|aAssessing science understanding :|ba human constructivist view /|cedited by Joel J. Mintzes, James H. Wandersee, Joseph D. Novak.
|aSan Diego :|bAcademic Press,|cc2000.
|axxii, 386 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aEducational psychology series (San Diego, Calif.)
|aCompanion volume to Teaching science for understanding. 1998.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tLearning, teaching, and assessment : a human constructivist perspective /|rJoseph D. Novak, Joel J. Mintzes, and James H. Wandersee --|tAssessing science understanding through concept maps /|rKatherine M. Edmondson --|tAssessing science understanding : the epistemological vee diagram /|rJoel J. Mintzes and Joseph D. Novak --|t"What do you mean by that?" : using structured interviews to assess science understanding /|rSherry A. Southerland, Mike U. Smith, and Catherine L. Cummins --|tDialogue as data : assessing students' scientific reasoning with interactive protocols /|rKathleen Hogan and JoEllen Fisherkeller.
|tDesigning an image-based biology test /|rJames H. Wandersee --|tObservation rubrics in science assessment /|rJohn E. Trowbridge and James H. Wandersee --|tPortfolios in science assessment : a knowledge-based model for classroom practice /|rMichael R. Vitale and Nancy R. Romance --|tSemNet software as an assessment tool /|rKathleen M. Fisher --|tWriting to inquire : written products as performance measures /|rAudrey B. Champagne and Vicky L. Kouba --|tRelevance of multiple-choice testing in assessing science understanding /|rPhilip M. Sadler --|tNational and international assessment /|rPinchas Tamir --|tOn the psychometrics of assessing science understanding /|rRichard J. Shavelson and Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo --|tCautionary notes on assessment of understanding science concepts and nature of science /|rRonald G. Good --|tEpilogue : on ways of assessing science understanding /|rJoseph D. Novak, Joel J. Mintzes, and James H. Wandersee.