1. Introduction Marielle Simon, Kadriye Ercikan and Michel Rousseau I. Assessment Design, Development And Delivery 2. Large-scale assessment design and development for the measurement of student cognition Jacqueline P. Leighton 3. Role and Design of Background Questionnaires in Large-scale Assessments Ruth A. Childs and Orlena Broomes 4. Student Motivation in Large-Scale Assessments Christina van Barneveld, Sherri-Lynne Pharand, Lori Ruberto, and Daphne Haggarty 5. Computer-Based and Computer-Adaptive Testing Richard M. Luecht II: Assessing Diverse Populations 6. Academic Assessment of English Language Learners: A Critical Probabilistic, Systemic View Guillermo Solano-Flores and Martha Gustafson 7. Score Comparability of Multiple Language Versions of Assessments Within Jurisdictions Kadriye Ercikan, Marielle Simon, and Maria Elena Oliveri 8. Accommodating Special Needs for Large-scale Assessments Leilani Saez, Elisa Jamgochian, and Gerald Tindal III. Scoring, Score Reporting And Use Of Scores 9. Scoring issues in large-scale assessments Maria Elena Oliveri, Britta Gundersen-Bryden, and Kadriye Ercikan 10. Standard Setting: Past, Present and Perhaps the Future Robert W. Lissitz 11. From "Here's the Story" to "You're in Charge": Developing and Maintaining Large-scale Online Test and Score Reporting Resources April L. Zenisky and Ronald K. Hambleton 12. Making Value-Added Inferences from Large-Scale Assessments Derek C. Briggs IV. Psychometric Modeling And Statistical Analysis 13. Complex Person and Item Sampling: Implications for Analysis and Inference Jessica L. Mislevy, Laura M. Stapleton, and Andre A. Rupp 14. Taking Atypical Response Patterns into Account:A Multidimensional Measurement Model from Item Response Theory Gilles Raiche, David Magis, Jean-Guy Blais, and Pierre Brochu 15. Missing data: Issues and Treatments Michel Rousseau 16. Measurement and Statistical Analysis Issues with Longitudinal Assessment Data Bruno D. Zumbo, Amery D. Wu and Yan Liu
Marielle Simon is Professor in the Department of Psycho-education at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Kadriye Ercikan is Professor of Measurement and Research Methods in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology and Special Education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Michel Rousseau is Professor of Education at the Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, Canada.