assessment, education, testing, language, United States
Assessment is essential to education, because it provides information on students’ progress toward learning goals. Reliable and valid assessment can provide not only important summative information, but also formative information to instructors and learners on both what has been learned and what remains to be learned. However, in order for assessment to be used effectively, instructors must understand the components of a reliable and valid assessment system and how to incorporate such a system into classroom testing. Many language instructors in the United States may lack basic knowledge of assessment and measurement (Popham, 2009).
Malone, Margaret E.; Montee, Megan J.; and DiSilvio, Francesca
"Assessment Practices in STARTALK Language Programs: A View of Current Language Assessment Literacy,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 60:
1, Article 17.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol60/iss1/17