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Comparability of Computer- and Paper-Administered Multiple-Choice Tests for K-12 Populations: A Synthesis
Applied Measurement in Education Vol. 22, No. 1 (January 2009) pp. 22–37
There have been many studies of the comparability of computer-administered and paper-administered tests. Not surprisingly (given the variety of measurement and statistical sampling issues that can affect any one study) the results of such studies...
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice Vol. 30, No. 4 (2011) pp. 28–37
An effect size of about 0.70 (or 0.40-0.70) is often claimed for the efficacy of formative assessment, but is not supported by the existing research base. More than 300 studies that appeared to address the efficacy of formative assessment in grades...
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...