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Subject matter and related pedagogical knowledge in teacher education
Abstract What kinds of knowledge do teachers need in order to be effective in their classrooms? This question has received much attention recently. This paper outlines a framework for teachers'Expand
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Science Educator's Guide to Laboratory Assessment
The book opens with an up-to-date discussion of assessment theory, research, and uses. Expand
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Factors Associated with the Relationship between Formal, Informal, and Nonformal Science Learning
Abstract The responses of 544 10th grade students to a questionnaire indicated that informal/nonformal science activities (discussions, watching TV, listening to the radio, reading, and otherExpand
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Justifying the selection of answers in multiple choice items
Although multiple choice tests, as commonly used, can be rightly criticized, their structure, when wisely used, makes them an excellent diagnostic tool for identifying students’ conceptions,Expand
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A Comprehensive Use of Concept Mapping in Design Instruction and Assessment
Abstract This study describes the use of concept mapping (CM) in design, instruction and assessment, related to a microbiology program prepared for high school (grades 10 and 11) students in Israel.Expand
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