Differentiated Assessment

Differentiated-Assessment
Culturally Relevant Assessment
Teacher: "What kind of testing environment
is there? How does it relate to my students’
prior experiences?"
Keep in mind the student's first language and
English proficiency
Provide frequent and descriptive
feedback
Assessing Diverse Students
Progress Monitoring
evaluation of data
consistent evaluation
adjust instruction when needed
Identify students who need extra help
Monitor the progress of small groups on a
regular bias in language
Assess all students fairly, as per their
ability
Help students to create goals for learning
compare learning goals with actual student
progress
Individualized learning experiences may differ between students
Performance Tasks
Involve transparent success criteria
and learning goals
Recall information
Apply it to real world circumstances
On going Process
Diagnostic Assessment
Interest Inventories
KWL Charts
Writing/Reading Samples
Formative Assessment
Exit Cards
Student Reflection
Graphic Organizers
Summative Assessment
Portfolios
Final Projects
Tests
Self Assessment
Self Response Journals or
Interviews/Conferences with the Teacher
Student: "Has my learning
style been working or does
there need to change?"
Teacher: "What are my
students' learning and
what are they missing?"
Student Choice Activities
learning profile
readiness
interest
Projects can be:
written
oral
visual
Alternate Projects
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