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Developing an Assessment Plan for Use in the Classroom Setting

Develop an assessment plan to be used in the classroom setting.
1. Identify the expected learning outcomes and develop performance standards for what meeting the outcomes would look like.
2. Identify triangulated evidence that will be used to show the level of students achievement for the specified outcomes.
3. Develop different assessment methods to measure the achievement towards the learning outcomes and set criteria for a learning project.
4. Plan ways that students will be involved in the assessment process, including a plan for implementing or refining the use of portfolios in your current setting and ways in which you will involve students in conferences.
5. Decide how the level of achievement will be communicated to parents, administrators, etc.

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1. Identify the expected learning outcomes and develop performance standards for what meeting the outcomes would look like.

The expected learning outcomes for this course, which will be the world history of drugs, will be for students to be able to complete an opinion paper detailing their position on the current 'war on drugs'. The performance standards that will be used will entail APA guidelines that must be adhered to as well as a rubric that will dictate what is expected for the students to display on the paper. The rubric will require competency on the subject, correct spelling, accurate dates when using research, the necessary usage of outside sources, and other vital competencies that must be shown throughout the writing.

2. Identify triangulated evidence that will be used to show the level of students achievement for the specified outcomes.

Triangulated evidence that will be used to show the level of student's achievement will include written papers, online discussion boards (this is an online classroom setting), and the usage is ...

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