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In Press
Lehrer, R., Kim, M., Ayers, E., & Wilson, M.. (In Press). Toward establishing a learning progression to support the development of statistical reasoning. In J. Confrey & Maloney, A. (Eds.), Learning over Time: Learning Trajectories in Mathematics Education. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
2013
Lehrer, R., Kim, M., Ayers, E., & Wilson, M.. (2013). Toward establishing a learning progression to support the development of statistical reasoning. Learning over time: learning trajectories in mathematics education. Charlotte: Information Age Publishers.
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2012
Adams, R. J., Wu, M. L., & Wilson, M.. (2012). The Rasch rating model and the disordered threshold controversy. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 72, 547–573.
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2007
Anderson, C. W., Alonzo, A. C., Smith, C., & Wilson, M.. (2007). NAEP Pilot Learning Progression Framework. Report to the National Assessment Governing Board.
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Anderson, C. W., Alonzo, A. C., Smith, C., & Wilson, M.. (2007). NAEP Pilot Learning Progression Framework. Report to the National Assessment Governing Board.
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2006
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Allen, D. (2006, April). Using item response modeling methods to develop theory related to human performance. Presented at the International Objective Measurement Workshop, Berkeley, CA.
1996
Wilson, M., & Adams, R. J.. (1996). Evaluating progress with alternative assessments: A model for Chapter 1. In M. B. Kane (Ed.), Implementing performance assessment: Promise, problems and challenges. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Adams, R. J., & Wilson, M.. (1996, April). Multilevel modeling of complex item responses in multiple dimensions: Why bother?. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
1992
Wilson, M., & Adams, R. J.. (1992, June). Evaluating progress with alternative assessments: A model for Chapter 1. Presented at the Invited address to the conference on Curriculum and Assessment Reform. Boulder, CO.