predictive validity.

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