Call for Papers for Journal of Applied Measurement and Assessment

Dr. Seval Kula-Kartal (Editor)
Pamukkale University, Turkiye

To develop classroom assessment activities and applications requires more interaction between researchers and practitioners. The main motivation behind publishing JAMA is to fill the gap between theory and practice in classroom assessment. We are asking teachers and researchers to contribute to JAMA by addressing important concepts of classroom assessment, discussing current classroom assessment problems by providing new and creative perspectives and guiding both theory and practice by sharing good assessment practices. The topics we are interested in including, but are not limited to:

- Theoretical framework of formative assessment
- Formative assessment practices
- Classroom measurement and assessment practices that contribute to students' cognitive, intrapersonal and interpersonal skills
- Use of items that require higher order thinking to improve student success
- Use of rubrics in monitoring student success
- Use of metacognition-based approaches in determining student success
- Examples and outcomes of the performance task and portfolio use in measurement and assessment practices
- Contribution of findings obtained from large-scale assessment practices to the classroom decision making processes
- Development of measurement tools that contribute to classroom measurement and assessment

We look forward to your submissions and welcome you sharing this announcement with interested colleagues, students and practitioners.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the

All submissions will undergo double blinded peer-review.

For questions please contact:

Dr. Seval Kula Kartal, Pamukkale University, sevalk [at]
Dr. N. Tugce Özyeter, Kocaeli University, neslihan.ozyeter [at]

For technical support contact,

Dr. Eren Can Aybek, Pamukkale University   erencan [at]