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Compare and contrast assessment and evaluation. How do you define assessment and evaluation and what are their purposes. How do you distinguish the purpose of formative assessment from sum strive assessment and what examples are there.

How are assessment and evaluation used in the instructional design process

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Compare and contrast assessment and evaluation. How do you define assessment and evaluation and what are their purposes. How do you distinguish the purpose of formative assessment from sum strive assessment and what examples are there.

How are assessment and evaluation used in the instructional design process?

Assessments are done prior and during the educational course to development an understanding of the learner's abilities. The teacher will use an assessment to determine the level that the student is currently at, which will be predicated upon differentiated instructional methodology to ensure that each individual learner receives an individual learning assessment. Once this is conducted, the teacher will develop a lesson plan based on this assessment that best caters to the student's ...

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This response provides insight into how instructional design is predicated upon effective evaluation and assessment of learners and teachers.

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