I'm trying to find a test of semantic memory for students.
We're working on a programme to explore the impacts of exposure to nature on a student's academic abilities (hoping to pique teachers interest by showing the interconnection).
The starting point for this was this paper in which students that are taken for a walk in the park experience a boost in working memory. The test used there was a reverse digit sequence recall.
I'm looking to use a different test that is more closely related to semantic memory, and if possible, is a little less dull (I know ideally this would not be a factor, but I suspect some will think the digit sequence test too simplistic and dismiss the results as not representative of aptitude on more complex challenges of school subjects).
My understanding of the different types of memory is that semantic is the one that makes up a big component of what is tested on traditional academic standard tests, so this would be a more relevant fit to showing the relationship between nature and the cognitive abilities commonly valued and assessed.
In looking for tests, I found the NIH toolbox, but it only has tests on episodic and working memory. I've also looked here on StackExchange, but again, can't find answers specific to semantic memory.
Where might I look for an appropriate tool for semantic memory? If the test is one that can be administered to the same student more than once, that would be helpful too (to show comparative difference in memory after exposure to different environments) (and if you have suggestions of other cognitive skills that we should be examining, I'm open to it)