Evidence of System: A Network Model Case-study of Seventh Grade Science Assessment Practices from Classrooms to the State Test

Evidence of System: A Network Model Case-study of Seventh Grade Science Assessment Practices from Classrooms to the State Test

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This model shows diverse indigenous practices and adaptations by actors responding to pressures of change and persistent historical tensions of diversity and control. It provided evidence of a broadening instructional agenda and rapid deployment of information infrastructures for collection, dissemination, and analysis of student information. The model became a lens to view these changes and paths that policy for science education may take for implementation. It also became a lens to evaluate accountability policies to see how models embedded within policies may fit with current practice.Transcript O - Betsy Deal inga#39;s account of the Avon Kails K-12 science mcctiim ( from an email). ... Elementary teachers looked at the 5th grade MEAP results. ... as with Swallow, that the process had occurred the previous year in a similar manner when Betsy showed me her notes from the previous year (Document 8.5. b).


Title:Evidence of System: A Network Model Case-study of Seventh Grade Science Assessment Practices from Classrooms to the State Test
Author: Philip John Piety
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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