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Assessment of Situated Learning Using Computer Environments

Journal of Science Education and Technology Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 1059-0145


Suggests that, based on a theory of situated learning, assessment must emphasize process as much as product. Several assessment examples are given, including a computer-based planning assistant for a mathematics and science video, suggestions for computer-based portfolio assessment, and speculations about embedded assessment of virtual situations. (LZ)


Young, M. (1995). Assessment of Situated Learning Using Computer Environments. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 4(1), 89-96. Retrieved September 25, 2022 from .

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