Table of contents for Uncovering student ideas in science / by Page Keeley, Francis Eberle, and Lynn Farrin.

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Contents
Preface
	Overview
	The Need
	Development, Field Testing, and Use
	Next Steps
	Acknowledgments
	About the Authors
Introduction
	Types, Purposes, and Stages for Classroom Assessment
	What Is a Formative Assessment Probe?
	Assessment Probe Design and Features
	Types of Formative Assessment Probes in This Book
	Using the Probes
	Teacher Notes That Accompany the Probes
	Vignettes
Elementary: Using the Probe "Is It an Animal?"
		Middle School: Using the Probe "Wet Jeans"
		High School: Using the Probe "What Is Matter?"
Concept Matrix and Probe Set
References and Resources	
	
	
Physical Science Assessment Probes
Concept Matrix
1 Can It Reflect Light?
2 Apple in the Dark
3 Birthday Candles
4 Making Sound
5 Ice Cubes in a Bag
6 Lemonade
7 Cookie Crumbles
8 Seedlings in a Jar
9 Is It Melting?
 10 Is It Matter?
11 Is It Made of Molecules?
12 The Rusty Nails
13Talking About Gravity
14The Mitten Problem
15Objects and Temperature
	
Life, Earth, and Space Science Assessment Probes
Concept Matrix
	16 Is It an Animal?
	17 Is It Living?
	18 Is It Made of Cells?
	19 Human Body Basics
	20 Functions of Living Things
	21 Wet Jeans
	22 Beach Sand
	23 Mountain Age
	24 Gazing at the Moon
	25. Going Through a Phase

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Science -- Study and teaching.
Educational evaluation.