The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
Guided Response: Review several of your peers’ posts and respond to at least two discussing their answers. Did your peers see things from a different angle? Mention new learning that may have occurred based off of reading your peers response.
What’s the Principle? CAT is useful in courses requiring problem-solving. This principle requires that students find a technique or principle to which they would solve the problem handed out. An example I have used working is when being delegated to complete a task with little guidance requires me to create my own way of doing it in order to complete the task or solve the problem. I have been given the ability to create an excel spreadsheet that allowed me to keep track and process awards in the Army. I was able to use my own system but still solve the problem. It was beneficial because I knew how to set it up and was able to work through the issues and was able to teach others in order for it to fit their needs.
I have learned that whichever you choose to use as a way to teach it requires that you become knowledgeable of all of the CATs in order to figure out which way would fit your student’s needs. Since I want to teach at the college level I believe anyone that I choose will yield higher results in learning retention. If I was teaching at the Elementary level, I would choose those that reach a whole rather than an individual because of the type of learning environment.
Assessing student progress and learning is critical in understanding the design of instruction. Using the Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) listed in Chapter Twenty-Eight of your text, provide examples from your teaching or work experience where you have used one of the techniques. What did you learn from the CAT? How was it appropriate for your teaching?
This is actually my first time hearing the term Classroom Assessment Techniques. It is interesting because, after reading the chapter I realize I have been doing these types of assessments as a student. Since I am a fairly new teacher and I’ve primarily taught in a PreK and Kindergarten classroom, I haven’t really used any of these techniques in my classroom. However, as I prepare to work in a higher education college, the CATs techniques that I would implement throughout my course will be Journaling. Journaling is an assessment technique that allows the students to express their own personal sense of awareness of their own values and attitudes. It permits the students to reflect on their learning process.
CATs are very vital and are appropriate for teaching. These types of techniques provide feedback for the teacher to see which students are fully comprehending the learning content or which students need more time and reexplanation for the learning content. CATs also help to foster good working relationships with teachers and students.
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