Reflection: Backwards Planning Energy Assessment - Section 2: Test Taking


I did not include the assessment I used because I feel that each assessment has to be developed based on the purposes and understandings you want data on. When I created this assessment I did it in collaboration with others that I work with. We used resources we had and also those that were included in the FOSS kit. The diagrams from the FOSS kit worksheets were helpful in order for students to label and explain what was happening and why from the experiments we had conducted. 

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  Backwards Planning: Test Creation
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Energy Assessment

Unit 3: Magnets, Energy and Assessment
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate and explain what they have learned about energy in the form of an assessment.

Big Idea: Assessment allows for decisions to be made that can help support student learning. It is relevant when trying to determine growth.

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Science, Magnetism, assessment, Energy, Energy, Magnets
  70 minutes
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