2 good links

Here are two websites worth checking out.

The AAAS Science Assessment website is a great resource for understanding what students do and do not know, based on tons of research. Teachers, this site is worth your time to check out.

The assessment items on this Web site are the result of more than a decade of research and development by Project 2061, a long-term science education reform initiative of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Here you will find free access to more than 600 items. The items:
— Are appropriate for middle and early high school students.
— Test student understanding in the earth, life, physical sciences, and the nature of science.
— Test for common misconceptions as well as correct ideas.

James R. Hofmann, Professor of Liberal Studies California State University Fullerton has a website for his course Philosophy/Liberal Studies 333: Evolution and Creation. The site is packed full of links to darn near everything and anything you could ever want on the subject. This one is worth bookmarking!

About Brandon Haught

Communications Director for Florida Citizens for Science.
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