The ACCT project celebrates the teachers who have participated in and facilitated the ACCT professional development!
Here you can read a description of the Structure-Property Relationships thread of the Chemical Thinking framework.
Here you can find resources related to the ACCT project and the ACCT team.
Here you can read about the advisory board for the ACCT project
Here you can read about the ACCT evaluation team.
Here you can read about past members of the ACCT team.
Here you can read about current members of the ACCT team.
Here you can learn more about the ACCT project and the people involved.
Here you can learn about engaging in professional development with the ACCT team.
The aim of the formative assessment enactment model is to offer a practical resource for teachers to support students’ sense making. The model was derived from rigorous analysis of classroom videos of experienced science teachers doing formative assessment activities with their students. The model offers a structure of how different kinds of teaching moves are enacted, as well as characterizes the overall structure of formative assessment that science teachers enact. Excellent science teachers have a broad repertoire and use all of these different kinds of teaching moves in different moments, depending on the in-the-moment purposes that teachers have which are shaped by knowing the specific students and the challenges they are facing at that moment, as well as in the context of the overall lesson purposes.