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Authentic Assessment

Authentic Assessment

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According to Grant Wiggins (1998), an assignment is authentic if it

  • is realistic
  • requires judgment and innovation
  • asks the student to “do” the subject
  • replicates or simulates the contexts in which adults are “tested” in the workplace or in civic or personal life
  • assesses the student’s ability to efficiently and effectively use a repertoire of knowledge and skills to negotiate a complex task
  • allows appropriate opportunities to rehearse, practice, consult resources, and get feedback on and refine performances and products

Authentic Assessment Resources

"Authentic Assessment" by Amy Lin, Linda Facchini, and Angela Ripley – recorded at Teaching & Learning Day Fall 2020 on Oct. 26, 2020

Authentic Assessment Toolbox created by Jon Mueller

Authentic Assessments Ideas (PDF) 

Authentic Assessment information from the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning at Indiana University

Making the Grade: The role of assessment in authentic learning from Marilyn May Lombardi

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