Mueller, Michael P.

Assessing Schools for Generation R (Responsibility)

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Table of contents

1. Reclaiming Community As We Rethink Assessment
Deborah J. Tippins, Arthur J. Stewart, Michael P. Mueller

Part I. Generation R (Responsibility)

2. Introducing Generation R
Michael P. Mueller, Rachel A. Luther

3. Civic Responsibility and Science Education
Paul Theobald, John Siskar

4. Critical Civic Literacy and the Limits of Consumer-Based Citizenship
Cori Jakubiak, Michael P. Mueller

5. Fostering Independence: Assessing Student Development
Danielle V. Dennis

6. Assessing Interdependent Responsibility
Molly Ware, Rosalie Romano

Part II. Responsibility with Scientific Literacy, Environmental Literacy and Experiential Learning

7. Thinking (Scientifically) Responsibly: The Cultivation of Character in a Global Science Education Community
Dana L. Zeidler, Marvin W. Berkowitz, Kory Bennett

8. Assessment of Socio-scientific Reasoning: Linking Progressive Aims of Science Education to the Realities of Modern Education
Troy D. Sadler

9. Assessment Across Boundaries: How High-Quality Student Work Demonstrates Achievement, Shapes Practice, and Improves Communities
Alison Rheingold, Jayson Seaman, Ron Berger

10. The View from the Top of the Plateau
Fred N. Finley, Brad Johnson, Hallie Kamesch

11. Benefits of Elementary Environmental Education
Ryan J. Brock, David T. Crowther

12. Teaching Earth Smarts: Equipping the Next Generation with the Capacity to Adapt
Bryan H. Nichols

Part III. Responsibility with Digital Technologies

13. Digital Technologies and Assessment in the Twenty-First-Century Schooling
Jing Lei, Ji Shen, Laurene Johnson

14. New Interoperable Web Tools to Facilitate Decision-Making to Support Community Sustainability
Elizabeth R. Smith, Anne C. Neale, C. Richard Ziegler, Laura E. Jackson

15. Is There an App for That? Connecting Local Knowledge with Scientific Literacy
George E. Glasson

16. Developing Collective Decision-Making Through Future Learning Environments
Gillian H. Roehrig, David Groos, S. Selcen Guzey

17. GameWerks Camp: Using Gaming to Foster Learning by Design
Lucas John Jensen, Gregory M. Francom, Deborah J. Tippins, Michael Orey

18. The Power of the Globe and Geospatial Technologies to Empower Teachers and Students in the Digital Age
Rita A. Hagevik

Part IV. Developing Lifelong Relationships and Responsibility

19. The Importance of Cultural Studies for Education: For Teachers and Policymakers in America
Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon

20. Culture, Environment, and Education in the Anthropocene
David A. Greenwood

21. Science Education in and for Turbulent Times
Kenneth Tobin

22. A View Through Another Window: Free-Choice Science Learning and Generation R
Lynn D. Dierking

23. Educating for Science Literacy, Citizenship, and Sustainability: Learning from Native Hawaiian Perspectives
Pauline W. U. Chinn

24. From Local Observations to Global Relationships
Xavier Fazio, Douglas D. Karrow

25. Our Shared Forests: Ecuador and the Southeastern United States’ Migratory-Bird Partnership
Anne M. Shenk

Part V. Responsibility with Decisions, Policymaking, and Legislation

Frankenstein, Monsters, and Science Education: The Need for Broad-Based Educational Policy
Bradley D. Rowe

27. School Policy in Science Education
George E. DeBoer

28. Some Challenges in Planning Educational Programs for Generation R
J Myron Atkin

29. Re-imaging the Goals of Science Education: What Role Should Assessment Play?
Maria S. Rivera Maulucci

Keywords: Education, Science Education, Environmental Law/Policy/Ecojustice, Educational Policy and Politics

Publication year
Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education
Page amount
21 pages
Upbringing, Education

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