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Nitko is an adjunct professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Arizona, and professor emeritus and former chairperson of the Department of Psychology in Education at the University of Pittsburgh. His research interests include curriculum-based criterion-referenced testing, integration of testing and instruction, classroom assessment, and the assessment of knowledge and higher-order thinking skills.
He co-authored with C. Glaser the chapter "Measurement in Learning and Instruction" in the second edition of Educational Measurement Professor Nitko has been a member of several committees of the American Educational Research Association, was elected secretary of AERA Division D, served on committees of the National Council on Measurement in Education, and was elected to the board of directors and as president of the latter.
Susan Brookhart is coordinator of assessment and evaluation for the School of Education at Duquesne University. Prior to this assignment, she was professor and chair of the Department of Educational Foundations and Leadership at Duquesne. Previous to her higher education experience, she taught both elementary and middle school. Her research interests include the role of classroom assessment in student motivation and achievement, the connection between classroom assessment and large-scale assessment, and grading.
From she served as newsletter editor for the National Council on Measurement in Education, and was program co-chair for the NCME annual meeting. She is the author of two books: The Art and Science of Classroom Assessment is a combination literature review and how-to book about classroom assessment in higher education; Grading is a textbook about grading in K schools.
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