KAPPAN References


  1. Bruce Biddle, "Foolishness, Dangerous Nonsense, and Real Correlates of State Differences in Achievement," Sept 97, pp. 9-13.
  2. D. Monty Neill, "Transforming Student Assessment," Sept 97, pp. 34-58.
  3. Sam Wineburg, "T.S. Eliot, Collaboration, And the Quandaries of Assessment In a Rapidly Changing World," Sept 97, pp. 59-65.
  4. Kathe Taylor and Sherry Walton, "Co-opting Standardized Tests in the Service of Learning," Sept 97, pp. 66-70.
  5. James A. Bernauer and Katherine Cress, "How School Communities Can Help Redefine Accountability Assessment," Sept 97, pp.71-75.
  6. Anne Davies and Patricia Williams, "Accountability," Sept 97, pp. 76-79.
  7. Mark F. Goldberg, An Interview with E.D. Hirsch, Jr., "Doing What Works," Sept 97, pp. 83-85.
  8. Nel Noddings, "Thinking About Standards," Nov 97, pp. 184-189.
  9. Linda Darling-Hammond and Beverly Falk, "Using Standards and Assessments To Support Student Learning," Nov 97, pp. 190-199.
  10. Charles M. Reigeluth, "Educational Standards, To Standardize or to Customize Learning?", Nov 97, pp. 202-206.
  11. William Berkson, "A Place to Start, Breaking the Impasse over Standards," Nov 97, pp. 207-211.
  12. Ken Jones and Betty Lou Whitford, "Kentucky's Conflicting Reform Principles, High-Stakes School Accountability and Student Performance Assessment," Dec 97, pp. 276-281.
  13. Daniel Tanner, "The Social Consequences of Bad Research," Jan 98, pp. 344-349.
  14. W. James Popham, "Farewell,Curriculum: Confessions of an Assessment Convert," Jan 98, pp. 380-385.
  15. Rick Gordon, "Balancing Real-World Problems with Real-World Results," Jan 98, pp. 390-394.
  16. Del Schalock, Mark Schalock, and David Myton, "Effectiveness - Along with Quality - Should Be the Focus," Feb 98, pp. 468-470.
  17. Linda Darling-Hammond, "Standards for Assessing Teaching Effectiveness Are Key, A Response to Schalock, Schalock, and Myron," Feb 98, pp. 471-472.
  18. Tony Wagner, "Change as Collaborative Inquiry A 'Constructivist' Methodology For Reinventing Schools, Mar 98, pp. 512-517.
  19. Thomas Hatch, "How Comprehensive can Comprehensive Reform Be?", Mar 98, pp. 518-522.
  20. Alfie Kohn, "Only for My Kid, How privileged Parents Undermine School Reform, Apr 98, pp. 569-577.
  21. Beth Hurst, Cindy Wilson, and Genny Cramer, "Professional teaching Portfolios Tools for Reflection, Growth, And Advancement, Apr 98, pp.578-582.
  22. Elizabeth A. Hebert, "Lessons Learned About Student Portfolios," Apr 98, pp. 583-585.
  23. Terry L. Wiedmer, "Digital Portfolios, Capturing and Demonstrating Skills and Levels of Performance," Apr 98, pp. 586-589.
  24. Michael E. Martinez, "What Is Problem Solving?", Apr 98, pp. 605-609.
  25. Robin Fogarty, "The Intelligence-Friendly Classroom It Just Makes Sense," May 98, pp. 655-657.
  26. James Bellanca, "Teaching for Intelligence In Search of Best Practices," May 98, pp. 658-660.
  27. Meir Ben-Hur, "Mediation of Cognitive Competencies For Students in Need," May 98, pp. 661-666.
  28. Robert J Sternberg, Bruce Torff, and Elena Grigorenko, "Teaching for Successful Intelligence raises School Achievement," May 98, pp. 667-669.
  29. Carol Jago, "A Teacher's Adventures In Standardsland," May 98, p.685.
  30. Gerald Bracey, "TIMMS Rymes with 'Dims," As in 'Witted'," May 98, pp. 686-687.
  31. Daniel L. Duke, "Challenge of Designing the Next Generation of America's Schools," May 98, pp. 688-693.
  32. James J Gallagher, "Accountability for Gifted Students," June 98, pp. 739-742.
  33. Anne Lewis, "Seeking Connection Through Character," Oct 98, pp. 99-100.
  34. Joseph S Renzulli, "A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships Developing the Gifts and Talents of All Students," Oct 98, pp. 105-111.
  35. Paul Black and Dylan Wiliam, "Inside the Black Box Raising Standards Through Classroom Assessment," Oct 98, pp. 139-148.