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What are generally effective ways to assess students and evaluate programs? What considerations and features can assessment and evaluation be more culturally appropriate? What are examples of assessments that the PCEP community is disseminating and using with respect to climate education in the USAPI? What are examples of evaluation instruments that the PCEP community is disseminating and using with respect to climate education in the USAPI?
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|Knowing what Students Know Executive Summary: The Science and Design of Educational Assessment||Overview/Summary Document||Science of Learning, Processes of Teaching & Learning, Assessment/Evaluation, How Students Learn, Forms of Assessment||PCEP|