Assessment in Science : A Guide to Professional Development and Classroom Practice

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Assessment in Science : A Guide to Professional Development and Classroom Practice

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Assessment in Science combines professional development and classroom practice in a single volume. The pragmatic nature of the book makes it a valuable resource for administrators and staff developers interested in designing professional development programs, and for science teachers looking for techniques and examples of classroom-based assessments. Unique features of Assessment in Science include: 1) practical strategies and tools for implementing successful professional development programs in science assessment, 2) teacher stories and case studies about classroom-based assessment practice and how these teachers changed their assessment practice, 3) examples of classroom-based assessments and scoring guides, 4) samples of student work with teacher commentary, and 5) examples of how the national reform documents in science education served as tools in professional development programs and in designing classroom-based assessments. Assessment in Science expands the existing literature on science assessment by sharing a model for professional development, and examples of teacher-developed assessments with accompanying student work and teacher commentary. Chapters written by science teachers tell how they assess students and how they have changed their assessment practice, as well as how changing assessment practice has resulted in a change in their science instruction. Assessment in Science is targeted at practising professionals in science education: administrators, staff developers, science teachers, and university science educators. Assessment in Science has applicability to graduate-level courses in science education and in-service courses for science teachers. The teacher chapters are also appropriate for use in undergraduate science methods courses to illustrate classroom-based assessments.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   vii
Dedication vii
Introduction to Assessment in Science: A 1 (6)
Guide to Professional Development and
Classroom Practice
Daniel P. Shepardson
SECTION I 7 (92)
A Professional Development Framework for 9 (30)
Collaborating with Teachers to Change
Classroom Assessment Practice
Daniel P. Shepardson
The NRC Standards as a Tool in the 39 (14)
Professional Development of Science Teachers
Assessment Knowledge and Practice
Edith S. Gummer
Daniel P. Shepardson
Facilitating Change in Classroom Assessment 53 (14)
Practice: Issues for Professional Development
Edith S. Gummer
Daniel P. Shepardson
Thinking about Assessment: An Example from an 67 (16)
Elementary Classroom
Daniel P. Shepardson
A Framework for Thinking about and Planning 83 (16)
Classroom Assessments in Science
Daniel P. Shepardson
Edith S. Gummer
SECTION II 99 (150)
Assessment for Emergent Science Literacy in 101(18)
Classrooms for Young Children
Susan J. Britsch
Tools for Assessing and Teaching Science in 119(30)
Elementary and Middle School
Daniel P. Shepardson
Susan J. Britsch
Assessing Children's Science Learning and 149(14)
Process Skills in the Elementary Classroom
Brenda Main
Pedagogical-Assessment Activities in a Middle 163(18)
School Life Science Classroom
Marilynn Edwards
The Multidimensional Assessment of Student 181(16)
Performance in Middle School Science
Vicky Jackson
Developing and Using Diagnostic and Summative 197(14)
Assessments to Determine Students' Conceptual
Understanding in a Junior High School Earth
Science Classroom
Ted Leuenberger
Alternatives to Teaching and Assessing in A 211(16)
High School Chemistry Classroom: Computer
Animations and Other Forms of Visualization
Vicky Flick
Authentic Assessment in High School Science: 227(22)
A Classroom Perspective
David E. Emery
SECTION III 249(8)
What We Have Learned: A Summary of Chapter 251(6)
Themes
Daniel P. Shepardson
Notes on Contributors 257(2)
Author Index 259(2)
Subject Index 261