Help the FLAG become the "one-stop shop" for assessment!

You can help your fellow science, mathematics, engineering, and technology instructors by submitting a high-quality, field-tested assessment instrument to the FLAG.

To do so, please complete the following information to submit an assessment instrument (or tool) to be placed on the FLAG web site. The instrument will be reviewed by a team of assessment specialists in your discipline or a related one. We carry out a peer review to maintain the quality of the FLAG toolbox. A FLAG representative will contact you to verify the submission of the tool and explain the process of submission.
Information About You
Before you provide information on the tool itself, we would like to have contact information about you so we can get in touch with you about the tool. Please complete all fields below.
First.Name
Last Name
E-Mail
Phone
Information About The Tool
So the FLAG users can understand your tool, we ask that you complete the following information.
Title
Authors

The holder of the copyright of the tools is (check all that apply):
. You, the person submitting the tool
. The author of the tool
. A Journal
. Other...Please Explain

Classroom Assessment Technique(s) that the tool represents (check all that apply):
.. Attitude surveys Minute Paper
. ConceptTests Multiple Choice Tests
. Concept Mapping Performance Assessment
. Conceptual Diagnostic Tests Portfolios
. Interviews Scoring Rubrics
. Mathematical Thinking Weekly Reports

Discipline(s) in which the tool is used (check all that apply):
. Astronomy Engineering
. Biology Mathematics
. Chemistry Physics
. Computer Science Interdisciplinary
. Any Science/Math .

In the space below, please type a brief description of your tool. A description can include: the number of questions in the tool, how it was developed, piloted, and validated, and how it can be used. Please limit your entry to 2 or 3 paragraphs.

In the spaces below, please provide citations about that tool that may exist (e.g., article a peer-reviewed journal, conference papers, articles submitted, but not yet accepted, to a peer-reviewed journal)

Finally, in the space below describe how to obtain your tool. If it can be accessed elsewhere on the internet, please describe the website along with the address of that website (e.g., http://www.flaguide.org) You can copy and paste text files of unlimited length into this space.

If you would like to send us additional files that would be important for us to review, please do so in the spaces below.
Recognition Request
If you are the author of the tool and would like recognition for your submission to the FLAG (once approved), provide below the person or person(s), titles, and address to whom you would like a letter of recognition sent.
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