Transforming schooling through digital disruption : Big data, policy teaching and assessment

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Lingard, Bob, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Heck, Elizabeth. (2021). Transforming schooling through digital disruption : Big data, policy teaching and assessment. In In Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Lingard, Bob and Heck, Elizabeth (Ed.). Digital disruption in teaching and testing : Assessments, big data, and the transformation of schooling pp. 1-44 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003045793-1
AuthorsLingard, Bob, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Heck, Elizabeth
EditorsWyatt-Smith, Claire, Lingard, Bob and Heck, Elizabeth
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The chapter adopts a cross-disciplinary approach, drawing on three sets of literature, education policy and governance, assessment and testing, and the impact of the digital on how learning occurs. Utilizing a “socio-technical education data imaginary” we proffer ideas and challenges regarding possibilities for more productive and educative uses of digital technologies, data, and the affordances of both. The chapter explores the broader backdrop of digital disruption in education and relevant research literatures. This includes consideration of the changing policy and practice contexts and the rapidly evolving terrain of educational assessment. The authors discuss the impact of digital disruption on assessment and testing, including a focus on computer adaptive testing and new immersive forms. The place of edu-businesses and philanthropists in relation to these matters is also considered. Following this, we address digital disruption in and through big data, including the work of algorithms; digital disruption and its impact on teaching; and the need for new forms of teacher digital and data literacies. This leads into an overview of the chapters and provocations in the collection. Overall, the collection provides a catalyst for examining the place of digital disruption at a critical juncture of human history and the emerging transformation of schooling, teaching, testing, and learning. The authors note that we are at the very beginning of addressing profound educative, ethical, legal, privacy, and technical complexities, along with aporias of human+data interactions in general, in education, and in machine learning in particular.

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Year2021
Book titleDigital disruption in teaching and testing : Assessments, big data, and the transformation of schooling
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Designing next-generation assessment : priorities and enablers
Kimber, Kim and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2014). Designing next-generation assessment : priorities and enablers. In In C Wyatt-Smith, V Klenowski and P Colbert (Ed.). Designing Assessment for Quality Learning. The Enabling Power of Assessment pp. 357 - 371 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-5902-2
The activation, appropriation and practices of student-equity policy in Australian higher education
Peacock, David, Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob. (2014). The activation, appropriation and practices of student-equity policy in Australian higher education. Journal of Education Policy. 29(3), pp. 377 - 396. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680939.2013.839829
Elements of better assessment for the improvement of learning : a focus on quality, professional judgment and social moderation
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Klenowski, Valentina. (2014). Elements of better assessment for the improvement of learning : a focus on quality, professional judgment and social moderation. In In C Wyatt-Smith, V Klenowski and P Colbert (Ed.). Assessment for Learning Improvement and Accountability pp. 195 - 210 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-5902-2
Assessment understood as enabling: A time to rebalance improvement and accountability goals
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree, Klenowski, Valentina and Colbert, Peta Jane. (2014). Assessment understood as enabling: A time to rebalance improvement and accountability goals. In In C Wyatt-Smith, V Klenowski and P Colbert (Ed.). Designing Assessment for Quality Learning. The Enabling Power of Assessment pp. 1 - 20 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-5902-2
Re-articulating social justice as equity in schooling policy: The effects of testing and data infrastructures
Lingard, Bob, Sellar, Sam and Savage, Glenn C.. (2014). Re-articulating social justice as equity in schooling policy: The effects of testing and data infrastructures. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 35(5), pp. 710 - 730. https://doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2014.919846
Gendering in gender research in education: Methodological considerations
Martino, Wayne, Rezai-Rashti, Goli and Lingard, Bob. (2013). Gendering in gender research in education: Methodological considerations. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 26(4), pp. 391 - 399. https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2013.765616
Looking East: Shanghai, PISA 2009 and the reconstitution of reference societies in the global education policy field
Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob. (2013). Looking East: Shanghai, PISA 2009 and the reconstitution of reference societies in the global education policy field. Comparative Education. 49(4), pp. 464 - 485. https://doi.org/10.1080/03050068.2013.770943
The OECD and global governance in education
Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob. (2013). The OECD and global governance in education. Journal of Education Policy. 28(5), pp. 710 - 725. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680939.2013.779791
The enabling power of assessment for Learning Improvement and Accountability
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Klenowski, Val, Colbert, Peta and Colbert, Peta. (2013). The enabling power of assessment for Learning Improvement and Accountability Springer.
Ethical issues in cross-cultural research
Honan, Eileen, Hamid, Obaidul M., Bandar, Alhamdam, Phommalangsy, Phouvanh and Lingard, Bob. (2013). Ethical issues in cross-cultural research. International Journal of Research and Method in Education. 36(4), pp. 386 - 399. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743727X.2012.705275
Globalization, edu-business and network governance: The policy sociology of Stephen J. Ball and rethinking education policy analysis
Lingard, Bob and Sellar, Sam. (2013). Globalization, edu-business and network governance: The policy sociology of Stephen J. Ball and rethinking education policy analysis. London Review of Education. 11(3), pp. 265 - 280. https://doi.org/10.1080/14748460.2013.840986
'Catalyst data': Perverse systemic effects of audit and accountability in Australian schooling
Lingard, Bob and Sellar, Sam. (2013). 'Catalyst data': Perverse systemic effects of audit and accountability in Australian schooling. Journal of Education Policy. 28(5), pp. 634 - 656. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680939.2012.758815
Redistribution, recognition and representation: Working against pedagogies of indifference
Lingard, Bob and Keddie, Amanda. (2013). Redistribution, recognition and representation: Working against pedagogies of indifference. Pedagogy Culture and Society. 21(3), pp. 427 - 447. https://doi.org/10.1080/14681366.2013.809373
Reframing literacy for a screen-based age: A case for digital mindsets
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Kimber, Kay. (2013). Reframing literacy for a screen-based age: A case for digital mindsets. In In C. A. Stone, E. R. Silliman and B. J. Ehren & G. P. Wallach (Ed.). Handbook of language and literacy pp. 127 - 144 Guilford Publications.
Explicit, latent and meta-criteria: Types of criteria at play in professional judgement practice
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Klenowski, Val. (2013). Explicit, latent and meta-criteria: Types of criteria at play in professional judgement practice. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice. 20(1), pp. 35 - 52. https://doi.org/10.1080/0969594X.2012.725030
The impact of research on education policy in an era of evidence-based policy
Lingard, Bob. (2013). The impact of research on education policy in an era of evidence-based policy. Critical Studies in Education. 54(2), pp. 113 - 131. https://doi.org/10.1080/17508487.2013.781515
Managing oppositional masculinity politics: The gendering of a government-commissioned research project
Lingard, Bob, Martino, Wayne and Mills, Martin. (2013). Managing oppositional masculinity politics: The gendering of a government-commissioned research project. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 26(4), pp. 434 - 454. https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2013.765614
Languages, cultural capital and school choice: Distinction and second-language immersion programmes
Smala, Simone, Paz, Jesus Bergas and Lingard, Bob. (2013). Languages, cultural capital and school choice: Distinction and second-language immersion programmes. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 34(3), pp. 373 - 391. https://doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2012.722278
Towards an understanding of teacher judgement in the context of social moderation
Adie, Lenore, Klenowski, V and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2012). Towards an understanding of teacher judgement in the context of social moderation. Educational Review. 64(2), pp. 223 - 240. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131911.2011.598919
Engaged and disengaged Year 5 readers in low SES Australian schools :differences in personal cognitions, perceived classroom and family reading practices
Ng, Clarence, Bartlett, Brendan John, Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Wyvill, Janet. (2012). Engaged and disengaged Year 5 readers in low SES Australian schools :differences in personal cognitions, perceived classroom and family reading practices. Canada International Education Conference. Canada: 2012 Canada International Conference on Education (CICE). pp. 36 - 41
Enacting policy, curriculum and teacher conceptualisations of multimodal literacy and english in assessment and accountability
Cumming, Joy, Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2012). Enacting policy, curriculum and teacher conceptualisations of multimodal literacy and english in assessment and accountability. English in Australia. 47(1), pp. 9 - 18.
The mental health patient in the pre-hospital emergency care setting
Shaban, Ramon, Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Cumming, Joy. (2012). The mental health patient in the pre-hospital emergency care setting. In In R Townsend and M Luck (Ed.). pp. 225 - 249 Elsevier.
The impact of high stakes testing: the Australian story
Klenowski, V and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2012). The impact of high stakes testing: the Australian story. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice. 19(1), pp. 65 - 79. https://doi.org/10.1080/0969594X.2011.592972
A systems-level approach to building sustainable assessment cultures: Moderation, quality task design and dependability of judgement
Colbert, Peta Jane, Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Klenowski, Val. (2012). A systems-level approach to building sustainable assessment cultures: Moderation, quality task design and dependability of judgement. Policy Futures in Education. https://doi.org/10.2304/pfie.2012.10.4.386
Moderation and consistency of teacher judgement: Teachers' views
Connolly, S, Klenowski, V and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2012). Moderation and consistency of teacher judgement: Teachers' views. British Educational Research Journal. https://doi.org/10.1080/01411926.2011.569006
Evaluation of the Literacy - Key to Learning: Framework for Action 2006-2009
Johnson, Greer, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Colbert, Peta and Klieve, Helen Margaret. (2011). Evaluation of the Literacy - Key to Learning: Framework for Action 2006-2009 Griffith University.
Theoretical Frameworks and Ways of Seeing: Operating at the Intersection - Literacy, Numeracy and Learning Difficulties
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Elkins, John. (2011). Theoretical Frameworks and Ways of Seeing: Operating at the Intersection - Literacy, Numeracy and Learning Difficulties. In In C Wyatt-Smith, J Elkins and S Gunn (Ed.). pp. 1 - 15 Springer.
Evaluation of the Literacy Leadership and Sustainable Whole-School Approaches Pilot
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Johnson, Greer and Colbert, Peta. (2011). Evaluation of the Literacy Leadership and Sustainable Whole-School Approaches Pilot Griffith University.
Historic Australian conceptualisations of English, literacy and multimodality in policy and curriculum and conflicts with educational accountability
Cumming, Joy, Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2011). Historic Australian conceptualisations of English, literacy and multimodality in policy and curriculum and conflicts with educational accountability. English in Australia. 46(3), pp. 42 - 53.
Learning Difficulties, Literacy and Numeracy: Conversations Across the Fields
Gunn, Stephanie and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2011). Learning Difficulties, Literacy and Numeracy: Conversations Across the Fields. In In C Wyatt-Smith, J Elkins and S Gunn (Ed.). pp. 17 - 48 Springer.
Breaking Down the Silos: The Search for the Evidentiary Base
Elkins, John and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2011). Breaking Down the Silos: The Search for the Evidentiary Base. In In C Wyatt-Smith, J Elkins and S Gunn (Ed.). pp. 349 - 357 Springer.
Standards, teacher judgement and moderation in contexts of national curriculum and assessment reform
Klenowski, Val and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2010). Standards, teacher judgement and moderation in contexts of national curriculum and assessment reform. Assessment Matters. 2, pp. 107 - 131.
Standards-driven reform years 1-10: Moderation an optional extra?
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Klenowski, Val. (2010). Standards-driven reform years 1-10: Moderation an optional extra? The Australian Educational Researcher. 37(2), pp. 21 - 39.
Student assessment and digital futures: how shall we know them?
Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2010). Student assessment and digital futures: how shall we know them? In Developing a Networked School Community: a guide to realising the vision pp. 259 - 275 ACER Press.
Assessment
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree, Cumming, Joy, Elkins, John and Colbert, Peta Jane. (2010). Assessment. In In D Pendergast and N Nahr (Ed.). Teaching middle years: Rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment pp. 319 - 344 Allen & Unwin.
The centrality of teachers' judgement practice in assessment: A study of standards in moderation
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree, Klenowski, Val and Gunn, Stephanie. (2010). The centrality of teachers' judgement practice in assessment: A study of standards in moderation. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice. 17(1), pp. 59 - 75. https://doi.org/10.1080/09695940903565610
Role and purpose of standards in the context of national curriculum and assessment reform for accountability, improvement and equity in student learning
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Klenowski, Valentina. (2010). Role and purpose of standards in the context of national curriculum and assessment reform for accountability, improvement and equity in student learning. Curriculum Perspectives. 30(3), pp. 37 - 47.
Secondary students' online use and creation of knowledge: refocusing priorities for quality assessment and learning
Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2010). Secondary students' online use and creation of knowledge: refocusing priorities for quality assessment and learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. 26(5), pp. 607 - 625. https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.1054
Working multimodally: Challenges for assessment
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Kimber, K.. (2009). Working multimodally: Challenges for assessment. English Teaching: Practice and Critique.
Towards theorising assessment as critical inquiry
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Gunn, Stephanie. (2009). Towards theorising assessment as critical inquiry. In In R. D. Hoge, N. G. Guerra and P. Boxer (Ed.). Educational assessment in the 21st century: Connecting theory and practice pp. 83 - 103 Springer.
Framing assessment today for the future: Issues and challenges
Cumming, Joy and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2009). Framing assessment today for the future: Issues and challenges. In In C. H. Ng and P. Renshaw (Ed.). Educational assessment in the 21st century: Connecting theory and practice pp. 1 - 16 Springer.
Valued knowledges AND core capacities FOR digital learners: Claiming spaces FOR quality assessment
Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2009). Valued knowledges AND core capacities FOR digital learners: Claiming spaces FOR quality assessment. In Assessing New Literacies: Perspectives From the Classroom pp. 133 - 155 Peter Lang Publishing.
Educational Assessment in the 21st Century: Connecting Theory and Practice
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (2009). Educational Assessment in the 21st Century: Connecting Theory and Practice Springer.
Designing professional learning for effecting change: Partnerships for local and system networks
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree, Bridges, S., Hedemann, M. and Neville, M.. (2008). Designing professional learning for effecting change: Partnerships for local and system networks. The Australian Educational Researcher.
Assessing digital literacies: Can assessment ever be the same?
Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2008). Assessing digital literacies: Can assessment ever be the same? In New Literacies and the English Curriculum pp. 328 - 352 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Multimodal reading and comprehension in online environments
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Elkins, John. (2008). Multimodal reading and comprehension in online environments. In Handbook of Research on New Literacies pp. 899 - 940 Lawrence Erlbaum Associates inc..
Standards as central to improvement
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2008). Standards as central to improvement. EQ Australia. Summer2008(Summer), pp. 11 - 12.
Evaluation of the 2008 trial of the QCAT school-devised assessment model
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Colbert, Peta Jane. (2008). Evaluation of the 2008 trial of the QCAT school-devised assessment model Australia: Griffith University.
Changing the nature of support provision - Students with learning difficulties: Interventions in literacy and numeracy project (InLaN)
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Elkins, John, Colbert, Peta, Gunn, Stephanie and Muspratt, Alexander Walter. (2007). Changing the nature of support provision - Students with learning difficulties: Interventions in literacy and numeracy project (InLaN) Department of Education, Science and Training, Australian Government.
Moderation as judgement practice: Reconciling system level accountability and local level practice
Klenowski, Valentina, Adie, Lenore, Gunn, Stephanie, Looney, Anne, Elwood, Jannette, Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Colbert, Peta Jane. (2007). Moderation as judgement practice: Reconciling system level accountability and local level practice. In P L Jeffery (Ed.). AARE 2007 International Educational Research Conference Papers. Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education. pp. 1 - 29
Assessment as judgment-in-context: Analysing how teachers evaluate students' writing
Cooksey, R. W., Freebody, P. and Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree. (2007). Assessment as judgment-in-context: Analysing how teachers evaluate students' writing. Educational Research and Evaluation.
Evidence-based research for expert literacy teaching. Paper no. 12
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Gunn, Stephanie. (2007). Evidence-based research for expert literacy teaching. Paper no. 12 Australia: Department of education and early childhood development.
Teacher judgment: Building an evidentiary base for quality literacy and numeracy education
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cumming, Joy, Elkins, John and Neville, Mary. (2006). Teacher judgment: Building an evidentiary base for quality literacy and numeracy education Griffith University.
Assessment for learning: An Australian study in middle schooling
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Bridges, Susan M.. (2006). Assessment for learning: An Australian study in middle schooling. 32nd Annual Conference International Association for Educational Assessment. Singapore: pp. 1 - 18
Literacy teaching and learning in Victorian schools
Czislowski-McKenna, Ann T., Cumming, Joy, Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Elkins, John. (2006). Literacy teaching and learning in Victorian schools Australia: Victoria Dept. of Education and Training.
Using and creating knowledge with new technologies: A case for students-as-designers
Kimber, Kay and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2006). Using and creating knowledge with new technologies: A case for students-as-designers. Learning, Media and Technology. 31(1), pp. 19 - 34. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439880500515440
New Research Methodologies for Researching New Literacies
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Castleton, Geraldine and Ryan, Jill. (2005). New Research Methodologies for Researching New Literacies. The International Journal of Learning. 11, pp. 421 - 429.
Valuing and evaluating student-generated online multimodal texts: rethinking what counts
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Kimber, Kay. (2005). Valuing and evaluating student-generated online multimodal texts: rethinking what counts. English in Education. 39(2), pp. 22 - 41. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.2005.tb00615.x
Being serious about improving student outcomes: bringing the issues of quality, standards and teacher judgement to centre stage
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2005). Being serious about improving student outcomes: bringing the issues of quality, standards and teacher judgement to centre stage. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Australia: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University. pp. 25 - 38
Learning difficulties in the Australian context: Policy, research and practice
Woods, Annette, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Elkins, John. (2005). Learning difficulties in the Australian context: Policy, research and practice. Curriculum Perspectives. 25(3), pp. 1 - 14.
Investigating digital curricular literacies: Resolving dilemmas of researching multimodal technologically mediated literacy practices
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Castleton, Geraldine. (2005). Investigating digital curricular literacies: Resolving dilemmas of researching multimodal technologically mediated literacy practices. National Reading Conference. United States of America: National Reading Conference, Inc.. pp. 144 - 156
Redesigning assessment
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cumming, Joy and Elkins, John. (2005). Redesigning assessment. In Teaching middle years: Rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment pp. 271 - 299 Allen & Unwin.
Examining how teachers judge student writing: An Australian case study
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Castleton, Geraldine. (2005). Examining how teachers judge student writing: An Australian case study. Journal of Curriculum Studies. 37(2), pp. 131 - 154. https://doi.org/10.1080/0022027032000242887
The assessment of literacy: Working the zone between 'system' and 'site' validity
Freebody, Peter and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2004). The assessment of literacy: Working the zone between 'system' and 'site' validity. Journal of Educational Enquiry. 5(2), pp. 30 - 49.
Weaving accounts of literacy through the official curriculum: Stitching policy to practice
Fletcher, Margaret, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Bartlett, Brendan and Kearney, Judith. (2004). Weaving accounts of literacy through the official curriculum: Stitching policy to practice. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Australia: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University. pp. 81 - 93
Uncertainty, error and risk in human clinical judgment: Introductory theoretical frameworks in paramedic practice
Shaban, Ramon Z., Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (2004). Uncertainty, error and risk in human clinical judgment: Introductory theoretical frameworks in paramedic practice. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2(1), pp. 1 - 12. https://doi.org/10.33151/ajp.2.1.263
Factors affecting writing achievement: mapping teacher beliefs
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Castleton, Geraldine. (2004). Factors affecting writing achievement: mapping teacher beliefs. English in Education. 38(1), pp. 39 - 63. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.2004.tb00772.x
Key assessment issues for the future
Cumming, Joy and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2004). Key assessment issues for the future. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Australia: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University. pp. 219 - 229
Curriculum Literacies: expanding domains of assessment
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (2003). Curriculum Literacies: expanding domains of assessment. Assessment in Education. 10(1), pp. 47 - 59. https://doi.org/10.1080/0969594032000085749
The nature of teachers' qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience Part One: 'in-context' judgements
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Castleton, Geraldine, Freebody, Peter and Cooksey, Ray W.. (2003). The nature of teachers' qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience Part One: 'in-context' judgements. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 26(2), pp. 11 - 32.
How Students in the Secondary Years Engage With the Literacy Demands of Curricular Online Environments
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Ryan, Jill. (2003). How Students in the Secondary Years Engage With the Literacy Demands of Curricular Online Environments. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Nathan,Queensland Australia: Griffith University. pp. 197 - 209
Comparative achievement of HEFA and FPOS undergraduate students: An Australian case study
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Jolly, Paul David and Pascoe, Joanne. (2003). Comparative achievement of HEFA and FPOS undergraduate students: An Australian case study. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Australia: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University. pp. 185 - 196
Reporting literacy outcomes in middle schooling: exploring what parents say about testing and improvement
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Pascoe, Joanne. (2003). Reporting literacy outcomes in middle schooling: exploring what parents say about testing and improvement. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling. 3(1), pp. 15 - 23.
The nature of teacher's qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience. Part two: 'Out-of-context' judgements
Castleton, Geraldine, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cooksey, Ray W. and Freebody, Peter. (2003). The nature of teacher's qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience. Part two: 'Out-of-context' judgements. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 26(2), pp. 33 - 42.
What counts as quality literacy assessment in middle schooling?
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Campbell, Robert. (2002). What counts as quality literacy assessment in middle schooling? Curriculum Perspectives. 22, pp. 1 - 12.
The Past And Future Of Literacy Training For Teachers: How Well Prepared Are Australian Teachers To Meet The Challenge Of Raising Standards Of English Literacy?
Sim, Cheryl, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Dempster, Neil. (2002). The Past And Future Of Literacy Training For Teachers: How Well Prepared Are Australian Teachers To Meet The Challenge Of Raising Standards Of English Literacy? The Annual Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education. Australia: Australian College of Educators. pp. 1 - 16
The Past and Future of Literacy Training for Teachers: How Well Prepared Are Australian Teachers To Meet The Challenge Of Raising Standards Of English Literacy?
Sim, Cheryl, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Dempster, Neil. (2002). The Past and Future of Literacy Training for Teachers: How Well Prepared Are Australian Teachers To Meet The Challenge Of Raising Standards Of English Literacy? Teacher Education ATEA Forum 2002. Australia: Toowoomba Education Centre. pp. 1 - 10
Moving beyond 'English and literacy' to 'English literacies': Bringing together the study of texts and social practices
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2002). Moving beyond 'English and literacy' to 'English literacies': Bringing together the study of texts and social practices. English in Australia. 134, pp. 57 - 66.
How well prepared are Australian teachers to meet the challenge of raising standards of English literacy?
Sim, Cheryl, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Dempster, Neil. (2002). How well prepared are Australian teachers to meet the challenge of raising standards of English literacy? Unicorn Online Refereed Articles. 22, pp. 1 - 14.
An Australian Proposal for doing Critical Literacy Assessment: The Case of Writing
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Murphy, Judy. (2002). An Australian Proposal for doing Critical Literacy Assessment: The Case of Writing. English in Education. 36(3), pp. 4 - 19. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.2002.tb00763.x
Literacy and the Curriculum: Success in Senior Secondary Schooling
Cumming, Joy and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2001). Literacy and the Curriculum: Success in Senior Secondary Schooling Australian Council for Educational Research.
A multi-theoretical and multi-disciplinary approach to literacy education and curriculum research
Cumming, Joy and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2001). A multi-theoretical and multi-disciplinary approach to literacy education and curriculum research. In Literacy and the Curriculum: Success in Senior Secondary Schooling pp. 2 - 10 Australian Council for Educational Research.
Examining how evaluative talk functions in instructional sequences
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2001). Examining how evaluative talk functions in instructional sequences. In In Cumming, J. and Wyatt-Smith, C. (Ed.). Literacy and the Curriculum: Success in Senior Secondary Schooling pp. 117 - 130 Australian Council for Educational Research.
What English Counts as Writing Assessment? An Australian Move to Mainstream Critical Literacy
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Murphy, Judy. (2001). What English Counts as Writing Assessment? An Australian Move to Mainstream Critical Literacy. English in Education. 35(1), pp. 12 - 31. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.2001.tb00731.x
The English Literacy Interface in Senior school: debates in Queensland
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2000). The English Literacy Interface in Senior school: debates in Queensland. English in Australia. 127, pp. 71 - 79.
Examining the Literacy-Curriculum Relationship
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (2000). Examining the Literacy-Curriculum Relationship. Linguistics and Education. 11(4), pp. 295 - 312. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0898-5898(00)00028-0
The literacy demands of assessment practices in post-compulsory schooling
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (2000). The literacy demands of assessment practices in post-compulsory schooling. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 8(1), pp. 21 - 32.
Exploring the relationship between large-scale literacy testing programs and classroom-based assessment: A focus on teachers accounts
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2000). Exploring the relationship between large-scale literacy testing programs and classroom-based assessment: A focus on teachers accounts. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 23(2), pp. 109 - 127.
Im/proper accountability: Towards a theory of critical literacy and assessment
Morgan, Wendy and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (2000). Im/proper accountability: Towards a theory of critical literacy and assessment. Assessment in Education. 7(1), pp. 123 - 142. https://doi.org/10.1080/713613326
Teacher indexes in year 5 writing performance
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Pascoe, Joanne. (2000). Teacher indexes in year 5 writing performance. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 8(2), pp. 23 - 33.
The framing of Teacher Response to Student writing
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1999). The framing of Teacher Response to Student writing. In In B. Doecke (Ed.). Responding to students' writing: Continuing Conversations pp. 271 - 285 Australian Association for the Teaching of English.
Reading for Assessment: How teachers ascribe meaning and value to student writing
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1999). Reading for Assessment: How teachers ascribe meaning and value to student writing. Assessment in Education. 6(2), pp. 195 - 223. https://doi.org/10.1080/09695949992874
Examining the Literacy Demands of the Enacted Curriculum
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (1999). Examining the Literacy Demands of the Enacted Curriculum. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 7(2), pp. 19 - 31.
Capturing students' experiences of the enacted curriculum: The concept of curriculum literacies
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cumming, Joy, Ryan, Jill and Doig, Shani. (1999). Capturing students' experiences of the enacted curriculum: The concept of curriculum literacies. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 7(1), pp. 29 - 35.
The Literacy-Curriculum Interface: Literacy Demands of the Curriculum in Post-Compulsory Schooling
Cumming, Joy, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Ryan, Jill and Doig, Shani. (1999). The Literacy-Curriculum Interface: Literacy Demands of the Curriculum in Post-Compulsory Schooling. Issues in Educational Research. 15(1), pp. 133 - 139.
Cultural Compromise? The fate of the eighth Mayer Key Competency
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Dooley, Karen Teresa. (1999). Cultural Compromise? The fate of the eighth Mayer Key Competency. Discourse : Studies in the Cultural politics of education. 20(1), pp. 125 - 139. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1080/0159630990200108
Evolution of Language Education within Official Accounts of Queensland Curriculum
Doig, Shani, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cumming, Joy and Ryan, Jill. (1998). Evolution of Language Education within Official Accounts of Queensland Curriculum. Issues in Educational Research. 14(1), pp. 4 - 44.
Standardised Testing: In Whose Interests?
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1998). Standardised Testing: In Whose Interests? English in Australia. 122, pp. 89-93.
Using the internet to enhance literacy curriculum
Johnson, Greer, Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Garton, James. (1998). Using the internet to enhance literacy curriculum. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 6(2), p. 10.
Interrogating the benchmarks
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1998). Interrogating the benchmarks. English in Australia. 123, pp. 20-28.
Teachers' Roles in Large Scale Literacy Assessment
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Ludwig, Christine. (1998). Teachers' Roles in Large Scale Literacy Assessment. Curriculum Perspectives. 18(3), pp. 1 - 14.
Beyond Reading and Writing
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Cumming, Joy. (1998). Beyond Reading and Writing. EQ Australia. 2, pp. 42 - 44.
Shaping Australian policy on cultural understandings: Alternative approaches to inclusive education
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Dooley, Karen Teresa. (1997). Shaping Australian policy on cultural understandings: Alternative approaches to inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education. 1(3), pp. 267 - 282. https://doi.org/10.1080/1360311970010304
Cultural Understandings as the Eighth Key Competency: Policy and Practice
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Dooley, Karen Teresa, Geoghegan, C, Price, J and Johnson, Greer. (1997). Cultural Understandings as the Eighth Key Competency: Policy and Practice Queensland University of Technology.
Rethinking the Achievement of the Student Writer
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1997). Rethinking the Achievement of the Student Writer. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 20, pp. 183 - 196.
An Intergenerational Approach to Teaching Technology-Based Literacy
Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Johnson, Greer and Garton, James. (1997). An Intergenerational Approach to Teaching Technology-Based Literacy. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 5(2), pp. 53 - 60.
Teaching and Assessing Writing: an Australian Perspective
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1997). Teaching and Assessing Writing: an Australian Perspective. English in Education. 31(3), pp. 8 - 22. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1754-8845.1997.tb00129.x
Academic and Non-academic Difficulties: Perceptions of Graduate Non-English Speaking Background Students
Burke, Ed and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1996). Academic and Non-academic Difficulties: Perceptions of Graduate Non-English Speaking Background Students. TESL-EJ: The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language. 2(1), pp. 1 - 19.
Rethinking Literacies in University Education: Perceptions of Australian Non-English Speaking Background Students
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Burke, Ed. (1996). Rethinking Literacies in University Education: Perceptions of Australian Non-English Speaking Background Students. English in Australia. 115, pp. 43 - 51.
Teachers Reading Practices: the Interplay of Pre-specified Assessment Criteria and other Factors
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1996). Teachers Reading Practices: the Interplay of Pre-specified Assessment Criteria and other Factors. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 4(2), pp. 37 - 44.
Prologue: English in Australia: Context
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Meiers, M. (1996). Prologue: English in Australia: Context. English in Australia. 117, pp. 2 - 4.
Epilogue: English in Australia: Commentary
Meiers, Marion and Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1996). Epilogue: English in Australia: Commentary. English in Australia. 117, pp. 85 - 86.
Implementing the National English Statement and Profile in Qld
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Ludwig, Christine. (1996). Implementing the National English Statement and Profile in Qld. English in Australia. 117, pp. 32 - 43.
Non-English speaking background (NESB) workers literacies: A workplace health and safety issue
Wyatt-Smith, Claire Maree and Castleton, Geraldine. (1995). Non-English speaking background (NESB) workers literacies: A workplace health and safety issue. Open Letter - Australian journal for adult literacy research and practice.
Voices on Voice: Perspectives, Definitions, Inquiry (Book Review)
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1995). Voices on Voice: Perspectives, Definitions, Inquiry (Book Review). English in Australia. (112), pp. 71 - 71.
Managing the Workplace Health and Safety Training of non-English Speaking Workers
Wyatt-Smith, Claire and Castleton, Geraldine. (1995). Managing the Workplace Health and Safety Training of non-English Speaking Workers. An International Conference on Managing Innovation in Vocational Training. South Australia,Australia: National Centre for Vocational Education Research. pp. 1 - 19
Writing Pedagogy and Competing Conceptualisations of Student Achievement
Wyatt-Smith, Claire. (1995). Writing Pedagogy and Competing Conceptualisations of Student Achievement Centre for Literacy Education and Research.