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Condon, William – Assessing Writing, 2013
Automated Essay Scoring (AES) has garnered a great deal of attention from the rhetoric and composition/writing studies community since the Educational Testing Service began using e-rater[R] and the "Criterion"[R] Online Writing Evaluation Service as products in scoring writing tests, and most of the responses have been negative. While the…
Descriptors: Measurement, Psychometrics, Evaluation Methods, Educational Testing
Haswell, Richard H., Ed. – 2001
Arguing that writing assessment and instruction should inform and influence one another, should evolve together, and should be developed locally, this book presents essays that analyze the development of the writing assessment and instruction program at Washington State University. The essays in the book directly challenge the use of national…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Portfolio Assessment, Program Development, Standardized Tests
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Condon, William; Rutz, Carol – College Composition and Communication, 2012
Early status reports on WAC call for engagement with the disciplines, robust research about writing, and a transformation from missionary work to a more wide-ranging model. A Taxonomy of WAC describes common characteristics of WAC programs as well as organizing those characteristics into a progression from initiation to change agency. (Contains 1…
Descriptors: Taxonomy, Writing Across the Curriculum, Educational Development, Writing Research
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Condon, William – Assessing Writing, 2009
Establishing the score or the placement as the first priority in a writing assessment leads to more reductive forms of writing assessment. However, if the prompts used in a direct test of writing were generative--that is, if they asked test-takers to analyze their own experiences as writers or learners, for example--the resulting texts would be…
Descriptors: Writing Evaluation, Writing Tests, Reflection, Undergraduate Students
McLeod, Susan H., Ed.; Miraglia, Eric, Ed.; Soven, Margot, Ed.; Thaiss, Christopher, Ed. – 2001
Celebrating the achievements of Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) by highlighting the promise of its future, this book presents 12 essays that describe how WAC programs have adapted and continue to adapt to meet new challenges. Essays in the book explain strategies for continuing WAC programs in an atmosphere of change; explore new avenues of…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Change, English (Second Language), Higher Education
Galin, Jeffrey R., Ed.; Latchaw, Joan, Ed. – 1998
The 12 essays collected in this book suggest both practical and theoretical approaches to teaching through networked technologies. Moving beyond technology for its own sake, the book articulates a pedagogy which makes its own productive uses of emergent technologies, both inside and outside the classroom. The book models for students one possible…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Networks, Higher Education, Hypermedia
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Rutz, Carol; Condon, William; Iverson, Ellen R.; Manduca, Cathryn A.; Willett, Gudrun – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2012
This study takes a step back from the undergraduate classroom to address faculty development, a phenomenon that ranges from general orientation sessions for new teachers to occasional brown bag lunches; reading groups; informal and program-based workshops; and more formal ones on pedagogy, assessment, and more. The tacit assumption underlying them…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Graduate Students, Doctoral Programs, Teacher Education
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Corrin, William; Lindsay, James J.; Somers, Marie-Andree; Myers, Nathan E.; Meyers, Coby V.; Condon, Christopher A.; Smith, Janell K. – National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, 2012
This report presents the findings of a rigorous experimental impact evaluation and implementation study of one such intervention, the Content Literacy Continuum (CLC), developed by researchers at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. This evaluation of CLC was conducted by three partnering organizations: REL Midwest, MDRC, and…
Descriptors: High School Students, Reading Difficulties, Reading Comprehension, Scores
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Condon, William; Kelly-Riley, Diane – Assessing Writing, 2004
Washington State University (WSU), has developed two large-scale assessment programs to evaluate student learning outcomes. The largest, the Writing Assessment Program, diagnoses student writing abilities at entry and mid-career to determine the type of support needed to navigate the expectations of our writing-rich curriculum. The second, the…
Descriptors: Writing Evaluation, Student Evaluation, Writing Tests, Writing Ability
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Condon, William – Computers and Composition, 1992
Offers criteria for selecting software for a computer-equipped classroom/writing lab: identifying uses, versatility, and ease of use. Concludes with advice for teachers to write their own applications programs. (RS)
Descriptors: Computer Software Evaluation, Computer Software Selection, Higher Education, Writing Instruction
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Coe, Paul R.; Alonzi, Loreto Peter; Condon, Daniel; Butterworth, William T. – PRIMUS, 2007
Prisoner's Dilemma is a common game theory scenario in which two players must choose between acting cooperatively or out of pure self-interest. What a player decides affects not only his own outcome but also that of the other player. "Friend or Foe," a TV game show that has appeared on the cable Game Show Network (GSN), places pairs of contestants…
Descriptors: Game Theory, Trusts (Financial), Television, Teamwork
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Condon, William S. – Journal of Autism and Childhood Schizophrenia, 1975
Twenty-five dysfunctional (either autistic-like or with reading disorders) Ss ranging in age from 2 months to 25 years were studied to determine whether they respond to the same sound more than once. (Author/SB)
Descriptors: Auditory Perception, Auditory Stimuli, Autism, Exceptional Child Research
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Hamp-Lyons, Liz; Condon, William – College Composition and Communication, 1993
Reviews basic concepts and history of portfolio assessment as a useful means of evaluating student writing. Considers insights gained from the use of portfolio assessment. Questions five assumptions underlying portfolio assessment and suggests ways of working with portfolios that take into account new insights and perspectives. (HB)
Descriptors: English Instruction, Higher Education, Portfolios (Background Materials), Writing Evaluation
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Condon, William S.; Sander, Louis W. – Child Development, 1974
Infant reaction to adult speech was studied through frame-by-frame analysis of sound films. Infants' actions were found to be synchronized with the organized speech behavior of the adults in his environment. (ST)
Descriptors: Adults, Behavioral Science Research, Communication (Thought Transfer), Comprehension
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Brown, William R.; Condon, Stephen R. – College Student Journal, 1977
The study was to obtain information on student attitudes in making administrative plans and decisions reciprocal with the needs and beliefs of students. Results indicated tolerance for private activity, moderate disregard of rules and traditional mores, and rejection of extreme behaviors. Administrative implications were discussed. (Author)
Descriptors: Behavior Patterns, College Students, Drug Abuse, Higher Education
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