Journal of Educational Measurement (JEM)

JEM is edited by Jimmy de la Torre and published by Wiley-Blackwell . See the Statement of Editorial Policy and Manuscript Submission Guidelines for more information.

The Journal of Educational Measurement (JEM) is a quarterly journal that publishes original measurement research, reports on new measurement instruments, provides reviews of measurement publications, and reports on innovative measurement applications. The topics addressed will interest those concerned with the practice of measurement in field settings as well as be of interest to measurement theorists. In addition to presenting new contributions to measurement theory and practice, JEM also serves as a vehicle for improving educational measurement applications in a variety of settings.

Journal of Educational Measurement Call For Papers

Special Issue of JEM: Classroom Assessment - Submissions due by November 30, 2017

The Journal of Educational Measurement (JEM) is planning a special issue featuring work on the topic of Classroom Assessment. Special Issue editor, Mark Wilson, is dedicating the issue to highlight exemplars of important scholarship in the area of assessment in the context of the classroom, broadly writ, and also accounts of innovative applications of educational measurement research in the classroom.

Paper are sought that present new approaches to all aspects of measurement, ranging from construct development, to assessment and outcome space development, to methods of data analysis, and validity studies. In addition, critical reviews of current theory and practice, tutorial presentations of less well known approaches, and novel applications of better known approaches will be considered. Papers discussing techniques without specific educational interest will have lower priority.

Based on peer review, eight to ten of the most competitive will be published in this JEM special issue.

Articles should conform to the JEM manuscript submission guidelines. Authors should indicate in their cover letter that they are submitting to this special issue. Submissions will be refereed according to standard procedures for JEM.

Submissions received by November 30, 2017, will be considered, but earlier submission is appreciated. Papers for the special issue should be submitted directly through the ScholarOne system: Please ensure that you select Special Issue as the article type.

Special issue editor:
Professor Mark Wilson
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720 USA


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