Foreword ATC21STM Volume 2; Patrick Griffin.- PART 1: Project Method Overview.- 1. The ATC21S Method; Patrick Griffin and Esther Care.- PART 2: Collaborative Conceptual Framework.- 2. A Framework for Teachable Collaborative Problem Solving Skills; Friedrich Hesse, Esther Care, Juergen Buder, Kai Sassenberg and Patrick Griffin.- 3. Assessment of Learning in Digital Networks; Mark Wilson and Kathleen Scalise.- PART 3: Technical Aspects of Collaborative Problem Solving Assessments.- 4. Collaborative Problem Solving Tasks; Esther Care, Patrick Griffin, Claire Scoular, Nafisa Awwal and Nathan Zoanetti.- 5. Platforms for Delivery of Collaborative Tasks; Nafisa Awwal, Patrick Griffin and Sam Scalise.- 6. Automatic Coding Procedures; Ray Adams, Alvin Vista, Claire Scoular, Nafisa Awwal, Patrick Griffin and Esther Care.- 7. Task Characteristics and Calibration; Patrick Griffin, Esther Care and Susan-Marie Harding.- PART 4: Participating Countries in the Field Work.- 8. Australia in the Context of the ATC21S Project; Esther Care, Claire Scoular and Myvan Bui.- 9. Student and Teacher Responses Across Collaborative Problem Solving and Learning in Networks in Singapore; Chew Leng Poon, Sean Tan, Horn Mun Cheah, Pik Yen Lim, and Hui Leng Ng.- 10. Introducing Assessment Tools for 21st Century Skills in Finland; Arto K. Ahonen and Marja Kankaanranta.- 11. Case Study on the Implementation of ATC21S in the United States; Kathy Comfort.- 12. The Adaptation and Contextualization of ATC21S by Costa Rica; Maria Eugenia Bujanda and Elsie Campos.- 13. ATC21S Trials of Collaborative Problem Solving Tasks in the Netherlands; Diederik Schoenau.- PART 5: Implementation at Classroom and System Levels.- 14. Linking Developmental Progressions to Teaching; Kerry Woods, Roz Mountain and Patrick Griffin.- 15. Policy Pathways for 21st Century Skills; Frank Adamson and Linda Darling-Hammond.
"This highly valuable volume is a solid foundation from which we can develop international tests-since its authors and advisers have leading roles in international assessments ... . It is an excellent book that will probably better serve researchers and even school administrators. The principles and applications it guides us through will be of great use to many and will certainly serve as food for thought for many audiences of educational stakeholders all over the world." (Jesus Garcia Laborda, British Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 46 (4), 2015)