Explain the three challenges to validity when using portfolios as assessments, and evaluate the benefits they offer to the learning experience.
The authors state that "there is a temptation to limit the scoring criteria to those qualities of performance that are easiest to rate rather than the most important required for doing an effective job" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010). What do they mean by this? Explain the benefits and challenges of incorporating performance assessments, and evaluate their overall effectiveness in the classroom.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:54 am ad1c9bdddf
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1. The three challenges to validity of every portfolio is this: a. Does it only show a student's best work? b. How can we show growth and how the student has reached the best work? c. Can we see difficult beginnings and put them into the timeline of one's accomplishments without tarnishing the best work.
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The three challenges to validity portfolios are determined.
Informal Assessment Matrix
develop a chart (matrix) that defines informal assessment and discusses:
1. The uses of an informal assessment.
2. Types of informal assessment techniques: structured and unstructured.
3. Validity and reliability of informal assessment.View Full Posting Details