publication . Other literature type . Article . 2016

Assessing student written problem solutions: A problem-solving rubric with application to introductory physics

Jennifer L. Docktor; Jay Dornfeld; Evan Frodermann; Kenneth Heller; Leonardo Hsu; Koblar Alan Jackson; Andrew Mason; Qing X. Ryan; Jie Yang;
  • Published: 11 May 2016
  • Publisher: American Physical Society (APS)
Problem solving is a complex process valuable in everyday life and crucial for learning in the STEM fields. To support the development of problem-solving skills it is important for researchers and curriculum developers to have practical tools that can measure the difference between novice and expert problem-solving performance in authentic classroom work. It is also useful if such tools can be employed by instructors to guide their pedagogy. We describe the design, development, and testing of a simple rubric to assess written solutions to problems given in undergraduate introductory physics courses. In particular, we present evidence for the validity, reliabilit...
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
free text keywords: Rubric, Computer science, Mathematics education, Reliability (statistics), Usability, business.industry, business, Test validity, Special aspects of education, LC8-6691
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