Assessment of Student Learning (Affective Domain and Portfolio) Quiz

Part 1. Affective Domain (Analysis). Identify the affective learning level being manifested in the following statements. Choose among RECEIVING, RESPONDING, VALUING, ORGANIZATION, and CHARACTERIZATION.

  1. listens to discussions of controversial issues with an open mind
  2. questions new ideals, concepts, models, etc in order to fully understand them
  3. shows self-reliance when working independently
  4. uses an objective approach in problem solving
  5. recognizes own abilities, limitations, and values and develops realistic aspirations
  6. demonstrates belief in the democratic process
  7. shows the ability to solve problems
  8. accepts responsibility for one’s behavior
  9. accepts professional and ethical standards
  10. informs management on matters that one feels strongly about
  11. participates in a campus blood drive
  12. listens for and remembers the names of newly introduced people
  13. displays a professional commitment to ethical practice on a daily basis
  14. revises judgments and changes behavior in the light of new evidence
  15. prioritizes time effectively to meet the needs of the organization, family and self

Part 2. Portfolio Assessment Principles and Purposes (Completion Type). Each statement about portfolio assessment principles and purposes contains an underlined word or phrase which makes it erroneous or incorrect. Change the underlined word or phrase to make the statement correct.

  1. A lesson plan is a purposeful collection of student work that exhibits the student’s efforts, progress and achievements in one or more areas.
  2. Portfolio assessment has clear goals. In fact, they are decided on at the beginning of instructions and are clear to students alone.
  3. Portfolio assessment develops dependent and passive
  4. Portfolio assessment caters to individuals in a homogenous
  5. One of the most significant aspects of portfolio assessment is its “individualistic approach,” in which students and teachers work together to identify especially significant or important artifacts captured in the portfolio.
  6. The main philosophy embedded in portfolio assessment is “individual and passive” assessment.
  7. The sense of “burdensome” on the part of the student that goes with portfolio assessment makes it quite attractive to learners in general.
  8. In terms of depth, portfolio assessment can show a wide range of skills to be demonstrated in the final output.
  9. Portfolio assessment develops negligence of own learning by students.
  10. Portfolio assessment develops intrapersonal skills. Students interact with other students in the development of their own portfolios.