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Strategic Questioning

Godhino, S & Wilson, J 2004, How to succeed with questioning, Curriculum Corporation, Carlton Sth, Australia.

King, A 1992, ‘Facilitating Elaborative Learning through Guided Student-Generated Questioning’, Educational Psychologist, vol 27, no 1, pp 111–26.

Koechlin, C & Zwaan S 2006, Q Tasks, Pembroke Publishers, Markham, Canada.

Rowe, MB 1974, ‘Wait Time and Rewards as Instructional Variables, their Influence on Language, Logic and Fate Control’, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, vol 11, pp 81–94.

Wiliam, D 1999, ‘Mathematics – Part 1: Rich questioning’, Equals, summer, vol 5, no 2, pp 15-18.

Feedback

Belanger, J, Allingham, P & Bechervaise, N 2004, ‘When Will We Ever Learn?: The case for formative assessment supporting writing development’, English in Australia, vol 141, pp 41–48.

Butler, R 1988, ‘Enhancing and Undermining Intrinsic Motivation: The effects of task-involving and ego-involving evaluation on interest and performance’, British Journal of Educational Psychology, vol 58, pp 1–14.

Clarke, S 2004, Enriching Feedback in the Primary Classroom, Hodder and Stoughton, London, United Kingdom.

Clarke, S 2002, Gillingham Partnership Formative Assessment Project 2000–2001: Interim Report on the Second Term of the Project Oral Feedback and Marking Against Learning Intentions, The Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment, United Kingdom.

Dweck, C 1989, ‘Motivation’, in Foundations for a Psychology of Education, Lesgold, A & Glaser, R (eds), Erlbaum, Hillsdale, United States.

Dweck, C 1999, ‘Caution – Praise can be dangerous’, American Educator, vol 23, no 1, pp 4-9.

Dweck, C 2007, ‘The Perils and Promises of Praise’, Educational Leadership, vol 65, no 2, pp 34-39.

Sadler, R 1998, 'Letting Students into the Secret: Further steps in making criteria and standards work to improve learning’, paper presented at the Annual Conference for State Review Panels and District Review Panel Chairs, Brisbane, Australia.

Peer Feedback

See ‘All strategies’ below. These books provide information about using peer feedback in the classroom.

Self-assessment

Boud, D 1995, Enhancing Learning through Self-Assessment, Routledge, Milton Park, United Kingdom.

Clarke, S 2002, Gillingham Partnership Formative Assessment Project: 2000–2001 Interim Report on the First Term of the Project Communicating Learning Intentions, Developing Success Criteria and Pupil Self-Evaluation, The Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment, United Kingdom.

Wilson, J & Wing Jan L 2004, Self-Assessment for Students, Eleanor Curtain Publishing, South Yarra, Australia.

Formative Use of Summative Assessment

Harlen, W & Deakin Crick, R 2003, ‘Testing and Motivation for Learning’, Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice, vol 10, no 2, pp 169–207.

Black, P, Harrison, C, Lee, C, Marshall, B & Wiliam, D 2003, Assessment for Learning: Putting it into practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp 53-57.

All strategies

Black, P, Harrison, C, Lee, C, Marshall, B & Wiliam, D 2003, Assessment for Learning: Putting it into practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Clarke, S 2005, Formative Assessment in the Secondary Classroom, Hodder Murray, London, United Kingdom.

Clarke, P, Owens, T & Sutton, R  2006, Creating Independent Student Learners, A Practical Guide to Assessment for Learning,  Portage & Main Press, Winnipeg, Canada.

Glasson, T 2008, Improving Student Achievement: A practical guide to assessment for learning, Curriculum Corporation, Carlton Sth, Australia.