BBI1O Assessment and Evaluation

 

 

Assessment OF Learning

No.
Summative Assessment
Value
Date
1.

Unit Test 1: Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship

7

Oct 26/27

2.

Job Shadow Day Report or presentation. Note: Take Our Kids to Work Day is Nov. 4th

8

Nov. 17/18

3.

Unit Test #2: Financial Life

8

Jan. 11

4.

Unit #3: Marketing

9

Feb. 10/11

5.

Trade Show Project

20

April 6

6.

Unit Test 4: Accounting

10

April 20

7.

Team Challenges

10

Ongoing

8.

Team Management Program

10

Ongoing

9.

Unit Plan #5: International Business

8

Poster Project: May 16th

10.

Exam

10

June (TBA)

Rule of Ten

HTS Social Science Retest Policy

The purpose of re-testing is to improve student learning and mastery of the subject matter and to ensure that there are no significant gaps in the competencies being developed in each subject area.

 

 

 

Three Styles of Assessment

Assessment Styles

Assessment FOR Learning:

Assessment that is intended to provide students the opportunity to apply their learning. This assessment is formative in nature: providing both the student and the teacher with insight into the learning that is taking place. This assessment does not count toward the student's grade.

Goal(s): To allow students to practice skills and apply knowledge, and to guide the next steps for intstruction and learning.

Examples: formative quizzes, exercises, and presentations.


Assessment AS Learning:

Assessment that is intended to provide students the opportunity to reflect upon their learning. This assessment is formative in nature: providing both the student and the teacher with insight into the student's own reflection upon his/her learning. This assessment does not count toward the student's grade.

Goal(s): To develop student metacognition. In other words, to give students insight into their own thinking and learning and to help students develop and refine strategies to use in future learning.

Examples: reflective journals, exit cards.


Assessment OF Learning:

Assessment that is intended to depict a student's level of achievment at a given point in time. This assessment is summative in nature, and thus will count toward the student's grade.

Goal(s): To provide the student with a mark that will inform the student and other interested parties of the student's relative achievment with respect to the course curriculum.

Examples: summative quizzes, tests, essays, reports, labs, and presentations.


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