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MASTERING ASSESSMENT BOXSET INCLUDES: " Appropriate and Inappropriate Tests for Evaluating Schools " Assessing Students#x19; Affect " Assessing Students with Disabilities " Assessment Bias: How to Banish It " Classroom Evidence of Successful Teaching " College Entrance Examinations: The SAT and the ACT " Constructed-Response Tests: Building and Bettering " How Testing Can Help Teaching " Interpreting the Results of Large-Scale Assessments " Portfolio Assessment and Performance Testing " Reliability: What Is It and Is It Necessary? " Selected-Response Tests: Building and Bettering " The Role of Rubrics in Testing andTeaching " Test Preparation: Sensible or Sordid? " Validity: Assessment#x19;s Cornerstone
W. James Popham is a nationally recognized expert on educational testing. For 30 years he taught courses at UCLA in instructional methods for prospective teachers, and courses in evaluation and measurement. He has also authored over 25 books in the fields of curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Table of Contents
Assessing Students’ Affect
What Is Affect?
One Coin in Curriculum’s 3-Coin Fountain
Potentially Assessable Affective Targets
Why Assess Affect?
A Three-Part Strategy for Assessing Students’ Affect
Anonymity: An Imperative
Four Anonymity-Enhancement Tactics
Group-Focused Inferences Only
Building Your Own Affective Inventories
Likert Affective Inventories
Multifocus Affective Inventories
Appropriate and Inappropriate Tests for Evaluating Schools