I guess assessing means to give a student a grade for Power School so a report card can be run so the student can show a parent that the student is passing a class. However, I assess my students everyday. Sometimes they have a bad day. Should a bad day fail a student? No

I assess students to measure how much they have learned. I am trying to see what needs to be retaught and what has been clearly understood. Assessments can help me see where students are struggling so I can make a plan to help them to more fully understand the concepts that have been presented.

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I guess assessing means to give a student a grade for Power School so a report card can be run so the student can show a parent that the student is passing a class. However, I assess my students everyday. Sometimes they have a bad day. Should a bad day fail a student? No

To determine understanding of material. To see what areas need to be retaught. Also, to see what I, as a teacher, am teaching effectively.

To know where to begin with your journey in the classroom with the students.

To see what students have learned and to see if modications in instruction are needed.

To make it matter. In analyzing literature, I ask my students What does it SAY? What does it MEAN? What does it MATTER?

Assessment is used to see what the students have learned. It can be used as another tool for learning and to see what skills need to be reviewed.

I assess students to measure how much they have learned. I am trying to see what needs to be retaught and what has been clearly understood. Assessments can help me see where students are struggling so I can make a plan to help them to more fully understand the concepts that have been presented.

you can look at students progress

We assess students for content mastery and progress in the class. Assessments also serve as an indicator for what we need to reteach.

To determine level of understanding, figure out what to "reteach"

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