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summative

assessment
Prepared by:
Love Joy L. Amargo
BSEd- 4A
WHATS INSIDE?

Definition of
Summative Assessment
Formative vs.
Summative Assessment
\Examples
Advantages and
Disadvantages
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

refers to the assessment of participants, and


summarizes their development at a particular
time.
used to evaluate student learning, skill
acquisition, and academic achievement at the
conclusion of a defined instructional
periodtypically at the end of a project, unit,
course, semester, program, or school year.
Formative vs.
Summative
Formative:
When the cook tastes the soup.

Summative:
When the customer tastes the
soup.
Formative Assessment Summative Assessment
Assessment for learning Assessment of learning
Focuses on the process Focuses on the outcome
Monitor student learning to provide provide teachers and students with
ongoing feedbacks that can be used
by instructors to improve their information about the attainment
teaching and by the students to of knowledge
improve their learning
The goal is to evaluate student
Helps to identify students strengths learning at the end of an
and weaknesses and target areas that
need work. instructional unit by comparing it
against some sort of standard or
Help faculties recognize where
students are struggling and address benchmark
problems immediately. Assess whether the results of the
Foster development and object being evaluated met the
improvement within an on-going stated goals.
activity
Low stakes low or no point value High stakes or high point value
EXAMPLES
Examples of Formative Examples of
Assessment Summative Assessment

Final projects (Portfolio, Research


Projects and paper, Travelogue)

performances Chapter and Unit tests


Writing assignments Semester tests ( midterm and final
tests)

Tests and quizzes Standardized tests


Asking questions College admissions test (
CFAT )

End-of-course evaluation
(Advanced Placement or International
Baccalaureate exams ).
PROS AND CONS OF
SUMMATIVE
ASSESSMENT
PROS OF S.A CONS OF S.A
used to determine whether
and to what degree students not always the most accurate
have learned the lesson they reflection of learning.
have been taught;
they do nothing to identify
generally evaluative, rather and remedy instructional
than diagnostici.e., they
are more appropriately used problems before they
to determine learning become critical.
progress and achievement;
having one big test makes
evaluate the effectiveness of everyone anxious, and is
educational programs;
disruptive to school life.
measure progress toward
improvement goals;
make course-placement
decisions, among other
possible applications.
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