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Alternative Assessment

Quiz by Claribel Lovos

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  • Q1
    What are the typical components of a rubric?
    Team projects, individual presentations, and class participation
    Multiple choice questions, vocabulary list, and essay prompts
    Charts, graphs, and diagrams
    Criteria, levels of performance, and descriptors
  • Q2
    In alternative assessment, what is a major advantage of using rubrics?
    Encouraging inconsistency in evaluation
    Enhancing feedback for students
    Restricting teacher guidance
    Limiting student understanding of expectations
  • Q3
    What are the two main types of rubrics used to assess student work?
    Narrative and descriptive
    Qualitative and quantitative
    Objective and subjective
    Analytic and holistic
  • Q4
    What is the main characteristic that differentiates an analytic rubric from a holistic rubric in alternative assessment in higher education?
    Analytic rubrics break down the criteria into separate components and provide a detailed description for each, while holistic rubrics assess overall performance based on a single scale.
    Analytic rubrics assess overall performance based on a single scale, while holistic rubrics break down the criteria into separate components.
    Analytic rubrics only provide a general overview of performance, holistic rubrics provide detailed descriptions.
    Analytic rubrics and holistic rubrics do not differ in their structure or assessment approach.
  • Q5
    What is the final step in developing rubrics for alternative assessment in higher education?
    Define criteria
    Define purpose of learning task
    Choose rubric type
    Write performance descriptors
  • Q6
    Why is it important for alternative assessment instruments to be both valid and reliable?
    To adjust the difficulty level of the questions
    To make the assessment process more difficult for students
    To ensure that the results accurately reflect the intended outcomes and are consistent over time
    To increase the number of questions in the instrument
  • Q7
    Which type of validity is used to determine the extent to which test scores are related to a criterion measured at the same time?
    Concurrent validity
    Content validity
    Predictive validity
    Face validity
  • Q8
    How does the construct map in alternative assessment illustrate the relationship between student ability levels and the difficulty of assessment tasks?
    By showing lower ability students in line with lower level items
    By separating all students from assessment items
    By placing students randomly on the map
    By highlighting higher ability students above all items
  • Q9
    Which statistical analysis can be used to analyze construct validity in measuring tools?
    Descriptive Statistics
    Regression Analysis
    Exploratory Factor Analysis [EFA]
  • Q10
    Which type of reliability focuses on the consistency of scoring for most items within a rating scale of a concept?
    Internal consistency

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