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written by Joel Mintzes, Eileen Lewis, and Michael Zeilik
The FLAG offers broadly applicable, self-contained modular classroom assessment techniques and discipline-specific tools for STEM instructors interested in new approaches to evaluating student learning, attitudes and performance. Each has been developed, tested and refined in real colleges and universities classrooms. The FLAG also contains an assessment primer, a section to help you select the most appropriate assessment technique(s) for your course goals, and other resources.
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Topic: Astronomy
Unit Title: Astronomy Resources For the High School Classroom

This is an assessment guide for STEM instructors.  Learn about research-based assessment design and view examples of varied classroom assessment techniques (CAT's).   Diagnostic pre-tests are included for both astronomy and physics learners.
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