Tech Report May 1, 2016

Constructing Assessment Tasks that Blend Disciplinary Core Ideas, Crosscutting Concepts, and Science Practices for Classroom Formative Applications

How do we measure knowledge in use? In this paper we describe how we use principles of evidence-centered design to develop classroom-based science assessments that integrate three dimensions of science...

Article June 1, 2015

Automated, Adaptive Guidance for K-12 Education

This paper distinguishes features of automated adaptive guidance used in K-12 instructional settings and recommends directions for design. We use meta-analysis to synthesize 24 independent comparisons between automated adaptive guidance...

Article January 1, 2015

Evidence for Effective Uses of Dynamic Visualisations in Science Curriculum Materials

Dynamic visualisations capture aspects of scientific phenomena that are difficult to communicate in static materials and benefit from well-designed scaffolds to succeed in classrooms. We review research to clarify the...

Article April 1, 2014

Computer-Guided Inquiry to Improve Science Learning

Engaging students in inquiry practices is known to motivate them to persist in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields and to create lifelong learners (1, 2). In inquiry, students...

Journal Article May 1, 2011

Investigations of a Complex, Realistic Task: Intentional, Unsystematic, and Exhaustive Experimenters

Chapter May 1, 2010

Helping Students Make Controlled Experiments More Informative

Chapter May 1, 2010

Can desirable difficulties overcome deceptive clarity in scientific visualizations?

Chapter May 1, 2008

Design Rationale Within TELS Projects To Support Knowledge Integration

Chapter May 1, 2008

Impacts of students’ experimentation using a dynamic visualization on their understanding of motion

Journal Article May 1, 2004

Demonstrating Boolean Logic Using Simple Electrical Circuits

Journal Article May 1, 2004

Investigation of Moisture-Assisted Fracture in SiO2 Films Using a Channel Cracking Technique

Journal Article May 1, 2000

Determining the three-dimensional morphology of γ′-particles in γ-γ′ superalloys

We propose qualitative and quantitative methods for determining the three-dimensional morphology of second-phase particles in Ni-based superalloys in the late stages of coarsening. Qualitatively, we determine a way to identify...

close check icon

Message Sent

Success! - Thank you for your interest.

share dwonload plus email external external project copy play call directions linkedin