How Much Do You Know About Standards-based Assessments Quiz

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You, the teacher, will effectively demonstrate your understanding of standards with an 80% accuracy rubric score (that's at least 4 correct out of 5 questions given).


Author, R. Jeter III


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Provide the correct ending for the following sentence.  STANDARDS ARE__________________________.

    • A.

      The degrees in measurement of education problems.

    • B.

      The units of measurement in which the degree of education delivered is measured.

    • C.

      What students should know about the class.

    • D.

      The teacher's resource for better instruction.

    • E.

      The student's resource for study material.

    Correct Answer
    B. The units of measurement in which the degree of education delivered is measured.
    Explanation
    Standards are the units of measurement in which the degree of education delivered is measured. This means that standards serve as a benchmark or criteria to assess the level of education provided to students. They define what students should know and be able to do at each grade level or in each subject area. Standards help ensure consistency and quality in education by providing a clear framework for curriculum development, teaching, and assessment.

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  • 2. 

    Answer "True or False" for the follwoing question:High stakes testing is not a factor in 21st century education reform.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement "High stakes testing is not a factor in 21st century education reform" is false. High stakes testing, which refers to tests that have significant consequences for students, teachers, and schools, is indeed a factor in 21st century education reform. It is often used to evaluate student performance, determine school accountability, and inform educational policies and practices. High stakes testing has been a controversial topic in education reform, with proponents arguing that it promotes accountability and improvement, while critics argue that it leads to a narrow focus on test preparation and neglects other important aspects of education.

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  • 3. 

    Other forms of "school" standards-based assessment include all but which of the following:

    • A.

      Oral assessments

    • B.

      Portfolios

    • C.

      Writing Samples

    • D.

      Projects

    • E.

      Testing for eye glasses

    Correct Answer
    E. Testing for eye glasses
    Explanation
    The question asks for the form of school standards-based assessment that is NOT included in the given options. The options provided are all forms of assessment commonly used in schools, except for "Testing for eye glasses." This option is not a form of assessment, but rather a medical test to determine if a person needs glasses.

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  • 4. 

    Complete the sentence with the correct word choice: With regards to using best practices for standards-based assessments, these three things 1) curriculum alignment, 2) pre-assessment, and 3) _________are the special criteria for standards-based instruction.TYPE YOUR WORD CHOICE ANSWER FROM THESE OPTIONS:FUNDING, BUDGET, PROFESSIONALISM, OR PLANNING. 

    Correct Answer
    planning

    Explanation
    When it comes to using best practices for standards-based assessments, curriculum alignment, pre-assessment, and planning are the three special criteria for standards-based instruction. Planning is an essential aspect of standards-based instruction as it involves creating a roadmap or strategy for how the instruction will be delivered, what resources will be needed, and how progress will be monitored. Without proper planning, it would be difficult to ensure that the instruction is aligned with the curriculum and that pre-assessment is effectively implemented.

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  • 5. 

    Chose the correct answer for:The best person to ask, or evaulate, to find out if the instruction was effective, is the____.

    • A.

      Teacher

    • B.

      Parent of student

    • C.

      School principal

    • D.

      Student

    • E.

      Department chairperson

    Correct Answer
    D. Student
    Explanation
    The best person to ask or evaluate to find out if the instruction was effective is the student. This is because the student is the one directly receiving the instruction and can provide valuable feedback on their understanding and comprehension of the material. Their perspective is crucial in determining the effectiveness of the instruction and identifying any areas that may need improvement.

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