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Assessment of Situated Learning Using Computer Environments ARTICLE

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

Abstract

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)

Citation

Young, M. (1995). Assessment of Situated Learning Using Computer Environments. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 4(1), 89-96. Retrieved November 14, 2018 from .

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