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Assessment of biology investigations.

Roberts, R. and Gott, R. (2003) 'Assessment of biology investigations.', Journal of biological education., 37 (3). pp. 114-121.


This review makes a case for the assessment of investigations against the Concepts of Evidence in written tests as a potentially more reliable and valid way of assessing the ideas used in all types of biology investigations, thus reducing the distorting effect of assessment on the curriculum.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Assessment, Biology investigations, Concepts of evidence, Fieldwork, Procedural understanding.
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Record Created:03 Jul 2008
Last Modified:20 Apr 2011 10:16

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