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ASSESSMENT Assessment is the process of observing and measuring learning. Assessments provide faculty with a better understanding of what your students are learning and engage students more deeply in the process of learning geosciences content. By using assessment strategies that draw students into the assessment process it is more likely that they learn more of the geosciences content that you want them to learn while getting the added benefits of learning skills that will be useful to them in the future.
TOOLS FOR ASSESSMENT Concept Maps - A diagramming technique for assessing how well students see the "big picture". Concept Tests - Conceptual multiple-choice questions that are useful in large classes. Knowledge Survey - Students answer whether they could answer a survey of course content questions. Exams - Find tips on how to make exams better assessment instruments. Oral Presentations - Tips for evaluating student presentations. Poster Presentations - Tips for evaluating poster presentations. Peer Review - Having students assess themselves and each other. Portfolios - A collection of evidence to demonstrate mastery of a given set of concepts. Rubrics - A set of evaluation criteria based on learning goals and student performance. Written Reports - Tips for assessing written reports. Other Assessment Types Includes concept sketches, case studies, seminar-style courses, mathematical thinking and performance assessments.
Although there are many different reading based learning disabilities. Individuals classified as having a RLD do not perform as well as their peers on reading measures that assess reading accuracy.org/public/speech/disorders/lbld. This disorder is not about how smart a person is. dyslexia is the most commonly known and is often used interchangeably with the term reading disability.carleton.asha.edu/NAGTWorkshops/assess/types.html http://www.htm McKevitt & Elliot. capitalization communicating through writing at school and work READING BASED LEARNING Reading based learning disability is referred to as RLD.2003. References: http://serc. Most people diagnosed with learning disabilities have average to superior intelligence. These individuals may struggle with some or all of the following: listening comprehension acquiring and using new vocabulary expressing oneself sounding out words rhyming words spelling reading without effort retelling events orally or in writing understanding what is read using the mechanics of writing (punctuation. adolescents and adults. and/or writing. spelling. . comprehension or speed. Language-Based Reading and Writing Disabilities What are language-based reading and writing disabilities? Language-based reading and writing disabilities affect school-age children.What is a language-based learning disability? Language-based learning disabilities are problems with age-appropriate reading.