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Assessment by Mind Map: Assessment

1. 1. Curriculum, Assessment & Learning

1.1. Wiliam, D., & Black, P. (1996). Meanings and consequences: A basis for distinguishing formative and summative functions of assessment? British Educational Research Journal, 22(5).

2. 2. Standards, Moderation & Teacher Judgment

2.1. Sadler, D. R. (2009). Grade integrity and the representation of academic achievement. Studies in Higher Education, 34(7), 807 - 826.

3. 3. Meritocracy, Equity and Fairness in Assessment

3.1. Leonel Lim (2013): Meritocracy, elitism, and egalitarianism: a preliminary and provisional assessment of Singapore's primary education review, Asia Pacific Journal of Education (Electronic First Edition)

4. 4. Summative and Formative Assessment

4.1. Harlen, W. (2006). On the relationship between assessment for formative and summative purposes. In J. Gardner (Ed.), Assessment and Learning. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

5. 5. Assessment Feedback

5.1. Hattie, J., & Timperley, H. (2007). The power of feedback. Review of Educational Research, 77(1), 81-112

5.2. Nicol, D., & Macfarlane-Dick, D. (2006). Formative assessment and self-regulated learning: A model and seven principles of good feedback practice. Studies in Higher Education, 31(2), 199 - 218.

6. 6. Assessment in Singapore

6.1. Tan, K. H. K. (2011). Assessment Reform in Singapore - Enduring, Sustainable or Threshold? In R. Berry & B. Adamson (Eds.), Assessment Reform in Education: Policy and Practice (pp. 75 - 88). London: Springer.

6.2. Tan, K. H. K. (2011). Assessment for learning in Singapore - Unpacking its meanings and identifying some areas for improvement. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 10(2), 91-103.

6.3. Leong, W. S., & Tan, K. H. K. (2014). What (more) can, and should, assessment do for learning? Observations from ‘successful learning context’ in Singapore. The Curriculum Journal, Online edition.

7. 7. Authentic Assessment

7.1. Tan, K. H. K., & Lim, C. (2008). Authentic Assessment: What does it actually mean? In K. H. K. Tan & K. Koh (Eds.), Authentic Assessment in Schools. Singapore: Pearson Education South East Asia.

8. 8. Assessment & Long Term learning

8.1. Boud, D. (2000). Sustainable assessment: rethinking assessment for the learning society. Studies in Higher Education, 22(2), 151.

9. 9. Self- and Peer-assessment

9.1. Tan, K. H. K. (2006). Understanding student self-assessment in terms of learning, grading and empowerment. Paper presented at the 2006 Annual IAEA Conference, Singapore.

9.2. Boud, D., Cohen, R., & Sampson, J. (1999). Peer learning and assessment. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 24(4), 413 - 426.

10. 10. Power & Assessment

10.1. Tan, K. H. K. (2004). Does student self-assessment empower or discipline students? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 29(6), 651 - 662.

10.2. Reynolds, M., & Trehan, K. (2000). Assessment: A critical perspective. Studies in Higher Education, 25(3), 267 - 278.

11. 11. Assessment Reform

11.1. Torrance, H. (2011). Using Assessment to Drive the Reform of Schooling: Time to Stop Pursuing the Chimera? British Journal of Educational Studies, 59(4), 459 - 485.

12. 12. Assessment Leadership

12.1. Stiggins, R. (2010). Essential formative assessment competencies for teachers and school leaders. In H. Andrade & G. Cizek (Eds.), Handbook of formative assessment. New York: Routledge.

12.2. Tay, H. Y., & Tan, K. H. K. (In Press). What does Assessment require of School Leadership? In B. Wong & P. T. Ng (Eds.), Education Leaders in Action: Case Studies of Leadership Challenges in Singapore Schools: Springer.

13. 13. Plagiarism

14. 14. Patchwork Assessment

15. 15. Assessment Rubrics

16. 16. Technology enabled Assessment

16.1. Stodberg, U. (2011). A research review of e-assessment. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Electronic First Edition.

16.2. Parkin, H., Hepplestone, S., Holden, G., Irwin, B., & Thorpe, L. (2011). A role for technology in enhancing students’ engagement with feedback. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Electronic First Edition.

17. 17. Assessment Literacy

17.1. Xu, Y. & Brown, G. (2016) Teacher assessment literacy in practice: A reconceptualization Vol 1, 149–162

17.2. Stiggins, R., & Duke, D. (2008). Effective instructional leadership requires assessment leadership. Phi Delta Kappan, 90(4), 285 - 291.

17.3. Willis, J., Adie, L. A., & Klenowski, V. (2013). Conceptualising teachers’ assessment literacies in an era of curriculum and assessment reform. Australian Educational Researcher, 40, 241–256.

18. 18. Alternative Assessment

18.1. Tan, K. H. K. (2013). Variation in teachers' conceptions of alternative assessment in Singapore primary schools. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 12(1), 21 - 41.

18.2. Tan, K. H. K. (Ed.). (2011). Alternative Assessment in Schools: A Qualitative Approach (2nd ed.). Singapore: Pearson Education South East Asia.

18.3. Tan, K. H. K. (2010). Reframing Alternative Assessment in Schools: A research based perspective. Singapore: Pearson South East Asia Ltd.