gundulajano wrote:Was könnte der Satz
"the rubber meets the road with assessment" bedeuten?
Vielen Dank für Eure Unterstützung!!
Hier ist das korrekte Zitat; es geht um Lernziele:
"The logic of backward design applies regardless of the learning goals. For example, when starting from a state content standard, curriculum designers need to determine the appropriate assessment evidence stated or implied in the standard. Likewise, a staff developer should determine what evidence will indicate that the adults have learned the intended knowledge or skill before planning the various workshop activities.
The rubber meets the road with assessment. Three different teachers may all be working toward the same content standards, but if their assessments vary considerably, how are we to know which students have achieved what? Agreement on needed evidence of learning leads to greater curricular coherence and more reliable evaluation by teachers. Equally important is the long-term gain in teacher, student, and parent insight about what does and does not count as evidence of meeting complex standards."
(Understanding by Design, Expanded 2nd Edition
by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
Chapter 1. Backward Design)http://www.ubdexchange.org/resources/backwards.html
Das Nomen 'assessment' meint hier die Leistungsbeurteilung.
"The rubber meets the road with assessment."
"Entscheidend ist die Leistungsbeurteilung."