Assessment of higher order thinking skills
Source:Current perspectives on cognition, learning, and instruction, Information Age Pub., Charlotte, N.C., p.418 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1590.3 .A778 2011
Keywords:Cognitive learning, Educational tests and measurements, Thought and thinking
Contents: Conceptualizing and assessing higher order thinking skills / Gregory Schraw and Daniel R. Robinson -- An overview of thinking skills / Gregory Schraw ... [et al.] -- Designing assessments of self-regulated learning / Philip H. Winne, Mingming Zhou, and Rylan Egan -- Test design with higher order cognition in mind / Joanna S. Gorin and Dubravka Svetina -- A cognitive model for the assessment of higher order thinking in students / Jacqueline P. Leighton -- The assessment of higher order thinking in reading / Peter Afflerbach, Byeong-Young Cho, and Jong-Yun Kim -- Assessing learning from inquiry science instruction / Stephanie B. Corliss and Marcia C. Linn -- Assessment of higher order thinking: the case of historical thinking / Kadriye Ercikan and Peter Seixas -- Issues in the design and scoring of performance assessments that assess complex thinking skills / Suzanne Lane -- Incorporating cognitive demand in credentialing examinations / Susan L. Davis and Chad W. Buckendahl -- Strategies for constructing assessments of higher order thinking skill / Susan M. Brookhart and Anthony J. Nitko -- Critical thinking in the classroom: teachers' beliefs and practices in instruction and assessment / Bruce Torff -- Aligned by design: a process for systematic alignment of assessments to educational domains / William D. Schafer.