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Title: 
What does understanding look like? : Performance and assessment in using an Understanding by Design framework for professional development
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Issue Date: 
Mar-2008
Citation: 
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, 2008
Abstract: 
This paper relates a crucial aspect of a two-year professional development
innovation/research project proposed to improve Singapore‟s poorest performing grade 7
and 8 students‟ learning in English language, mathematics, and science as a consequence of
their teachers‟ developing capacity to plan and teach. The instrument and process particularly
designed as a pre and post innovation moderation exercise to find “articulations of
understanding”, which served as evidence of change in pedagogy and learning is described.
Its set of dimensions of understanding can be used to plan and assess for cognitive depth
and engaged learning.
URI: 
Project number: 
CRP 26/05 JA
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