The five principles of assessment that could be applied in a classroom setting include: Practicality
The practicality ensures that tasks in the assessments can be applied in the daily lives of students. The tasks need to engage them hand-on, to enhance their learning using real-life situations.
The assessment should be reliable in the lives of students using clear and consistent pedagogical methods that can be dependable in the future.
This principle ensures that the tasks involved in the assessment process are related to the criteria applied. Validity enhances student's attainment of the learning results intended at a specific educational level.
The amount of assessment tasks should be manageable to learners. This aspect could be enhanced when teachers issue an appropriate amount of work that students could complete within a given period of time.
Equitable and inclusive
The assessment should consider all learners without discriminating against anyone based on gender orientations, physical abilities, and race. The teacher could observe this by ensuring equal treatment for all learners and applying learning strategies that make all students feel included in the sessions.