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Nationäó»s Report Card: Science in Action: Hands-On and Interactive Computer Tasks from the 2009 Science Assessment
Jack Buckley (ed)
Science education is not just about learning facts in a classroom äóî itäó»s about doing activities where students put their understanding of science principles into action. Thatäó»s why two unique types of activity-based tasks were administered as part of the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) science assessment. In addition to the paper-and-pencil questions, fourth-, eighth-, and twelfth-graders also completed hands-on and interactive computer tasks, which help us understand not only what students know, but how well they are able to reason through complex problems and apply science to real-life situations. While performing these tasks, students manipulate objects and perform actual experiments, offering us richer data on how students respond to scientific challenges. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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