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Tuesday, November 13

  1. page home edited ... Welcome to our new CMS Music Assessment Wiki! This is a "LIVING" Wiki intended to S…
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    Welcome to our new CMS Music Assessment Wiki!
    This is a "LIVING" Wiki intended to SHARE ideas and findings.Please, feel free to add documents and make changes!
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    on Music Assessment
    presented
    Assessmentpresented at the
    {http://musicstandards.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/logo-map-130x85.png} Music Education Standards and Assessment
    A resource for music educators across the United States.
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Thursday, September 6

Friday, August 24

  1. page Bloom's Taxonomy edited {Are_You_Out_of_Your_Bloomin'_Mind_.png} Changes in terminology between the two versions are per…
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    Changes in terminology between the two versions are perhaps the most obvious differences and can also cause the most confusion. Basically, Bloom's six major categories were changed from noun to verb forms. Additionally, the lowest level of the original, knowledge was renamed and became remembering. Finally, comprehension and synthesis were retitled to understanding and creating. In an effort to minimize the confusion, comparison images appear below.
    {http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/images/1/1e/Bloom_1.jpg} Caption:
    Caption:
    Terminology changes
    The new terms are defined as:
    Remembering: Retrieving, recognizing, and recalling relevant knowledge from long-term memory.
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  2. page Collecting Data Ideas edited ... Create graphs of Individual Student Growth and/or Class Mastery (see below) Post data in your…
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    Create graphs of Individual Student Growth and/or Class Mastery (see below)
    Post data in your classroom!
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    individual) assessment averages, changeaverages
    Change
    average as
    Pre & Post Data - to show individual & class growth
    Can be the EXACT same test! If your post-test is mearsuring what they've learned... give your students the test at the beginning to find out what they already know. Then, you can adjust your lessons to better meet your students' needs.
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  3. page Collecting Data Ideas edited ... Post data in your classroom! Motivate students to raise scores - post class/section (NOT indi…
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    Post data in your classroom!
    Motivate students to raise scores - post class/section (NOT individual) assessment averages, change average as retakes are done, and they will make it a competition.
    Pre & Post Data - to show individual & class growth
    Can be the EXACT same test! If your post-test is mearsuring what they've learned... give your students the test at the beginning to find out what they already know. Then, you can adjust your lessons to better meet your students' needs.

    {IndStGr.jpg} {ClassGrowth.jpg}
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