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Latest publications:
The International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation , Volume 23, Issue 2, June 2016

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Does Little Data Count as Assessment in Language Teaching and Learning?

This is an examination of the outcomes of 1st-grade students at the 2nd Model Experimental Senior High School of Thessaloniki in the English language in a number of task types.

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Published online: November 20, 2015

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How Much Can Little Data Reveal? Science Club Participation versus Final Exam Performance

We investigate the effect of science club participation of upper high school students on the grades they achieved in physics on their final written exams through the national test bank.

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Published online: November 20, 2015

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Assessment of Student Teaching New directions in teacher-training evaluation: Assessment Student

In 2009, changes were made in teacher training with a new design study (Ariav, 2006). The implication of the change is reflected in all components of training including practical work.

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Published online: November 6, 2015

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Self-concept and Cooperative Work: Assessment of a Program

This educational design aims to increase the responsibility of the student body by involving them in the assessment process with the objective of improving their academic perception.

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Published online: October 20, 2015

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The New Collective Epistemology and the Old Fallacy of Functional Equivalence

In the new collective epistemology, groups are claimed to be able to believe things independently of their members. I claim that learning and other issues defeat this new approach.

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Published online: October 20, 2015

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The International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation , Volume 23, Issue 1, March 2016

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Empirical Instructional Testing of the New Pedagogical Theory of "Biopedagogism"

“Biopedagogism”, a new teaching/learning pedagogical theory was tested in Elementary and High Schools satisfactorily, through the biopedagogic competences (Tecnologigal-Socialaization-Language/Literacy-Numerical/Theoretical) performance; our findings may have influence in instruction and future curricula.

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Published online: October 2, 2015

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The Accuracy of Teacher Judgments and Its Implications for the Validity of School-based Assessments

Teacher involvement arguably reduces the validity of school-based assessment as it introduces bias. This article focuses on the validity of school-based assessments by investigating the accuracy of teachers’ predictions.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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A Comparison of the Frequency and the Types of French Spelling Errors Produced by Students Located in Different Demolinguistic Settings

This study compares the types of spelling errors produced by students living in a French linguistic minority setting (i.e. Ontario, Canada) and majority setting (i.e. France, Europe).

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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