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Albert, J. (2000)
  "Using a Sample Survey Project to Assess the Teaching of Statistical Inference" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 8(1) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/secure/v8n1/albert.cfm
Bond, L. (2005)
  "Who has the lowest price?" Carnegie Perspectives [Online]. http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/perspectives/perspectives2005.March.htm
Chance, B. L. (2002)
  "Components of Statistical Thinking and Implications for Instruction and Assessment" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 10(3) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v10n3/chance.html
Chance, B. L. (1997)
  "Experiences with Authentic Assessment Techniques in an Introductory Statistics Course" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 5(3)
www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v5n3/chance.html
Chance, B., Garfield, J. & delMas, R. (1999)
  A model of classroom assessment in actions: Using assessment to improve students learning and statistical reasoning. Proceedings of the 52nd meeting of the International Statistical Institute, Helsinki, Finland. View this article.
Cobb, G. W. (1998)
  “The Objective-Format Question in Statistics: Dead Horse, Old Bath Water, or Overlooked Baby?”, Paper presented at the annual AERA meeting. View this article.
Crowley, Mary L. (1993)
  “Student Mathematics Portfolio: More Than a Display Case”, The Mathematics Teacher, vol. 86, num. 7.
Crucio, F.R. and Artzt, A.F. (1996)
  "Assessing Students' Ability to Analyze Data: Reaching beyond Computation", Assessment Standards for School Mathematics, vol. 89, No. 8.
Dauphinee, T. L., Schau, C., & Stevens, J. J. (1997)
  Survey of Attitudes Toward Statistics: Factor structure and factorial invariance for females and males. Structural Equation Modeling, 4, 129-141.
Finch, S. & Cumming, G. (1998)
  “Assessing conceptual change in learning statistics”, In I Pereira-Mendoza at.al. (Eds), Proceedings of the 5’th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (Vol 2, pp 897-903), Singapore.
Gal, I. & Garfield, J. (eds.) 1997
  The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education, pp. 1-13. Amsterdam: IOS Press and International Statistical Institute.
Gal, I., Ginsburg, L., & Schau, C. (1997)
  Monitoring attitudes and beliefs in statistics education. In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education (pp. 37-51). Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Gal, I., and Ginsburg, L. (1994) 
  "The Role of Beliefs and Attitudes in Learning Statistics: Towards an Assessment Framework" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 2(2) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v2n2/gal.html
Garfield, J., Hogg, B, Schau, C., & Whittinghill, D. (2002)
  First courses in statistical science: The status of educational reform efforts. Journal of Statistics Education, 10, (2), http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse.
Garfield, J. B. (1994)
  "Beyond Testing and Grading: Using Assessment to Improve Student Learning" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 2(1) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v2n1/garfield.html
Garfield, J. B. (1993)
  “An Authentic Assessment of Students’ Statistical Knowledge”, in the Mathematics Classroom, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. p. 187-196. 1993 Yearbook: Assessment, ed. N. Webb, Reston, VA: NCTM. View this article.
Garfield, J., & Chance, B. (2000)
  Assessment in Statistics Education: Issues and Challenges. Mathematics Thinking and Learning, 2, 99-125. View this article.
Hilton, S. C., Schau, C., & Olsen, J. A. (2004)
  Survey of Attitudes Toward Statistics: Factor structure invariance by gender and by administration time. Structural Equation Modeling, 11, 92-109.
Hirsch, L. S., & O'Donnell, A. M. (2001)
  "Representativeness in Statistical Reasoning: Identifying and Assessing Misconceptions" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 9(2) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v9n2/hirsch.html
Hubbard, R. (1997)
  "Assessment and the Process of Learning Statistics" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 5(1) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v5n1/hubbard.html
Hubbard, R. (2003)
  "Questions for Formative and Summative Assessment that Encourage Deep Rather than Surface Approaches to Learning Basic Statistics in a Computer Environment." Paper presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings. Click here to view [pdf-format].
Jolliffe, F. (1997)
  Issues in Constructing Assessment Instruments for the Classroom. In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education. Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Keeler, C. M. (1997)
  Portfolio Assessment in Graduate Level Statistics Courses. In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education. Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Konold, C. (1995)
  "Issues in Assessing Conceptual Understanding in Probability and Statistics" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 3(1) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v3n1/konold.html
Konold, C., & Khalil, K. (2003)
  If U Can Graff These Numbers — 2, 15, 6 — Your Stat Literit. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. View this paper.
Love, T. E. (2000)
  "A Different Approach to Project Assessment" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 8(1) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/secure/v8n1/love.cfm
Mickelson, W. T., Yetter, G., Lemberger, M., Hovater, S., & Ayers R. (2003)
  Reciprocal Peer Tutoring: An Embedded Assessment Technique to Improve Student Learning and Achievement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. View this paper.
O'Connell, A. A. (2002)
  "Student Perceptions of Assessment Strategies in a Multivariate Statistics Course" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 10(1). www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v10n1/oconnell.html
Onwuegbuzie, A. J. (2000)
  Attitudes toward statistics assessments. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 25(4), 321-339.
Onwuegbuzie, A. J. (2001, April)
  Assessing performance in statistics courses. In D. Thurston (Chair), Teaching educational statistics in the 21st century: An interactive symposium. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Seattle, WA. View this article.
Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Leech, N. L. (2003)
  Assessment in statistics courses: More than a tool for evaluation. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 28(2), 115-127. View this article.
Radke Sharpe, N. (1997)
  “Assessment Issues in Introductory and Advanced Statistics Courses”, Paper presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings.
Radke Sharpe, N. (1997)
  “Assignments and Assessment”, Invited talk for “Assessment in Statistics Courses” Conference, Boston.
Schau, C., & Mattern, N. (1997)
  Use of map techniques in teaching applied statistics courses. The American Statistician, 51, 171-175.
Schau, C. (2000)
  Fill-in concept maps. In J. Maltby, C. A. Lewis, & A.Hill (Eds.), Commissioned Reviews on 250 Psychological Tests (pp. 838-841). Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press.
Schau, C., & Mattern, N. (1997)
  Assessing students' connected understanding of statistical relationships. In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education (pp. 91-104). Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Smith, G. (1998)
  Learning Statistics by Doing Statistics. Journal of Statistics Education, v. 6, n. 3. View this paper.
Starkings, S. (1997)
  Assessing Student Projects. In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education. Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Sundre, D. L. (2003)
  Assessment of Quantitative Reasoning to Enhance Educational Quality. Paper presented at AERA. View this paper.
Truran, J. (1998)
  “Using students’ writings to assess their cognitive and affective development in an elementary economics statistics course”. In I Pereira-Mendoza at.al. (Eds), Proceedings of the 5’th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (Vol 2, pp 701-707), Singapore.
Verkoeijen, P., Imbos, T., van de Wiel, M. W. J., Berger, M. P. F., and Schmidt, H. G. (2002)
  "Assessing Knowledge Structures in a Constructive Statistical Learning Environment" Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 10(2) www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v10n2/verkoeijen.html
Wild, C., Triggs, C., & Pfannkuch M. (1997)
  "Assessment on a Budget: Using Traditional Methods Imaginatively". In I. Gal & J. B. Garfield (Eds.), The Assessment Challenge in Statistics Education. Netherlands: IOS Press. View this chapter.
Williams, A. (1998)
  “Students’ understanding of the significance level concept”. In I Pereira-Mendoza at.al. (Eds), Proceedings of the 5’th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (Vol 2, pp 743-748), Singapore.
Williams, A. (1999)
  “Novice student’s conceptual knowlegdeof statistical hypothesis testing”. In J. Truran and K. Truran (Eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australia, (pp 554-560) Adelaide.

 

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