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Learning, Media and Technology

Volume 35 Number 1, 3rd  Quarter  2010

The red pill: social studies, media texts, and literacies

Trenia L. Walker

1 – 14

ICT use among 13-year-old Swedish children

Ulli Samuelsson


Gamestar Mechanic: learning a designer mindset through communicational competence with the language of games

Ivan Alex Games


The sound of feedback in higher education

Maggi Savin-Baden


Incidental foreign language acquisition from media exposure

An H. Kuppens


Book reviews  

Digital literacies: social learning and classroom practices

Ben Williamson

87 – 89

Online social networking on campus: understanding what matters in student culture

Matthew Pearson




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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

Volume 26 Number 3, 3rd  Quarter  2010



The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of using social software in higher and further education teaching and learning

A. Schroeder, S. Minocha & C. Schneider


Developing a scale for teacher integration of information and communication technology in grades 1–9

S. Hsu


Reconsidering off-task: a comparative study of PDA-mediated activities in four classrooms

L. Mifsud & A.I. Mørch


Community-based individual knowledge construction in the classroom: a process-oriented account

C.-K. Looi & W. Chen


Teaching genetics with multimedia results in better acquisition of knowledge and improvement in comprehension

P. Starbek, M. Starčič Erjavec & C. Peklaj



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Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice

Volume 17 Number 2, 3rd  Quarter  2010



The theory–practice gap

Jo-Anne Baird

113 – 116


The concept of validity in theory and practice

Simon Wolming & Christina Wikström

117 – 132

The Support Model for interactive assessment

Ayesha Ahmed & Alastair Pollitt

133– 167

Understanding and addressing the achievement gap through individualized instruction and formative assessment

Stuart S. Yeh

169 – 182

The use of transparency in the 'Interactive examination' for student teachers

Anders Jonsson

183– 197

Rubric-referenced self-assessment and middle school students' writing

Heidi L. Andrade, Ying Du & Kristina Mycek

199– 214

Validity in teachers’ summative assessments

Paul Black, Christine Harrison, Jeremy Hodgen, Bethan Marshall & Natasha Serret

215 – 232

Profiles of education assessment systems worldwide  

Two decades of SIMCE: an overview of the National Assessment System in Chile

Lorena Meckes & Rafael Carrasco

233 – 248

Book review 

Measurement and statistics for teachers

Chris Wheadon

249– 250


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Applied Measurement in Education

Volume 23 Number 2, April 2010



A special issue on testing students with disabilities

Kurt F. Geisinger

119 – 120

Steps toward creating fully accessible reading assessments

Martha L. Thurlow

121 – 131

Using differential item functioning to investigate the impact of testing accommodations on an English-language arts assessment for students who are blind or visually impaired

Elizabeth Stone, Linda Cook, Cara Cahalan Laitusis & Frederick Cline

132 – 152

Examining the impact of audio presentation on tests of reading comprehension

Cara Cahalan Laitusis

153 – 167

Accessibility of segmented reading comprehension passages for students with disabilities

Jamal Abedi, Jenny C. Kao, Seth Leon, Ann M. Mastergeorge, Lisa Sullivan, Joan Herman & Rita Pope

168 – 186

Using factor analysis to investigate accommodations used by students with disabilities on an English-language arts assessment

Linda Cook, Daniel Eignor, Yasuyo Sawaki, Jonathan Steinberg & Frederick Cline

187 – 208

Accessible reading assessments for students with disabilities: summary and conclusions

Lauress L. Wise

209 – 214


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