JST2 Task 2 Overview and tips
JRT2 Task 2—Summative evaluation on a published instructional tool
You don’t have to administer the assessment. You do create an assessment tool.
- Plan your evaluation.
- Determine the instructional tool that you will summatively evaluate by creating an assessment tool.
- For example, you might create a performance task and rubric to evaluate how well students can apply concepts from a chapter they read.
- The instructional tool is the textbook chapter.
- The assessment is the performance task and rubric.
- For example, you might create a quiz/test with 10 mixed questions to evaluate how well students understood concepts after an in-class activity.
- The instructional tool is the in-class activity.
- The assessment is the quiz/test.
- Describe the participants involved in the instruction who will complete the assessment.
- Write at least 3 objectives for the instructional tool.
- Create an assessment tool.
- Review "Creating Valid, High Quality Test, and Assessment Items."
- Demonstrate the validity of the assessment tool: Show that the objectives and the assessment tool line up.