To date, this project has not generated findings.
A primary deliverable will be a monograph with a cross-disciplinary consideration of all relevant aspects of understanding, developing and evaluating curriculum-based informative assessments, including a set of illustrative case examples, an inventory of existing research approaches, and a multidisciplinary research agenda for embedded assessment. This monograph will be targeted to both research and practitioner audiences. Supporting items will be made publicly available on a project web page including: transcriptions of expert panel discussions, portfolio of real and hypothetical examples of informative classroom assessment, appendices for the monograph, written reflections and materials collected by panelists, including annotated references, existing data analyses, and links to web pages. Papers will be submitted for publication in respected refereed journals, and one or more symposia or workshops will be proposed to professional meetings such as AERA, NCME, NCTM, NSTA.