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Creating and assessing performance-based curriculum projects

a teacher"s guide to project-based learning and performance assessment

by Janet Caudill Banks

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Published by CATS Publications in Edmonds, WA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Competency based education -- United States -- Curricula.,
    • Activity programs in education -- United States.,
    • Students -- Rating of -- United States.,
    • Grading and marking (Students) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 132-136).

      Other titlesPerformance-based curriculum projects, Curriculum projects, Strategies for planning and writing thematic curriculum projects with authentic assessment tools for guiding and judging student performance
      Statementwritten and illustrated by Janet Caudill Banks.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC1032 .B36 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 136 p. :
      Number of Pages136
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL707020M
      ISBN 101886753199
      LC Control Number97068404

      Curriculum-based assessment (CBA) is an evaluation process that makes use of academic content selected directly from the material taught. This is a form of criterion-referenced assessment that connects evaluation with instructional programs by informing teachers of . Agenda Developing Rubrics for Performance-Based Assessment qReview of Performance-Based Assessment/ An Introduction to Rubrics ßWhat is a Rubric? ßWhy Use Rubrics qRubric Design ßThe Basic Format ßA Rubric Checklist qFrom the Rubric to the Grade Book ßGrades Reflect Achievement ßPractice Makes Perfect! T

      The benefits of creating performance assessment accountability systems are clear. As described by Tung and Stazesky (): Not only did teachers’ knowledge and understanding of assessment improve through the use of performance assessments in their classrooms, but this work led to improvements in their instruction and curriculum. Performance-Based Learning: Aligning Experiential Tasks and Assessment to Increase Learning demonstrates how teachers can promote student achievement by incorporating performance tasks into the curriculum. This resource provides an abundance of sample lesson plans and rubrics that integrate performance-based learning across multiple content areas and can be modified for students at .

      Each book in the 10 Performance-Based Projects series provides 10 ready-made projects designed to help students achieve higher levels of thinking and develop 21st-century skills. Projects are aligned to the Common Core State Standards, allowing students to explore and be creative as . Increasingly, project-based and group work is being utilised in our classrooms. In order to keep pace with this shift in pedagogy, the assessment process needs to be updated so that it complements.


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Section 1, Project-Based (or Performance-Based) Learning and Performance Assessment, describes and gives a rationale for this type of learning and assessment and project-based classrooms. It also notes the role of teachers and discusses performance assessment and student Cited by: 1.

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ASSESSING THE CURRICULUM Lesson 4 Linking Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Curriculum and Instruction A curriculum according to Howell and Evans () and Sands, et.

al () is a structured set of learning outcomes or. Performance-based learning is when students participate in performing tasks or activities that are meaningful and engaging. The purpose of this kind of learning is to help students acquire and apply knowledge, practice skills, and develop independent and collaborative work habits.

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