Assessing Schools for Generation R (Responsibility): A Guide for Legislation and School Policy in Science Education (Softcover Reprint of the Original
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Chapter 1 Reclaiming Community As We Rethink Assessment By Deborah J. Tippins, Arthur J. Stewart, and Michael P. Mueller.- GENERATION R (RESPONSIBILITY).- Chapter 2 Introducing Generation R By Michael P. Mueller and Rachel A. Luther.- Chapter 3 Civic Responsibility and Science Education By Paul Theobald and John Siskar.- Chapter 4 Critical Civic Literacy and the Limits of Consumer-Based Citizenship By Cori Jakubiak and Michael P. Mueller.- Chapter 5 Fostering Independence: Assessing Student Development By Danielle V. Dennis.- Chapter 6 Assessing for Interdependent Responsibility By Molly Lawrence and Rosalie Romano.- RESPONSIBILITY WITH SCIENTIFIC LITERACY, ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING.- Chapter 7 Thinking (Scientifically) Responsibly: The Cultivation of Character in a Global Science Education Community By Dana L. Zeidler, Marvin W. Berkowitz and Kory Bennett.- Chapter 8 Assessment of Socio-scientific Reasoning: Linking Progressive Aims of Science Education to the Realities of Modern Education By Troy D. Sadler.- Chapter 9 Assessment Across Boundaries: How High-Quality Student Work Demonstrates Achievement, Shapes Practice, and Improves Communities By Alison Rheingold, Jayson Seaman and Ron Berger.- Chapter 10 The View from the Top of the Plateau By Fred N. Finley, Brad Johnson, and Hallie Kamesch.- Chapter 11 Benefits of Elementary Environmental Education By Ryan J. Brock and David T. Crowther.- Chapter 12 Teaching Earth Smarts: Equipping the Next Generation with the Capacity to Adapt By Bryan H. Nichols.- RESPONSIBILITY WITH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES.- Chapter 13 Digital Technologies and Assessment in the 21st Century Schooling By Jing Lei, Ji Shen and Laurene Johnson.- Chapter 14 New Interoperable Web Tools to Facilitate Decision-making to Support Community Sustainability By Elizabeth R. Smith, Anne C. Neale, C. Richard Ziegler, and Laura E. Jackson.- Chapter 15 Is There an App For That? Connecting Local Knowledge with Scientific Literacy By George E. Glasson.- Chapter 16 Developing Collective Decision-making through Future Learning Environments By Gillian Roehrig, David Groos and S. Selcen Guzey.- Chapter 17 GameWerks Camp: Using Gaming to Foster Learning by Design By Lucas John Jensen, Gregory M. Francom, Deborah J. Tippins and Michael Orey.- Chapter 18 The Power of the Globe and Geospatial Technologies to Empower Teachers and Students in the Digital Age By Rita A. Hagevik.- RESPONSIBILITY WITH DEVELOPING LIFELONG RELATIONSHIPS.- Chapter 19 The Importance of Cultural Studies for Education: For Teachers and Policymakers in America By Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon.- Chapter 20 Culture, Environment, and Education in the Anthropocene By David A. Greenwood.- Chapter 21 Science Education in and for Turbulent Times By Kenneth Tobin.- Chapter 22 Free Choice Science Learning and Generation R By Lynn Dierking.- Chapter 23 Educating for Scientific Literacy, Citizenship, and Sustainability: Learning from Native Hawaiian Perspectives By Pauline W.U. Chinn.- Chapter 24 From Local Observations to Global Relationships By Xavier Fazio and Doug Karrow.- Chapter 25 Our Shared Forests-Ecuador and Southeast US Migratory Bird Partnership By Anne M. Shenk.- RESPONSIBILITY WITH DECISIONS, POLICYMAKING, AND LEGISLATION.- Chapter 26 Frankenstein, Monsters, and Science Education: The Need for Broad-based Educational Policy By Bradley D. Rowe.- Chapter 27 School Policy in Science Education By George E. DeBoer.- Chapter 28 Some Challenges in Planning Educational Programs for Generation R By J Myron Atkin.- Chapter 29 Re-imaging the Goals of Science Education: What Role Should Assessment Play? By Maria Rivera-Maulucci.
July 30, 2013
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