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Assessment: Problems, Developments and Statistical Issues



Assessment: Problems, Developments and Statistical Issues

Harvey Goldstein (Editor), Toby Lewis (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-86565-1 November 2000 286 Pages

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The Scope of Assessment (H. Goldstein & T. Lewis).

Assessment: Some Historical Perspectives (G. Sutherland).

Assessment and Learning: Power or Partnership (P. Broadfoot)?

Statistical and Psychometric Models for Assessment (H.Goldstein).

Defining, Setting and Maintaining Standards in Curriculum-EmbeddedExaminations: Judgemental and Statistical Approaches (M.Cresswell).

Group Differences and Bias in Assessment (H. Goldstein).

Moderation Procedures and the Maintenance of Assessment Standards(T. Lewis).

Errors in Grading and Forensic Issues in Higher Education (D.McLay).

The Use of Assessment to Compare Institutions (J. Gray).

The Statistical Analysis of Institution-Based Data (G. Woodhouse& H. Goldstein).

The Extent and Growth of the Educational Testing in the UnitedStates: 1956-1994 (G. Madaus & A. Raczek).

The Integrity of Public Examinations in Developing Countries (V.Greaney & T. Kellaghan).

Large-Scale Assessment Programmes in Different Countries andInternational Comparisons (L. McLean).

Vocational Assessment (A. Wolf).

Assessment in the Workplace. (R. Vincent).