Don A. Klinger
Don A. Klinger
Pro Vice-Chancellor | Professor Assessment and Measurement, The University of Waikato
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Hierarchical linear modelling of student and school effects on academic achievement
X Ma, DA Klinger
Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'education, 41-55, 2000
4482000
Assessment literacy development: Identifying gaps in teacher candidates’ learning
C DeLuca, DA Klinger
Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice 17 (4), 419-438, 2010
3442010
Relationships among school climate, school safety, and student achievement and well‐being: a review of the literature
B Kutsyuruba, DA Klinger, A Hussain
Review of Education 3 (2), 103-135, 2015
1942015
Influence of motivation, self-beliefs, and instructional practices on science achievement of adolescents in Canada
S Areepattamannil, JG Freeman, DA Klinger
Social Psychology of Education 14 (2), 233-259, 2011
1792011
The evolving culture of large-scale assessments in Canadian education
D Klinger
Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 2008
1662008
Intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, and academic achievement among Indian adolescents in Canada and India
S Areepattamannil, JG Freeman, DA Klinger
Social Psychology of Education 14 (3), 427-439, 2011
1502011
The personnel evaluation standards: How to assess systems for evaluating educators
BB Gullicksen, A., & Howard
Corwin, 2009
132*2009
School differences in adolescent health and wellbeing: Findings from the Canadian Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Study
H Saab, D Klinger
Social science & medicine 70 (6), 850-858, 2010
1302010
The health of Canada's young people: A mental health focus
JG Freeman, MA King, W Pickett, W Craig, F Elgar, I Janssen, D Klinger
Public Health Agency of Canada, 2011
982011
Early identification of at-risk L2 readers
S MacCoubrey, L Wade-Woolley, D Klinger, J Kirby
Canadian Modern Language Review 61 (1), 11-29, 2004
962004
Chinese graduate students at North American universities: Learning challenges and coping strategies
J Huang, D Klinger
Comparative and International Education 35 (2), 2006
822006
Using statistical and judgmental reviews to identify and interpret translation differential item functioning
M Gierl, WT Rogers, DA Klinger
Alberta Journal of Educational Research 45 (4), 1999
811999
Collaborative inquiry as a professional learning structure for educators: A scoping review
C DeLuca, J Shulha, U Luhanga, LM Shulha, TM Christou, DA Klinger
Professional development in education 41 (4), 640-670, 2015
762015
The challenges of the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test for second language students
L Cheng, DA Klinger, Y Zheng
Language Testing 24 (2), 185-208, 2007
722007
Motivation and test anxiety in test performance across three testing contexts: The CAEL, CET, and GEPT
L Cheng, D Klinger, J Fox, C Doe, Y Jin, J Wu
Tesol Quarterly 48 (2), 300-330, 2014
672014
Assessment for learning in the classroom: Barriers to implementation and possibilities for teacher professional learning
C DeLuca, K Luu, Y Sun, DA Klinger
Assessment Matters 4, 5-29, 2012
672012
Contextual and school factors associated with achievement on a high-stakes examination
DA Klinger, WT Rogers, JO Anderson, C Poth, R Calman
Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'Úducation, 771-797, 2006
672006
The relationship of schools to emotional health and bullying
JG Freeman, O Samdal, DA Klinger, W Dur, R Griebler, D Currie, ...
International journal of public health 54 (2), 251-259, 2009
662009
Cross-national trends in perceived school pressure by gender and age from 1994 to 2010
DA Klinger, JG Freeman, L Bilz, K Liiv, D Ramelow, SS Sebok, O Samdal, ...
The European Journal of Public Health 25 (suppl_2), 51-56, 2015
522015
Psychometric properties of the multiple mini-interview used for medical admissions: findings from generalizability and Rasch analyses
SS Sebok, K Luu, DA Klinger
Advances in health sciences education 19 (1), 71-84, 2014
492014
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