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Great tools and new ideas to enhance interest in the virtual classroom. I loved the stool analogy regarding before, during, and after assessments. This assists in assessing where a student is in regards to knowing and learning the content in the course. It can also develop more connections with the content. I also love the idea of incorporating a video/audio component to provide feedback to the students. My LMS has this availability, but for some reason, I never use it. This can provide meaningful feedback to students in a personalized manner.
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Comment on Kelly Wilkinson's post: Thank you for your insight.

Value-added evaluation is a strategy that allows measuring instructional effectiveness. It is defined, operationally, as the difference between students' performance on a standardized test

You have to know how to differentiate a subjective evaluation from an objective one, since each of them obeys different evaluation dynamics, in the same way the instruments used pass through different criteria, which range from the answers to how they will be evaluated and how to guarantee that both are measuring from the subjectivity or objectivity of the aspects evaluated.

It is very important to understand that the entire learning evaluation process is developed through three types of evaluation: diagnostic, formative and summative. The diagnosis allows us to review the student's previous knowledge regarding the topic to be worked on, then the training allows us to work on the learning process, guiding and correcting the student to achieve the best results, which is why it is also discussed as the assessment process. Finally, summative evaluation allows grading the final result based on the learning achieved established in the learning objective

When planning a course, the Instructor must select the tools and strategies to use to evaluate. For this she must understand that all students learn differently, therefore she must be careful when standardizing these evaluation tools, she must also consider the learning objectives so that she can select the most appropriate tool to achieve the proposed objective

I was able to reflect on the fact that my sample lesson plan includes diagnostic assessments, formative assessments, and summative assessments.  This was reassuring.  I feel that this video provided the different options for each type of assessment for future reference when updating lesson plans.

metarubrics evaluate multiple rubrics for clarity and criteria.

Rubrics should be clear and you can find examples on the internet

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