Research on Classroom Summative Assessment
ences and university coursework (Gullikson, 1984; Wise, Lukin, & Roos, 1991). Researchers consistently suggest collaborative experiences with assessments as a way to narrow the gap between teacher perceptions of their assess-ment knowledge and skill and their actual assessment competence. These knowledge-building experiences develop and strengthen
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