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published by the Education Development Center, Inc.
This resource provides information for educators to learn about the different types of assessments used in K-12 science curricula.

The guide is organized into three sections: Elementary (K–5), Middle School (6–8), and High School Assessments (9–12).  Each section has assessment examples categorized into five groups:
  1. Observations, interviews, and discussions,
  2. Written assessments,
  3. Performance assessments,
  4. Graphics, and
  5. Self-assessments.

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Education Foundations
- Assessment
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= Instruments
= Summative Assessment
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- Active Learning
- Instructional Material Design
- High School
- Middle School
- Elementary School
- Collection
- Instructional Material
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= Instructor Guide/Manual
- Assessment Material
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- Physical Science
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Keywords:
charts and graphs, diagrams, introductory questionnaires, post unit tests, quick-writes, science notebook entries, Assessment, class charts, drawings, formative assessment, observation, performance assessment, post test, pre-test, role playing and simulations, summative assessment, types of assessment
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Metadata instance created November 5, 2007 by Cathy Ezrailson
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(Education Development Center, Inc., Newton, 1994), WWW Document, (http://cse.edc.org/products/assessment/assesshome.asp).
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An Introduction to Assessments in K–12 Science Curricula (Education Development Center, Inc., Newton, 1994), <http://cse.edc.org/products/assessment/assesshome.asp>.
APA Format
An Introduction to Assessments in K–12 Science Curricula. (2007, January 1). Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Education Development Center, Inc.: http://cse.edc.org/products/assessment/assesshome.asp
Chicago Format
Education Development Center, Inc.. An Introduction to Assessments in K–12 Science Curricula. Newton: Education Development Center, Inc., January 1, 2007. http://cse.edc.org/products/assessment/assesshome.asp (accessed 28 August 2014).
MLA Format
An Introduction to Assessments in K–12 Science Curricula. Newton: Education Development Center, Inc., 1994. 1 Jan. 2007. 28 Aug. 2014 <http://cse.edc.org/products/assessment/assesshome.asp>.
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