Science - Assessing elementary science

A list of resources found mostly in the Doucette Library about various methods and forms of assessing student work.
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This concise handbook offers over 100 ready-to-use performance lists, holistic rubrics, and analytic rubrics appropriate for K-12 science classroom programs.

This concise handbook offers over 100 ready-to-use performance lists, holistic rubrics, and analytic rubrics appropriate for science classroom programs.

Overview of the feedback loop -- Setting goals -- Designing, selecting, and adapting tools -- Collecting data -- Making inferences -- Closing the feedback loop -- Using the feedback loop to plan and inform instruction -- Collaborating with colleagues.

NSTA Science Store :: The Feedback Loop: Using Formative Assessment Data for Science Teaching and Learning :: NSTA Press Book

This collection will help you draw out and then recognize what students know, or think they know, about the natural world. What Are They Thinking? is a compendium of 30 "Formative Assessment Probes" columns from NSTA's elementary journal Science and Children.

A hard fought winner in Professional Resources' Instruction and Classroom Practice category. // From popular NSTA author Page Keeley, What Are They Thinking? allows teachers to effectively assess learning and growth in elementary students.

If you want to learn about the latest research on assessment techniques that really work, the ideal sourcebook is right here in your hands. "Assessment in Science" is a collection of up-to-date reports by authors who are practicing KOCo16 classroom teachers and university-based educators and researchers."

If you want to learn about the latest research on assessment techniques that really work, the ideal sourcebook is right here in your hands. "Assessment in Science" is a collection of up-to-date reports by authors who are practicing KOCo16 classroom teachers and university-based educators and researchers."

Before your students can discover accurate science, you need to uncover the preconceptions they already have.

Assessment probes to discover student misconceptions and alternative understandings about scientists and the scientific process.

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