Monthly Archives: January 2013

Reflective Log #1: “Usefulness of Informal Assessment (versus Formal Assessment)”

by: Von Michaelo Bacasmot In my journey being an ESL teacher, my best useful tool in assessing my students is through informal assessment “that is content and performance driven (as opposed to formal assessment that is data driven)” (Weaver, 2006). … Continue reading

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Assignment #1: Understanding Assessment

by: vmbacasmot Glossary of Terms under ASSESSMENT Assessment – It is the way of gathering information of observable performance of the student’s/ teacher’s development and achievement in order to improve teaching and learning. Example: Students who’ve done something in class … Continue reading

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“Current Personal Perspectives”

by: Von Michaelo Bacasmot While I was reading books regarding the term assessment, I came across an article which gave me a personal idea of what assessment should be and not just any tool for testing students’ competency: “Assessment in … Continue reading

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