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|Formato físico adicional:||Online version:
Educational Testing Service. Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education.
A public policy statement.
[Princeton, NJ :
1 online resource (22 pages)
|Tipo de material:||Recurso en Internet|
|Tipo de documento:||Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||
Eva L Baker; Randy Elliot Bennett; Luis M Gomez; Edmund W Gordon; Sharon Lynn Kagan; Robert J Mislevy; James W Pellegrino; Lauren B Resnick; Lorrie A Shepard; Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education (U.S.),
"This statement has been prepared by James Pellegrino, co-Chair of the Commission, and Lauren Resnick, member of the Executive Council, with input from Sharon Lynn Kagan, consultant to the Chair, and other members of the Executive Council -- Randy Bennett, Eva Baker, Bob Mislevy, Lorrie Shepard, Louis Gomez and Edmund W. Gordon -- and the assistance of Richard Colvin as writing consultant."--Preface.
"This Public Policy statement represents the authors' sense of recommendations that are implicit in the work of the Commission. However, it has not been vetted by the members of the Gordon Commission and thus it should not be concluded that any given member of the Commission endorses the specifics included herein."--Footnote to Introduction.
|Descripción:||22 pages ; 28 cm|
|Contenido:||Preface / [by Edmund W. Gordon] --
Executive sumary. Recommendations --
Transforming assessment to support teaching, learning and human development --
Reconsidering assessment: why, what and how we assess --
Moving forward: the opportunity --
Recommendations. In the realm of state collaboration and policy ; In the realm of federal policy ; In the realm of national research and development --
About the Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education. Mission of the Commission ; Commission members ; Staff.
|Responsabilidad:||The Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education.|