Principles and Practices of Performance Assessment

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Subject Index

A
Accountability mechanisms, fairness of, 71-73
ADE. SeeArizona Department of Education
ALP. SeeNew Standards Project and Applied Learning Program partnership
Applications Assessments
facilitators and barriers, 81-82
impact, 192
PWCPS, 189-192
site visit dates, 177
staff development, 190-191
summary, 189-192
Westgate Middle School, 177, 191-192
Applied problem-solving skills demands, 37, 39
Arizona assessment reform. See alsoState-initiated assessments
ADE involvement, 229-232
ASAP, 19, 178, 229-232
content validity, 56-57
facilitators and barriers, 65-75
purpose, 28
validity and reliability procedures, 54
Arizona Department of Education (ADE), 229- 232
Arizona Student Assessment Program (ASAP)
future plans, 231-232
impact, 231
Manzanita High School, 178, 230-232
resource and professional support, 230
site visit dates, 178
summary, 19, 229-232
Assessment reform. See alsoFacilitators and barriers in reform; Findings; Implications for future research; Implications for policy
case studies involving, 197-204, 226-232
community support for, 10
conclusion, 14
coordinated efforts, 108-110
curriculum and, 8-9
on district level, 7
generalizability, 12-13
impact of, 181-182, 188-189, 199-200
interaction with other reforms and assessments, 107-110
on national level, 3-5
parallel efforts, 108-109
professional development and, 9-10
purposes, 62-65
relationship to change, 8-10
reliability and, 12-13
research design, 13-14
on school level, 7-8
on state level, 5-7
study objectives and purpose, 1
summary by level, 19-25
teacher appropriation and, 107-110
technical issues, 10-13
validity and, 10-12
Assessment tasks, 16, 34-37
design, 89-92
dimensions of task specification, 37-41
findings, 144-145
teacher participation in scoring, 95-96
B
Background literature, 167
C
CAM. SeeCertificate of Advanced Mastery
Case study summaries. SeeSingle-visit case study summaries; Two-visit case study summaries; specific states, school districts, and subject areas
Center for Collaborative Education (CCE), 184
Certificate of Advanced Mastery (CAM), 197
Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM), 197-200
CES. SeeCoalition of Essential Schools
Characteristics of assessments
conclusion, 60-61
cross-case analysis explanation, 15-17
explanation, 17-18
formats and systems, 32-34
about performance assessment, 33-34, 44- 47
about performance assessment systems, 16-25, 33-34, 47-52
assessment tasks, 16, 34-36
dimensions of task specification, 37-41

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1- Introduction 1
  • 2- Characteristics of Performance Assessments 15
  • 3- Facilitators and Barriers In Assessment Reform 62
  • 4- Teacher Appropriation Of Performance Assessments 85
  • 5- Impact of Performance Assessments on Teaching And Learning 119
  • 6- Assessment Reform: Findings And Implications 143
  • Appendix A- Study Objectives and Design 165
  • Appendix C 233
  • References 237
  • Author Index 241
  • Subject Index 243
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