EDU 420

Assessment for Instruction

Academic Year Semester Location Online
2017-2018 Spring Main campus No

Level: Undergraduate

Credits: 3

Lab Fee: None

Pre-requisites: None

Development of instructional objectives and classroom assessment techniques for diverse student populations as well as interpretation of standardized assessments using measurement results for evaluating student progress will be examined. This course examines the interrelationships among content standards, instructional objectives, planning, assessment and in addition, teacher candidates will learn how to design and implement action research studies, along with the outcomes resulting from a data-driven educational decision making set of procedures, all focused on educational issues and problems that are pertinent to them in their settings. This course includes formal and informal, as well as traditional and alternative assessment techniques. Eight hours of field observation are required.