End of Course Test: Assessing Students Classically – Charter School Course
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What are students ultimately asking for when they ask for a better grade?CorrectIncorrect
In the homily of St. John of Chrysostom, which was read in the lecture, all of those present for the original reading were anticipating:CorrectIncorrect
Friendship is difficult to quantify with a number or letter grade.CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following has characterized training and education throughout most of human history?CorrectIncorrect
According to Andrew Kern, what should characterize assessment in the classical tradition?CorrectIncorrect
What is the best way to nourish a child?CorrectIncorrect
What should a child never be told when being apprenticed in the arts of learning?CorrectIncorrect
According to Dr. Williams, which of the following increased upon the advent of grading?CorrectIncorrect
The rise of mathematics and Newtonian science were more easily tested by written exams becauseCorrectIncorrect
The current system of grading in the United States serves which of the following ends?CorrectIncorrect
Which designations does Joshua Gibbs use in grading his students?CorrectIncorrect
How can a teacher know if a student will benefit from an assessment?CorrectIncorrect
Our best assessment of the student’s love and growth in virtue is going to be:CorrectIncorrect
In order to avoid a time of chaotic questioning of the teacher upon the return of an assessment, Robyn Burlew suggests that a teacher can do which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
Which of following should a teacher ensure is showing up on assessments for his students?CorrectIncorrect
A test should be a gift given to a student.CorrectIncorrect
C.S. Lewis says that one of the mistakes that teachers make is to teach too many subjects at once, which deprives students of a taste of mastery.CorrectIncorrect
Augustine’s childhood education was so supportive and warm that upon reflection he confessed that if given the choice, he would certainly go back to his childhood.CorrectIncorrect
Curiositas is a moral vice of that appetite that misuses the intellect to pursue forbidden knowledge, to pursue knowledge for disordered means, and to pursue knowledge for disordered ends.CorrectIncorrect
Students will improve if they begin the year receiving 100% returns on their assessments.CorrectIncorrect
In 500 to 600 words, describe how a contemporary classical educator could assess students according to principles and practices from the classical tradition.
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