Published December 7, 2004
by Academic Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Joel J. Mintzes (Editor), James H. Wandersee (Editor), Joseph D. Novak (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||407|
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Assessing Student Understanding in Science provides educators with essential methods to best assess student proficiency and performance in science. The authors provide an extensive collection of strategies and examples for elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Assessing Student Understanding in Science A Standards-Based K Handbook. Other Titles in: Educators need a way to better assess science curriculum, teaching, and student learning to help our students become leaders, not just followers, in their technological future. Sandra Enger and Robert Yager, two experts in the field, provide the way. • To understand the concept of constructivism; • To apply constructivist theory on assessment; • To find differences between traditional assessment and constructivist approach to assessment; • To explain misconcepts in understanding of Size: KB. The assessment standards provide criteria to judge progress toward the science education vision of scientific literacy for all. The standards describe the quality of assessment practices used by teachers and state and federal agencies to measure student achievement and the opportunity provided students to learn science.
With younger students, science notebooks can be an excellent tool to assess student performance, understanding, and needs in a conference. Peer-conferences and peer-assessment using the rubric can be used in Grades 3 through 8, along with periodic conferences where questions can be asked and answered and a dialogue can be shared about the. Assessing Science Understanding is a companion volume to Teaching Science for Understanding, and explores how to assess whether learning has taken place. The book discusses a range of promising new and practical tools for assessment including concept maps, vee diagrams, 4/5(1). The book Written Tasks, in the Assessing Science in the Primary Classroom series, describes the development and use of written tasks designed to assess process (enquiry) skills. All the tasks are related to a unifying theme (The walled garden) which teachers can present as a class project. Tasks are grouped into. Science MCQs focused book, good for frequent practices. Available in Lower & Upper Blocks. Easy daily revision to build up the knowledge. Available P3-P6 (Value for money, this is a thick book!) Promotes the development of a student’s skills in answering structured and open-ended questions in important Science examinations.