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There are 24 Articles.

PostedTitleAuthorIn / AtTypeYear
4/23/09The Economic Impact of the Achievement Gap in America's SchoolsSocial Sector OfficeMcKinsey & CompanyArticle2009
5/06/15Learning Progressions in Environmental Science: The impact of a Professional Development on Teacher PracticeTobias Irish, Alan R. Berkowitz, Sylvia Parker, Jennifer Doherty, Michele Johnson, Nissa Rae Yestness, Bess Caplan, Laurel Hartley, Neely Clapp, John C. MooreNARSTConference Paper2015
5/06/15Science Learning Progressions, Discourse, and Teacher Pedagogical Content KnowledgeShandy Hauk, Kitty Roach, Nissa Rae Yestness, Joyce Kaser, Alan Berkowitz, John C. MooreNARSTConference Paper2015
5/06/15Teacher Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Using Learning ProgressionsKristin L. Gunckel, Beth A. Covitt, Aubrey Cano, Ivan SalinasNARSTConference Paper2015
5/06/15Using Learning Progression Frameworks to Inform Instruction in Environmental Science: Teachers' Efforts to Move Their Students Up LevelsNissa Rae Yestness, Tobias Irish, Julie A. Bianchini, Jiwon Kim, LaTisha M. Hammond, Stacey L. Carpenter, Katherine J. Nilsen, Sylvia D. Parker, Alan R. BerkowitzNARSTConference Paper2015
12/05/14Learning Progression-based Teaching Strategies (LPTSs) for Environmental Science: Alignment of Instructional Goals with Student OutcomesJohn Moore, Charles Anderson, Allison Whitmer, Laurel Hartley, Jennifer Doherty, Hui Jin, Kristen Gunkel, Sylvia Parker, Shandy HaukMSP LNC 2013Conference Paper2013
5/21/14Promise and Problems of Learning Progression-Guided InterventionsHui Jin, Hoy Jeong Shin, Michele Johnson, Jinho Kim, Charles W. AndersonNARST Annual ConferenceConference Paper2014
5/21/14Teachers' Uses of Learning Progression-Based Tools for Reasoning in Teaching about Water in Environmental SystemsKristin Gunckel, Beth Covitt, Ivan Salinas BarriosNARST Annual ConferenceConference Paper2014
5/21/14Learning Progression-Based Teaching Strategies in Environmental Science: Teachers' Successes and Struggles in ImplementationJulie Bianchini, Nissa Yestness, Katy Nilsen, Jiwon Kim, LaTisha Hammond, Stacey Carpenter, Tobias Irish, Sylvia Parker, Alan BerkowitzNARST Annual ConferenceConference Paper2014
5/21/14Teachers' Use of Learning Progression-Based Formative Assessment in Water InstructionBeth Covitt, Sara Syswerda, Bess Caplan, Aubrey CanoNARST Annual ConferenceConference Paper2014
2/26/14Students' Inquiry and Argumentation About Carbon Transforming ProcessesJenny Dauer, Hannah Miller, Charles W. AndersonAnnual Meeting of the National Association for...Conference Paper2013
8/04/11Using Learning Progression Frameworks and Assessments to Guide Research and Professional DevelopmentCharles W. Anderson, John Moore, Alan Berkowitz, Ali Whitmer2011 MSP Learning Network ConferenceConference Paper2011
7/09/09Effects of Teacher Professional Development on Gains in Student Achievement: How Meta Analysis Provides Scientific Evidence Useful to Education LeadersRolf K. Blank, Nina de las AlasAERA Annual Meeting, 2009Conference Paper2009
3/01/17Learning Progressions & Climate ChangeJoyce M. Parker, Elizabeth X. De Los Santos, Charles W. AndersonThe American Biology TeacherPeer-Reviewed Article2015
3/01/17Promoting Students' Progressions in Science Classrooms: A Video StudyHui Jin, Michele E. Johnson, Hyo Jeong Shin, Charles W. AndersonJRSTPeer-Reviewed Article2017
11/11/15Developing Learning Progression-Based Teacher Knowledge MeasuresHui Jin, HyoJeong Shin, Michele E. Johnson, JinHo Kim, Charles W. AndersonJournal Of Research In Science TeachingPeer-Reviewed Article2015
6/19/14Quantitative Reasoning Learning Progressions for Environmental Science: Developing a FrameworkRobert Mayes, Franziska Peterson, Rachel BonillaNumeracy: Advancing Education in Quantitative LiteracyPeer-Reviewed Article2013
6/19/14Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: A learning progressionRobert Mayes, Jennifer Forrester, Jennifer Schuttfield Christus, Franziska Isabel Peterson, Rachel Bonilla, Nissa YestnessInternational Journal of Science EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2013
2/26/14Evaluating Scientific Arguments with Slow ThinkingBeth Covitt, Cornelia B. Harris, Charles W. AndersonScience ScopePeer-Reviewed Article2013
2/26/14Connections Between Student Explanations and Arguments From Evidence About Plant GrowthJenny Dauer, Jennifer Doherty, Allison L. Freed, Charles W. AndersonCBE: Life Sciences EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2014
3/25/10"Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics,"Catherine Hill, Christianne Corbett, Andresse St. RoseAmerican Association of University WomenReport2010
7/14/09Global Climate Change Impacts in the United StatesRick Weiss, Rachel Wilhelm, Anne WapleNOAAReport2009
4/23/09Green at Fifteen? How 15-year-olds perform in environmental science and geoscience in PISA 2006Organisation for Economic Co-operation and DevelopmentOECDReport2009
6/05/09Using Assessments to Improve Learning and Student ProgressPearson Issue PaperWorking Paper2008