Research References

for Assessment

Anderson, R.C., Wilson, P.T., & Fielding, L.G. (1988). Growth in reading and how children spend their time outside of school. Reading Research Quarterly, 23, 285-303.

Bembridge, T. (1992). A MAP for reading assessment. Educational Leadership, 49, 46-48.

Cambourne, B., & Turbill, J. (1990). Assessment in whole language classrooms: Theory into practice. Elementary School Journal, 90, 337-349.

Darling-Hammong, L., & Wise, A. (1985, January). Beyond standardization: State standards and school improvement. Elementary School Journal, 315-336.

Flood, J., & Lapp, D. (1989). Reporting reading progress: A comparison portfolio for parents. The Reading Teacher, 42, 508-514.

Frazier, D.M., & Paulson, F.L. (1992, May). How portfolios motivate reluctant writers. Educational Leadership, 49(8), 62-65.

Gomez, M.L., Grau, M.E., & Block, M.N. (1991). Reassessing portfolio assessment: Rhetoric and reality. Language Arts, 68, 620-628.

Haney, W., & Madaus, G. (1989). Searching for alternatives to standardized tests: Whys, whats, and whatever. Phi Delta Kappan, 70, 683-687.

Hansen, J. (1992). Literacy portfolios: Helping students know themselves. Educational Leadership, 49, 66-68.

Herman, J., & Golan, S. (1991). Effects of standardized tests on teachers and learning - another look. CSE Technical Report #334. Los Angeles: Center for the Study of Evaluation.

Hiebert, E.A. (1992). Portfolios invite reflection - from students and staff. Educational Leadership, 49, 58-61.

Johnson, D.W., & Johnson, R.T. (1992). What to say to advocates of the gifted. Educational Leadership, 50, 44-47.

Johnston, P. (1984). Assessment in reading. In P.D. Pearson (Ed.), Handbook of reading research (147-182). New York: Longman.

Joint Task Force on Assessment of the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English (in press).

Lamme, L.L., & Hysmith, C. (1991). One school's adventure into portfolio assessment. Language Arts, 68, 629-640.

Linn, R., Baker, E., & Dunbar, S. (1991). Complex performance-based assessment: Expectations and validation criteria. Educational Researcher, 20, 15-21.

Matthews, J.K. (1990, February). From computer management to portfolio assessment. The Reading Teacher, 43, 420-421.

Meyers, C.A. (1992). What's the difference between authentic and performance assessment? Educational Leadership, 49, 39-41.

Mitchell, R. (1992). Testing for learning: How new approaches to evaluation can improve American schools. New York: The Free Press.

Morrow, L.M. (1985). Retelling stories as a diagnostic tool. In S. Glazer, L. Searfoss, & L. Gentile (Eds.), Reexamining reading diagnosis (128-149). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

NAEP Reading Consensus Project (1992). Reading Framework for the 1992 National Assessment of Educational Progress. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office.

O'Neil, J. (1992). Putting performance assessment to the test. Educational Leadership, 49, 14-19.

Shavelson, R.J. (1992). What we've learned about assessing hands-on science. Educational Leadership, 49, 20-25.

Shepherd, L. (1991). Will national tests improve student learning? Phi Delta Kappan, 73, 232-238.

Smith, M.L., & Rottenberg, C. (1991). Unintended consequences of external testing in elementary schools. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practices, 10, 7-11.

Tierney, R.J., Carter, M.A., & Desai, L.E. (1991). Portfolio assessment in the reading-writing classroom. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon Publishers.

Valencia, S.W., (1990, January). A portfolio approach to classroom reading assessment: The whys, whats, and hows. The Reading Teacher, 43, 338-340.

Valencia, S.W. & Pearson, P.D. (1987, April). Reading assessment: Time for a change. The Reading Teacher, 43, 726-732.

Wiggins, G. (1992). Creating tests worth taking. Educational Leadership, 49, 26-33.

Winograd, P., Paris, S., & Bridge, C. (1991). Improving the assessment of literacy. The Reading Teacher, 45, 108-116.

Wolf, D.P. (1989). Portfolio assessment: Sample student work. Educational Leadership, 46, 35-39.

Wolf, D., Bixley, J., Glenn, J., & Gardner, H. (1991). To use their minds well: Investigating new forms of student assessments. In G. Grand (Ed.), Review of research in education (Vol. 17, 31-74). Washington, DC: AERA.


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