Lennections Cumulative Science Assesslets offer a comprehensive solution that encompasses content, expertise, and data to ensure students' mastery of the science standards taught throughout the school year. Assesslets enable educators to proactively identify any misconceptions and address areas of weakness well in advance of end-of-year or end-of-course testing.
Cumulative Assesslets for Science
Our cumulative Assesslets for Science are aligned and assess a representation of the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE). These cumulative forms can help teachers to gather strong evidence on student learning toward the overall end-of-year expectations at each grade level.
These Assesslets are offered for 1st Grade through 8th Grade and the following high school courses: Physical Science and Biology.
Why use Science Assesslets?
Are designed to provide a comprehensive view of student learning
Identify a wider range of knowledge, skills, and concepts that students have not mastered so adjustments can be made to instructional practices and strategies
Provides information on how well students understand concepts and are able to demonstrate knowledge and skills
Requires extended reasoning and critical thinking beyond basic recall
When to Administer Science Assesslets
Assesslets can be administers anytime you would like to gauge students learning.
Use for a pretest in the beginning of the year to plan instruction based on your students' academic needs
Use mid-year to measure the mastery of standards taught and determine a pacing guide for the remainder of the year
Most commonly, our clients administer the Cumulative Science Assesslets between February and March. Most of the standards have been taught at this point and still allow for time to reteach and address standards or concepts that need attention before end of year or end of course testing.
Elevate Science Education with Lennections Cumulative Assesslets
Assesslets empower educators to proactively identify misconceptions, address weaknesses, and make necessary adjustments to instructional practices and strategies by providing a comprehensive view of student learning well before end-of-year or end-of-course testing.