Model-based assessment of conceptual representations
Göğüş, Aytaç (2012) Model-based assessment of conceptual representations. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 39 (3). pp. 177-188. ISSN 0094-1956
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This research study uses a model-based assessment by eliciting, representing, and analyzing how individuals conceptualize complex problems. This study uses an automated, online, model-based set of tools called HIMATT (Highly Interactive Model-based Assessment Tools and Technologies) to compare the conceptual representations of the students with the conceptual representations of the instructors. According to findings, the tools of HIMATT, which are experimentally used to assess model-based cognitive representations, can provide an informative feedback for the instructors and can be applied to the assessment of learning in complex areas of education. The future plan is to translate HIMATT to Turkish to allow educators to use during instruction and assessment of learning in Turkey.
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