Learning Progressions, Assessment of
Descriptions of the successively more sophisticated ways of thinking about and using core scientific concepts and practices
Empirically grounded and testable hypotheses about children’s learning pathways with appropriate instructional practices
Learning pathways that children can follow one another over a broad span of time
Since the above formal addressing, there have been many studies on LPs, and at the...
KeywordsInstructional Practice Assessment Item Learn Progression Instructional Intervention Instructional Unit
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