Performance-Based Task Assessment Of Higher-Order Proficiencies In Redesigned STEM High Schools Of Higher-Order Proficiencies In Redesigned STEM High Schools

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Jeremy V. Ernst
Elizabeth Glennie
Songze Li

Keywords

Performance-based Assessment, Higher-order Proficiency, Redesigned STEM Schools

Abstract

This study explored student abilities in applying conceptual knowledge when presented with structured performance tasks. Specifically, the study gauged proficiency in higher-order applications of students enrolled in earth and environmental science or biology. The student sample was drawn from a Redesigned STEM high school model where a tested performance assessment protocol was employed for the purposes of the investigation. It was determined that performance-based proficiency was not uniform within tasks and applications, but could be recognized through student artifacts of learning on a situational basis. Based on the findings of the study, several implications are highlighted.

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