Uncovering Student Ideas in Science Series
Science Formative Assessment Probes K-12+
- Elicit common misconceptions
- Assessments that inform instruction
- Assessments that promote learning
- NSTA's best-selling assessment series!
Uncovering Student Thinking in Mathematics Series
Mathematics Formative Assessment Probes K-12+
- Elicit common errors and misconceptions
- Assessment that informs instruction
- Assessment that promotes learning
- QUEST Cycle for teachers as researchers
Formative Assessment Practical Strategies Series
Get the FACTs!
- FACTs- Formative Assessment Classroom Techniques
- Link assessment, instruction, and learning
- Build a repertoire of purposeful, effective strategies
- Promote student success through continuous assessment
It's here! This latest book in the USI series is now available through NSTA or Amazon.com. Click here to read more about it and download a free probe ("Is It Made of Parts?") and chapter that includes connections to the NGSS practices and Common Core speaking and listening standards as well as suggestions for using talk moves with the probes.
Interested in acquiring e-versions of the probes? You can now purchase Uncovering Student Ideas in Science e-licenses from NSTA for your school or district. Click here to for more information.
Page Keeley presented several sessions on Formative Assessment at the April 2013 NSTA Conference in San Antonio. A real highlight was seeing other educators present sessions using the Uncovering Student Ideas probes and the formative assessment classroom techniques (FACTs). These science specialists from the Boston Public Schools gave an outstanding presentation on formative assessment.
Science educators from New England attend a Formative Assessment and Inquiry workshop March 9, 2013 with Page Keeley at the Museum of Science in Boston, held at their Educator Resource Center.
A great group of leaders from the Texas Regional Collaboratives met at the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences for a two-day immersion into Science Formative Assessment.
Page Keeley receives the National Science Education Leadership Association's (NSELA) Outstanding Leadership in Science Education Award (OLISE) at the Annual Members Breakfast during the NSTA San Antonio National Conference. This prestigious award recognizes and honors an NSELA member, who, through their professional work, has demonstrated outstanding leadership in science education at the school, district, county, regional, and/or national level.
See Author, Page Keeley, discuss the NSTA Uncovering Student Ideas series on YouTube video!