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12:00 noon

Lunch

Demonstration: The Algebra I Cognitive Tutor

• Albert Corbett

1:00 p.m.

Information technologies: Opportunities for advancing educational assessment

Session moderator Jim Pellegrino

Technology and the unmasking of constructs Drew Gitomer, Educational Testing Service

Surgical simulations and other learning systems that offer potentially rich assessment information Mike Russell, Boston College

Computerized speech recognition and the assessment of reading Susan Williams, University of Texas, Austin

Technology supports for developing assessments of science inquiry Barbara Means and Geneva Haertel, SRI International

Is it worth it? Cost benefits from technology-based assessment in the military Dexter Fletcher, Institute for Defense Analyses

3:00

Break

3:15

Discussants

• Lauren Resnick, Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh

• Paul Holland, Educational Testing Service

Followed by audience questions for panel

4:00

Group discussion of research and development priorities

Discussion leader

• Mike Smith

Synthesizer

Michael Feuer

5:00

Adjourn



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