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DATA for the Class Case Study

Grading Model

Grading Category

Percentage of Composite Score 

Math

25

Science

10

Social Studies

10

Spelling

25

Vocabulary usage

30

Class data

Student

Math 

Science 

Social Studies 

Spelling

Vocabulary usage

Composite

Alicia

97

92

80

87

90

Devon

85

90

80

60

70

Jerome

90

80

85

65

70

Kelly

88

78

65

85

88

Natalie

80

75

68

95

90

Duy

82

95

88

72

75

Pritesh

98

92

95

80

80

Magdalene

78

88

82

93

90

Dietrich

70

70

70

70

70

MyLien

85

85

70

100

95

Reading/Resources

Brookhart, S., & Nitko, A. (2019).
Educational assessment of students (8th ed.).

· Chapter 19: Scholastic Aptitude, Career Interests, Attitudes, and Personality Tests

Part A-

After reading this week’s readings & resources, respond to the following prompt. How has this course informed your understanding of classroom assessment and evaluation?

Part B-Prepare at least a 15-slide presentation on the various types of tests: aptitude tests, career interest tests, aptitude tests, and personality tests. Identify the type of test and find an example of that type of test to report. For example, a type of personality test is called the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator. The slide presentation will include the required information below for each type of test.

Provide the type of test along with a general description. Make sure to provide a test example

by identifying the specific test you researched and briefly address the following:

· What does the test measure?

· How are the results used?

· Who uses the results?

· What is the procedure for administering and scoring the test?

· Sources – APA format

Part C-

Use the Data for Class Case Study document to complete the assignment.

Calculate the composite score for each student using the given grading model.

Calculate basic statistics (mean, mode, median, standard deviation, percentile ranks, and Z scores), do not include calculations – simply report the values in a table.

Identify and justify any grading category that may have bias.

Provide suggestions for the teacher to address any biases you identified.

Prepare a final report for the teacher. The report should include grading categories where instruction might be improved and identification of any student(s) who may need remediation in any particular area. Make sure you justify your decisions using evidence from the data and what you have learned throughout the course.

Prepare a final report for an individual student that will be shared with parent(s)/legal guardian(s). The report should include standing, growth, strengths, and suggestions.

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