Students (individual or group) verbally present their learning; dealing with preparation and planning to communicate through effective speaking. Oral presentation could be used with recorded elements of audio and video tapes made by students. Also, encourage students to develop oral skills by assessing through discussions or seminars.
Individual or small-group projects that enable teachers to assess students’ ability to apply acquired knowledge and skills. Students demonstrate skill level such as problem solving ability in solving authentic, real world tasks or challenge based task without a predetermined solution.
Peer assessment allows team members to assess other members of the team as well as themselves; allow the students to gain experience with giving and receiving feedback and give them an opportunity to improve performance before it counts against their grades. Peer assessment provides data that might be used in assigning individual grades for team assignments.
An assessment method typically involves small number of people (between 4-15) brought together to focus their discussion on a particular topic. This method could provide some insight on student learning.
The form of a piece of writing specially composed by the student to respond a question or topic set by the teacher or any topic which requires the ability to construct and sustain a written argument, usually within a set word-limit.
14. Written Exam - Standardized exam การเขียนตอบแบบทดสอบมาตรฐาน
Exam designed in a way that the questions, conditions for administering, scoring procedures, and interpretations are consistent and are administered and scored in a predetermined, standard manner; often designed by using multiple choices questions and true or false format.
An organized collection of student work, undertaken over a period of time, that demonstrate progress towards, and achievement of topic or course objectives in one or more areas. Students typically take responsibility for organizing their portfolio and selecting the most appropriate content and evidence of student self-reflection. Depending on the purpose of the portfolio assessment task.
Reflective journals encourage students to reflect critically on the process of learning and their development over time. It may describe events, experiences or issues associated with learning, professional placement, fieldwork, or the like; may be included in a portfolio as a record of student learning.