“Instructionally Supportive Accountability Tests in Science: A Viable Assessment Option?”

W. James Popham, University of California, Los Angeles (leader)

Paul D. Sandifer, South Carolina Department of Education, Chapin, SC (retired)

Thomas E. Keller, Maine Department of Education, Augusta*

Brett Moulding, Utah Office of Education, Salt Lake City*

James W. Pellegrino, University of Illinois at Chicago**

Consulting Scientists

James Beall, St. John’s College, Annapolis

Henry W. Heikkinen, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley

Smith L. Holt, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater

John Layman, University of Maryland, College Park

A. Truman Schwartz, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN

Christos Zahopolous, Northeastern University

Contact: wpopham@ucla.edu

“Models for Multi-Level State Science Assessment Systems”

Edys S. Quellmalz, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA

Mark Moody, Baltimore

Contact: edys.quellmalz@sri.com

Moody.mark@verizon.net

ASSESSMENT AND RESEARCH ON LEARNING

“Implications of Research on Children’s Learning for Assessment: Matter and Atomic Molecular”

Carol L. Smith, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Marianne Wiser, Clark University

Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University, East Lansing (leader)

Joseph Krajcik, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor**

Brian P. Coppola, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Contact: carol.smith@umb.edu

andya@msu.edu

“Tracing a Trajectory for Understanding Evolution”

Kefyn Catley, Vanderbilt University

Brian J. Reiser, Northwestern University

Richard Lehrer, Vanderbilt University**

Contact: kefyn.catley@vanderbilt.edu

*  

Working group member liaison

**  

Committee member liaison



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