Principles of Educational and Psychological Measurement and Evaluation
Wadsworth Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1980 - Educational tests and measurements - 688 pages
This edition continues Sax's tradition of comprehensive and comprehensible coverage of testing and measurement principles while including the most recent theory and research.
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Chapter objectives 4 Early use of measurement 5
surement instruments 19 Summary 27 Suggested read
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ability achievement tests administered aptitude tests attitudes average behavior Bloom's taxonomy central tendency chapter choices CLASSROOM TEST CONSTRUCTION completion content validity correlation criteria criterion criterion-referenced criterion-referenced tests determine developed difficulty level discriminate distribution EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY effects essay questions essay tests examination example figure Funky Winkerbean intelligence tests Interpreting Measurements item analysis knowledge learning mean MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION METHODS OF CLASSROOM multiple-choice items negative norm-referenced tests norms number of items number of students Observational Error obtained options percent percentile performance persons placement points predict predictive validity predictor PRINCIPLES AND METHODS procedures Psychological raters ratings reading relationship reliability require responded correctly responses sample scales selected skills social sociogram sociometric specific standard deviation standard scores standardized tests stanines subtests Summarizing and Interpreting task taxonomy teachers test items test scores Thurstone scales tion traits true variance true-false variability variance writing