Classroom assessment and educational measurement / edited By Susan M. Brookhart, James H. McMillan

Contributor(s): McMillan, James H [editor] | Brookhart, Susan M [editor]Material type: TextTextSeries: The NCME applications of educational measurement and assessment book seriesPublisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2020Description: vi, 285 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmISBN: 9781138580053; 1138580058; 9781138580046; 113858004XSubject(s): Educational evaluation | Educational tests and measurements -- Evaluation | Educational test and measurement -- United States | Examinations -- Validity | Classroom environment -- Social aspectsLOC classification: LB3051 | C3 2020
Contents:
Introduction / Susan M. Brookhart and James H. McMillan -- Classroom assessment information -- Perspectives on the validity of classroom assessments / Michael T. Kane and Saskia Wools -- Cognitive diagnosis is not enough: the challenge of measuring learning with classroom assessments / Jacqueline P. Leighton -- Language in practice: a mediator of valid interpretations of information generated by classroom assessments among linguistically and culturally diverse students / Alison I. Bailey and Richard Durán -- Feedback and measurement / Susan M. Brookhart -- Discussion of part I: assessment information in context / James H. McMillan -- The use of classroom assessment information to enhance learning -- Guidance in the standards for classroom assessment: useful or irrelevant? / Steve Ferrara, K. Maxey-Moore, and Susan M. Brookhart Defining trustworthiness for teachers' multiple uses of classroom assessment results / Alicia C. Alonzo -- Learning progressions and embedded assessment / Derek C. Briggs and Erin M. Furtak -- The role of technology-enhanced self and peer assessment in formative assessment -- E. Caroline Wylie and Christine J. Lyon -- Discussion of part II: should "measurement" have a role in teacher learning about classroom assessment? / Lorrie A. Shepard -- Emerging issues in classroom assessment -- Towards measures of different and useful aspects of schooling: why schools need both teacher assigned grades and standardized assessments / Alex J. Bowers -- Digital technologies: supporting and advancing assessment practices in the classroom / Michael Russell -- Fairness in classroom assessment / Joan Herman and Linda cook -- Discussion of part III: emerging issues in classroom assessment / Mark R. Wilson.
Summary: Classroom Assessment and Educational Measurement explores the ways in which the theory and practice of both educational measurement and the assessment of student learning in classroom settings mutually inform one another. Chapters by assessment and measurement experts consider the nature of classroom assessment information, from student achievement to affective and socio-emotional attributes; how teachers interpret and work with assessment results; and emerging issues in assessment such as digital technologies and diversity/inclusion. This book uniquely considers the limitations of applying large-scale educational measurement theory to classroom assessment and the adaptations necessary to make this transfer useful. Researchers, graduate students, industry professionals, and policymakers will come away with an essential understanding of how the classroom assessment context is essential to broadening contemporary educational measurement perspectives.
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Includes index and bibliographical references.

Introduction / Susan M. Brookhart and James H. McMillan --
Classroom assessment information --
Perspectives on the validity of classroom assessments / Michael T. Kane and Saskia Wools --
Cognitive diagnosis is not enough: the challenge of measuring learning with classroom assessments / Jacqueline P. Leighton --
Language in practice: a mediator of valid interpretations of information generated by classroom assessments among linguistically and culturally diverse students / Alison I. Bailey and Richard Durán --
Feedback and measurement / Susan M. Brookhart --
Discussion of part I: assessment information in context / James H. McMillan --
The use of classroom assessment information to enhance learning --
Guidance in the standards for classroom assessment: useful or irrelevant? / Steve Ferrara, K. Maxey-Moore, and Susan M. Brookhart Defining trustworthiness for teachers' multiple uses of classroom assessment results / Alicia C. Alonzo --
Learning progressions and embedded assessment / Derek C. Briggs and Erin M. Furtak --
The role of technology-enhanced self and peer assessment in formative assessment --
E. Caroline Wylie and Christine J. Lyon --
Discussion of part II: should "measurement" have a role in teacher learning about classroom assessment? / Lorrie A. Shepard --
Emerging issues in classroom assessment --
Towards measures of different and useful aspects of schooling: why schools need both teacher assigned grades and standardized assessments / Alex J. Bowers --
Digital technologies: supporting and advancing assessment practices in the classroom / Michael Russell --
Fairness in classroom assessment / Joan Herman and Linda cook --
Discussion of part III: emerging issues in classroom assessment / Mark R. Wilson.

Classroom Assessment and Educational Measurement explores the ways in which the theory and practice of both educational measurement and the assessment of student learning in classroom settings mutually inform one another. Chapters by assessment and measurement experts consider the nature of classroom assessment information, from student achievement to affective and socio-emotional attributes; how teachers interpret and work with assessment results; and emerging issues in assessment such as digital technologies and diversity/inclusion.

This book uniquely considers the limitations of applying large-scale educational measurement theory to classroom assessment and the adaptations necessary to make this transfer useful. Researchers, graduate students, industry professionals, and policymakers will come away with an essential understanding of how the classroom assessment context is essential to broadening contemporary educational measurement perspectives.

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