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Boda, Phillip A.; Bathia, Shruti; Linn, Marcia C. – Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2021
Integrating sophisticated graphical analysis skills as they learn science is essential for K-12 students and emphasized in current standards. In this study, we iteratively designed a Graphing Integration Inventory (GII) over a three-year period, while also supporting students to develop their capabilities to use graphs to learn science content in…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Graphs, Teaching Methods, Science Instruction
Mohan, Nicky; Jukes, Ian; Schaaf, Ryan L. – Corwin, 2021
While reading, writing, and arithmetic remain important, they are no longer enough. For learners to thrive, they must move beyond traditional literacies to modern fluencies--the unconscious mental processes that are learned, adapted, and applied in the context of real-world problems and challenges. In this book, the authors unpack the fluencies…
Descriptors: Competence, Lesson Plans, Scoring Rubrics, Discussion (Teaching Technique)
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Parsh, Bridget; Merrifield, Emily; Migliaccio, Todd; Munoz, Rheena – College Teaching, 2021
First Year Seminars have been found to positively impact student experience and retention in universities, especially in large-outcome measures such as grade point average, retention rates, and ultimately, graduation rates. Common learning experiences, a high-impact practice, such as course readings, a syllabus template, and discussion topics help…
Descriptors: First Year Seminars, Student Evaluation, Academic Achievement, Assignments
Dueck, Myron – ASCD, 2021
Assessment is an essential part of teaching and learning, but too often it leads to misleading conclusions--sometimes with dire consequences for students. How can educators improve assessment practices so that the results are accurate, meaningful, informative, and fair? Educator and best-selling author Myron Dueck draws from his firsthand…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Evaluation Methods, Student Participation, Testing
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Edyburn, Keith; Edyburn, Dave L. – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2021
In the fairy tale "Goldilocks," a young girl enters the home of three bears. As she explores the porridge, chairs, and beds, in each situation she is seeking what is "just right." It seems that Goldilocks is the perfect metaphor for describing learners experiencing universal design for learning (UDL) because it highlights the…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Teacher Role, Educational Resources, Educational Technology
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Johnson, Evelyn S.; Zheng, Yuzhu; Crawford, Angela R.; Moylan, Laura A. – Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2021
In this study, we examined the relationship of special education teachers' performance on the Recognizing Effective Special Education Teachers (RESET) Explicit Instruction observation protocol with student growth on academic measures. Special education teachers provided video-recorded observations of three instructional lessons along with data…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Evaluation, Direct Instruction
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Tapprich, William E.; Reichart, Letitia; Simon, Dawn M.; Duncan, Garry; McClung, William; Grandgenett, Neal; Pauley, Mark A. – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
The lack of an instructional definition of bioinformatics delays its effective integration into biology coursework. Using an iterative process, our team of biologists, a mathematician/computer scientist, and a bioinformatician together with an educational evaluation and assessment specialist, developed an instructional definition of the…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Definitions, Genetics, Biology
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Suprapto, Nadi; Cahyani, Didin Nur; Ardianto, Didit; Mubarok, Husni – International Journal of Instruction, 2021
The aims of the study were analyzing students' understanding and skills to make concept mapping in work energy matter through C-Map application software. True experimental method with randomized control group pre-test and post-test design was utilized in the research method. The research involved 72 public high school students from second…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Concept Mapping, Computer Software, Comparative Analysis
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Bolzani, Daniela; Luppi, Elena – Education & Training, 2021
Purpose: While the number of entrepreneurship education programmes offered around the world is on the rise, research into the assessment of entrepreneurship education programmes is still lacking. The purpose of this paper is to take the stance that entrepreneurship education has to focus on a set of transversal competences aimed at teaching…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Program Evaluation, Teaching Methods, Guidelines
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Nutefall, Jennifer E.; Barry, Maureen; Gruber, Anne Marie; Ivey, Olivia – portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2021
Service-learning is an important practice in higher education, allowing institutions to combine essential campus functions of research and learning with meaningful engagement in the community. As service-learning has made its way into institutional strategic plans, libraries have sought to support this work by integrating community engagement into…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Academic Libraries, Library Services, Program Evaluation
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Álvarez-Díaz, Marcos; Muñiz-Bascón, Luis Magín; Soria-Alemany, Antonio; Veintimilla-Bonet, Alberto; Fernández-Alonso, Rubén – International Journal of Music Education, 2021
Evaluation of music performance in competitive contexts often produces discrepancies between the expert judges. These discrepancies can be reduced by using appropriate rubrics that minimise the differences between judges. The objective of this study was the design and validation of an analytical evaluation rubric, which would allow the most…
Descriptors: Competition, Music Activities, Performance, Scoring Rubrics
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Aguirre-Muñoz, Zenaida; Yeter, Ibrahim H.; S. Loria Garro, Elias; Koca, Fatih – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2021
Despite the impetus from professional organizations for science and mathematics integration, few teacher training programs provide opportunities for teachers to develop the knowledge and skills in effective content integration. This study reports on the impact of a graduate course on in-service middle school, math, and science teachers'…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Mathematics Teachers, Science Teachers, Knowledge Base for Teaching
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Bearman, Margaret; Ajjawi, Rola – Studies in Higher Education, 2021
'Transparency' is frequently invoked when describing assessment criteria in higher education. However, there are limitations to the metaphor: 'transparent' representations give the illusion that everything can (and should) be explicated, and that students are 'seeing through' to the educators' expectations. Drawing from sociomaterial perspectives…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Evaluation Criteria, Student Evaluation, Figurative Language
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Auxtero, Leah Conejos; Callaman, Roar Abalos – Journal of Research and Advances in Mathematics Education, 2021
Rubric has been associated with the term assessment used for grading and/or scoring. However, it might observe less, but it is also designed as students 'learning tool. This study was conducted to provide empirical facts on its effectiveness as a learning tool in teaching Applications of Derivatives in Basic Calculus. It used the…
Descriptors: Calculus, Mathematics Instruction, Scoring Rubrics, Teaching Methods
Volungeviciene, Airina; Brown, Mark; Greenspon, Rasa; Gaebel, Michael; Morrisroe, Alison – European University Association, 2021
Digitally enhanced learning and teaching is widely used across the European Higher Education Area, with general acceptance growing over the years and institutions widely acknowledging the benefits it brings to the student experience. The strategic focus being placed on digitally enhanced learning and teaching has increased, undoubtedly accelerated…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Program Evaluation, Self Evaluation (Groups)
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