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  1. Marcia Linn
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Continuous Learning and Automated Scoring in Science (CLASS)

NSF Awards: 1119670

2015 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) uses new automated scoring technologies to guide middle and high school students’ science learning. Our video showcases how these technologies can guide students and support teachers in activities such as graphs, diagrams, and written explanations. In particular, WISE combines these activities with powerful visualizations that encourage students to distinguish among ideas and explain complex scientific phenomena. Check out these resources for free, courtesy of NSF funding, at wise.berkeley.edu.

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