Chapter 16: Further Reading

Abi-EI-Mona, Issam and Fouad Abd-EI-Khalick. 2006. “Argumentative Discourse in a High School Chemistry Classroom.” School Science and Mathematics 106:349-361.

Au, Wayne. 2009. Unequal by Design: High-Stakes Testing and the Standardization of Inequality. New York: Routledge.

Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. 2010. “The Australian Curriculum.”

Baker, Eva L. 2008. “Learning and Assessment in an Accountability Context.” Pp. 277-291 in The Future of Test-Based Educational Accountability, edited by K. E. Ryan and L. A. Shepard. New York: Routledge.

Baker, Eva L. 2004. “Aligning Curriculum, Standards, and Assessments: Fulfilling the Promise of School Reform.” National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST), University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles.

—. 2005. “Improving Accountability Models by Using Technology-Enabled Knowledge Systems (TEKS).” National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST), University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles.

Beach, Richard W. 2011. “Issues in Analyzing Alignment of Language Arts Common Core Standards With State Standards.” Educational Researcher 40:179-182.

Black, P., R. McCormick, M. James, and D. Pedder. 2006. “Learning How to Learn and Assessment for Learning: A Theoretical Inquiry.” Research Papers in Education 21:119-132.

Black, P. and D. Wiliam. 1998. “Assessment and Classroom Learning.” Assessment in Education 5:7-74.

Bransford, John D., Ann L. Brown, and Rodney R. Cocking. 2000. “How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School.” edited by N. R. C. Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.

Carmichael, Sheila Byrd, Gabrielle Martino, Kathleen Porter-Magee, and W. Stephen Wilson. 2010. “The State of State Standards and the Common Core.” Fordham Institute, Washington DC.

Cetina, Karin Knorr. 1999. Epistemic Cultures: How the Sciences Make Knowledge. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.

Common Core State Standards Initiative. 2010. “Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects.”

Cope, Bill, Mary Kalantzis, Sarah McCarthey, Colleen Vojak, and Sonia Kline. 2011. “Technology-Mediated Writing Assessments: Paradigms and Principles.” Computers and Composition 28:79-96.

Cumming, J Joy , Claire Wyatt-Smith, John  Elkins, and Mary Neville. 2006. “Teacher Judgment: Building an Evidentiary Base For Quality Literacy and Numeracy Education.” Centre for Applied Language, Literacy and Communication Studies, Griffith University, Brisbane.

Darling-Hammond, Linda and George H. Wood. 2008. “Assessment for the 21st Century: Using Performance Assessments to Measure Student Learning More Effectively.” The Forum for Education and Democracy.

Etkina, Eugenia, Jose P. Mestre, and Angela O’Donnell. 2005. “The Impact of the Cognitive Revolution on Science Learning and Teaching.” Pp. 119-164 in The Impact of the Cognitive Revolution on Educational Psychology, edited by J. Royer. Greenwich CT: Information Age Publishing.

Flanagan, Dawn P. and Alan S. Kaufman. 2009. Essentials of WISC-IV Assessment. Hoboken NJ: Wiley.

Flynn, James R. 2007. What is Intelligence? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fuhrman, Susan H. 2001. “From the Capitol to the Classroom: Standards-based Reform in the States.” Chicago IL: University of Chicago Press.

Gee, James Paul. 2004. Situated Language and Learning: A Critique of Traditional Schooling. London: Routledge.

Gottfredson, Linda S. 2009. “Logical Fallacies Used to Dismiss the Evidence on Intelligence Testing.” Pp. 11-65 in Correcting Fallacies About Educational and Pychological Testing, edited by R. P. Phelps. Washington DC: American Pyschological Association.

Government Accountability Office. 2009. “Student Achievement: Schools Use Multiple Strategies to Help Students Meet Academic Standards, Especially Schools with Higher Proportions of Low-Income and Minority Students.” United States Government Accountability Office.

Greeno, James G. 1998. “The Situativity of Knowing, Learning, and Research.” American Psychologist 53:5-26.

Haladyna, Thomas M. 2004. Developing and Validating Multiple-Choice Test Items. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Hollingworth, Liz. 2009. “Unintended Educational and Social Consequences of the No Child Left Behind Act.” Journal of Gender, Race and Justice.

Kohn, Alfie. 2000. The Case Against Standardized Testing: Raising the Scores, Ruining the Schools. Portsmouth NH: Heinemann.

Latour, Bruno and Steve Woolgar. 1986. Laboratory Life: The Construction of Scientific Facts. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press.

Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger. 1991. Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lessig, Lawrence. 2008. Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy. New York: Penguin Press.

Mackintosh, N.J. 1998. IQ and Human Intelligence. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press.

McCarthey, Sarah J. 2008. “The Impact of No Child Left Behind on Teachers’ Writing Instruction.” Written Communication 25: 462-505.

Meltzoff, Andrew N., Patricia K. Kuhl, Javier Movellan, and Terrence J. Sejnowski. 2009. “Foundations for a New Science of Learning.” Science 325:284-288.

Mislevy, Robert J. 2006. “Cognitive Psychology and Educational Assessment.” Pp. 257-305 in Educational Measurement, edited by R. L. Brennan. New York: Praeger.

Nichols, Sharon L. and David C. Berliner. 2007. Collateral Damage: How High Stakes Testing Corrupts America’s Schools. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.

OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. 2005. “Formative Assessment: Improving Learning in Secondary Classrooms.” Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris.

Pellegrino, James W., Naomi  Chudowsky, and Robert Glaser. 2001. “Knowing what Students Know: The Science and Design of Educational Assessment.” Washington DC: National Academies Press.

Popham, W. James. 2008. Transformative Assessment. Alexandria VA: ASCD.

—. 2011. Classroom Assessment. Boston MA: Pearson.

Ravich, Diane. 2010. The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice are Undermining Education. New York: Basic Books.

Reese, George. 2009. Cloud Application Architectures: Building Applications and Infrastructure in the Cloud. Sebastatpol CA: O’Reilly.

Resnick, Lauren B. 2006. “Making Accountability Really Count.” Educational Measurement, Issues & Practice 25:33-37.

Risley, Todd R. and Betty Hart. 1995. Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young American Children. Baltimore MD: Paul H Brookes Pub.

Ryan, Katherine E. 2008. “Fairness Issues and Educational Accountability.” Pp. 191-208 in The Future of Test-Based Educational Accountability, edited by K. E. Ryan and L. A. Shepard. New York: Routledge.

Sacks, Peter. 1999. Standardized Minds: The High Price of America’s Testing Culture and What We Can Do About It. New York: De Capro Press.

Shenk, David. 2010. The Genius in All of Us: Why Everything You’ve Been Told About Genetics, Talent and IQ is Wrong. New York: Doubleday.

Shepard, Lorrie A. 2008. “A Brief History of Accountability Testing, 1965-2007.” Pp. 25-46 in The Future of Test-Based Educational Accountability, edited by K. E. Ryan and L. A. Shepard. New York: Routledge.

Vojak, Colleen, Sonia Kline, Bill Cope, Sarah McCarthey, and Mary Kalantzis. 2011. “New Spaces and Old Places: An Analysis of Writing Assessment Software.” Computers and Composition 28:97-111.

Wagner, Tony. 2008. The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills our Children Need, and What We Can Do About It. New York: Basic Books.

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