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by Janet Coffey,Rowena Douglas,Carole Stearns
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  • Author:
    Janet Coffey,Rowena Douglas,Carole Stearns
  • ISBN:
    1933531401
  • ISBN13:
    978-1933531403
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    National Science Teachers Association; current PB219X edition (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    350 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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Janet Coffey and Carole Stearns. Different uses of information gleaned from assessment have led us to talk about assessment of learning and assessment for learning, or, in assessment terminology, summative and formative assessment

Janet Coffey and Carole Stearns. Although it dominates attention, annual testing is only a small corner of what occurs in the classroom in the name of as- sessment. Different uses of information gleaned from assessment have led us to talk about assessment of learning and assessment for learning, or, in assessment terminology, summative and formative assessment. All of these purposes, forms, and functions are im- portant; all are at play in the classroom.

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Normative evaluation identified some positive features, such as recognition of contextual factors beyond technology, and a diversity of referent domains and ideas.

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Assessment for learning: Putting it into practice. Berkshire: Open University Press. Promoting self-regulation in science regulation: Metacognition as part of a broader perspective on learning.

It takes a broad view of learning as encompassing explicit and implicit as well as individual and collective learning processes. The central argument of the book is that the practice of L&D should be based upon a rigorous theoretical and empirical base.

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The National Science Foundation-funded research projects described here show the strong link between assessment and improved student learning; the essays invite science teachers to reflect on their practices and priorities and to consider a variety of productive assessment strategies and frameworks. The central ideas around which the chapters are based and which provide compelling data to fuel conversations about assessment purposes and opportunities include the: Roles of assessment in teaching and learning Characteristics of meaningful assessment items Need for research to validate assessment practices Significance of assessing both student knowledge and their misconceptions Value of assessing students ability to apply their knowledge Importance of assessment-focused professional development In addressing assessment as a central element of teaching practice, Assessing Science Learning explores the various forms assessment can take, including student journal entries, feedback on lab reports, observations of students engaged in activities, whole-class discussion, and large annual tests.