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Eric.ed.gov – Science and Math Assessment in K-6 Rural and Small Schools. Rural, Small Schools Network Information Exchange: Number 14, Spring 1993.

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This packet includes reprints of journal articles and other resources concerning the assessment of science and math in small, rural elementary schools. Articles include: (1) “Standards, Assessment, and Educational Quality” (Lauren B. Resnick); (2) “A True Test: Toward More Authentic and Equitable Assessment” (Grant Wiggins); (3) “How World-Class Standards Will Change Us” (Arthur L. Costa); (4) “Smart Tests” (Deborah L. Cohen); (5) “Laser Disk Portfolios: Total Child Assessment” (Jo Campbell); (6) “Portfolios Invite Reflection–from Students and Staff” (Elizabeth A. Hebert); (7) “Portfolio Assessment in the Hands of Teachers” (Clare Forseth); (8) “Portfolio Assessment” (Susan Black); (9) “Assessing the Outcomes of Computer-Based Instruction: The Experience of Maryland” (Gita Z. Wilder, Mary Fowles); (10) “Why Standards May Not Improve Schools” (Elliot W. Eisner); (11) “Assessing Alternative Assessment” (Gene I. Maeroff); (12) “Assessment Recordkeeping in a Non-Graded Developmentally-Based Program” (Elsbeth Bellemere, Jeanne King); (13) “Strategies for the Development of Effective Performance Exercises” (Joan Boykoff Baron); (14) “Evaluating Elementary Science” (Rodney L. Doran and others); (15) “Science for All: Getting It Right for the 21st Century” (Kenneth M. Hoffman, Elizabeth K. Stage); (16) “Active Assessment for Active Science” (George E. Hein); (17) “The Nature of Elementary Science: What Does ‘It’ Look Like?” (Gregg Humphrey); (18) “Assessment: What Is ‘IT’?” (Gregg Humphrey); (19) “What’s Worth Assessing?” (Monte Moses); (20) “Creating Benchmarks for Science Education” (Andrew Ahlgren); (21) “Assessment, Practically Speaking” (Lehman W. Barnes, Marianne B. Barnes); (22) “Getting Connected to Science” (Candace L. Julyan); (23) “EDTALK: What We Know about Science Teaching and Learning”; (24) “What We’ve Learned about Assessing Hands-On Science” (Richard J. Shavelson, Gail P. Baxter); (25) “NCTM’s Standards: A Rallying Flag for Mathematics Teachers” (Thomas A. Romberg); (26) “Measuring What’s Worth Learning”; (27) “Report Offers Glimpse of Mathematics Assessment of the Future” (Robert Rothman); (28) “The Power of Thinking Mathematics” (Alice J. Gill, Lovely H. Billups); (29) “Bringing Meaning to Math with a Student-Run Store” (Deborah Black); (30) “Employer Expectations for School Mathematics” (Henry O. Pollak); and (31) “Evaluating Problem Solving in Mathematics” (Walter Szetela, Cynthia Nicol). (LP)

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