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Assessment of higher order thinking skills / edited by Gregory Schraw and Daniel R. Robinson.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
Charlotte, N.C. : Information Age Pub., c2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • vi, 418 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Conceptualizing and assessing higher order thinking skills / Gregory Schraw and Daniel R. Robinson
  • An overview of thinking skills / Gregory Schraw ... [et al.]
  • Designing assessments of self-regulated learning / Philip H. Winne, Mingming Zhou, and Rylan Egan
  • Test design with higher order cognition in mind / Joanna S. Gorin and Dubravka Svetina
  • A cognitive model for the assessment of higher order thinking in students / Jacqueline P. Leighton
  • The assessment of higher order thinking in reading / Peter Afflerbach, Byeong-Young Cho, and Jong-Yun Kim
  • Assessing learning from inquiry science instruction / Stephanie B. Corliss and Marcia C. Linn
  • Assessment of higher order thinking: the case of historical thinking / Kadriye Ercikan and Peter Seixas
  • Issues in the design and scoring of performance assessments that assess complex thinking skills / Suzanne Lane
  • Incorporating cognitive demand in credentialing examinations / Susan L. Davis and Chad W. Buckendahl
  • Strategies for constructing assessments of higher order thinking skill / Susan M. Brookhart and Anthony J. Nitko
  • Critical thinking in the classroom: teachers' beliefs and practices in instruction and assessment / Bruce Torff
  • Aligned by design: a process for systematic alignment of assessments to educational domains / William D. Schafer.
Contributor:
Schraw, Gregory J.
Robinson, Daniel R.
Series:
Current perspectives on cognition, learning, and instruction.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781617355059
1617355054
9781617355066
1617355062

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