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This website provides free web-based learning and assessment tools for middle and high school teachers to use with their students. These tools, which include web-served assessments, are aligned with National Standards and Benchmarks in science and mathematics. Resources in this project have been developed and tested by teachers and are based on research into the teaching and learning of math and science. Diagnoser delivers sets of questions as formative assessments to inform learning and instruction rather than assign scores. Students receive feedback on their thinking as they work through their assignment and teachers can access reports on students' thinking related to the assigned content.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number REC-0129406.
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Date Metadata Instance was created September 4, 2003 by Kyle Whipple
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January 5, 2018 by Caroline Hall
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October 20, 2008
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This resource is part of 4 Physics Front Topical Units.


Topic: Measurement and the Language of Physics
Unit Title: Teaching Tools

Here is a set of free assessment tools for grades 6-12 on topics that cover force and motion, waves, properties of matter, and chemistry.  Diagnoser assessments are aligned with the NGSS, and include elicitation (warm-ups) and developmental lessons.  After completing the lesson, Diagnoser students answer digital question sets on specific topics, with immediate feedback provided to both teachers and learners. The final step in the process is "Prescriptive Activities", designed to target specific problematic areas located by Diagnoser.

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Topic: Measurement and the Language of Physics
Unit Title: Assessments

Here is a set of free assessment tools for grades 6-12 on topics that cover force and motion, waves, properties of matter, and chemistry.  Diagnoser assessments are aligned with the NGSS, and include elicitation (warm-ups) and developmental lessons.  After completing the lesson, Diagnoser students answer digital question sets on specific topics, with immediate feedback provided to both teachers and learners. The final step in the process is "Prescriptive Activities", designed to target specific problematic areas located by Diagnoser.

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Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion
Unit Title: Graphing

Here is a set of free assessment tools for grades 6-12 on topics related to physics and biology. Within the sub-topic of Force and Motion, you'll find assessments to gauge understanding of kinematics, the relationship of motion and force, and momentum. Diagnoser assessments are aligned with the NGSS, and include elicitation (warm-ups) and developmental lessons.  After completing the lesson, students answer digital question sets on specific topics, with immediate feedback provided to both teachers and learners. The final step in the process is "Prescriptive Activities", designed to target specific problematic areas located by Diagnoser.

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Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion
Unit Title: Assessments

Here is a set of free assessment tools for grades 6-12 on topics related to physics and biology. Within the sub-topic of Force and Motion, you'll find assessments to gauge understanding of kinematics, the relationship of motion and force, and momentum. Diagnoser assessments are aligned with the NGSS, and include elicitation (warm-ups) and developmental lessons.  After completing the lesson, students answer digital question sets on specific topics, with immediate feedback provided to both teachers and learners. The final step in the process is "Prescriptive Activities", designed to target specific problematic areas located by Diagnoser.

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