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Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice: Volume 18 Issue 3

Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice: Volume 18 Issue 3 is now available.

Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice: Volume 18 Issue 3 is now available. Contents are:

Marking quality within test and examination systems, Paul E. Newton & Michelle Meadows, pages 213-216

Developing assessment scales for large-scale speaking tests: a multiple-method approach, Evelina D. Galaczi, Angela Ffrench, Chris Hubbard & Anthony Green, pages 217-237

Using verbal reports to explore rater perceptual processes in scoring: a mixed methods application to oral communication assessment, Jilliam N. Joe, J. Christine Harmes & Corey A. Hickerson, pages 239-258

Improving marking quality through a taxonomy of mark schemes, Ayesha Ahmed & Alastair Pollitt, pages 259-278

Effects of marking method and rater experience on ESL essay scores and rater performance, Khaled Barkaoui, pages 279-293

The interrelations of features of questions, mark schemes and examinee responses and their impact upon marker agreement, Beth Black, Irenka Suto & Tom Bramley, pages 295-318

A validity-based approach to quality control and assurance of automated scoring, Isaac I. Bejar, pages 319-341

This story was last updated on: 13 Oct 2011