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Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice Vol. 25, No. 4 (2006) pp. 6–20
Evidence-centered assessment design (ECD) provides language, concepts, and knowledge representations for designing and delivering educational assessments, all organized around the evidentiary argument an assessment is meant to embody. This article...
Technology-Enabled and Universally Designed Assessment: Considering Access in Measuring the Achievement of Students with Disabilities--A Foundation for Research
Patricia Almond; Phoebe Winter; Renee Cameto; Michael Russell; Edynn Sato; Jody Clarke-Midura; Chloe Torres; Geneva Haertel; Robert Dolan; Peter Beddow; Sheryl Lazarus
Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment Vol. 10, No. 5 (November 2010)
This paper represents one outcome from the "Invitational Research Symposium on Technology-Enabled and Universally Designed Assessments," which examined technology-enabled assessments (TEA) and universal design (UD) as they relate to students with...
Measuring Cognition of Students with Disabilities Using Technology-Enabled Assessments: Recommendations for a National Research Agenda
Sue Bechard; Jan Sheinker; Rosemary Abell; Karen Barton; Kelly Burling; Christopher Camacho; Renee Cameto; Geneva Haertel; Eric Hansen; Chris Johnstone; Neal Kingston; Elizabeth Murray; Caroline E. Parker; Doris Redfield; Bill Tucker
Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment Vol. 10, No. 4 (November 2010)
This article represents one outcome from the "Invitational Research Symposium on Technology-Enabled and Universally Designed Assessments," which examined technology-enabled assessments (TEA) and universal design (UD) as they relate to students with...
Louanne Smolin; Kimberly Lawless; Chris Dede; Steve Jones; Camille Johnson-Yale; Francisco Seoane Perez; Jessica Schuler; James W. Pellegrino; Susan R. Goldman; Meryl Bertenthal; Kimberly Lawless; Charalambos Vrasidas; Gene V. Glass; Geneva D. Haertel; Barbara Means; William Penuel; Hilary Goldmann; Mark Warschauer; Sharon Tettegah; Eun Won Whang; Nakia Collins; Kona Taylor; Olga A. Vasquez; Nicholas C. Burbules
Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education Vol. 106, No. 2 (October 2007) pp. 1–218
There is little dispute that technology has transformed people's everyday lives. People shop online, download news in their iPods, communicate via text and video, take digital photos, and conduct all manner of personal and professional business via...