2 edition of Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: test sensitivity. found in the catalog.
Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: test sensitivity.
Dan Gilbert Ozenne
by PROBE, Center for the Study of Evaluation, UCLA Graduate School of Education in Los Angeles
Written in English
|Series||CSE report ;, no. 72|
|Contributions||California. University. University at Los Angeles. Program for Research on Objectives-Based Evaluation.|
|LC Classifications||LB1131 .C2553 no. 72, LB1131 .C2553 no. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||72610684|
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Criterion-Referenced Measures: Test Sensitivity. INSTITUTION. California Univ., Los Angeles. Center for the Study. of Evaluation. SPONS AGENCY Office of Education (HEW), Washington, D.C.
REPORT NO. CSE-R PUB DATE. Oct CONTRACT OEC NOTE. 96p. EDRS PRICE MF-$ HC-$ A criterion-referenced test is one that provides for translating test scores. 'Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: test sensitivity' -- subject(s): Criterion Ozenne, DG Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: Test sensitivity Los Angeles, Cal University of California, Center for the Study of Evaluation (Report No.
CSE-R)(EDRS No. ED ) Google Scholar Ozenne, DG Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: Test sensitivity Los Angeles UCLA Graduate School of Education, Center for the Study of Education Report No. 72(ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED ) Google Scholar Dan Gilbert Ozenne has written: 'Toward an evaluative methodology for criterion-referenced measures: test sensitivity' -- subject(s): Criterion referenced tests, Psychological tests Criterion is necessary for replicability because Exact replication Empirical replication Conceptual replication; 1: Kind of qualitative method: The particular qualitative methodology used in the study (e.g., action research, case study, grounded theory) (Creswell, ; Flick, ; Patton, ) CRITERION-REFERENCED ITEM AND TEST ANALYSIS Popham and Husek's () paper is a second milestone in the history of criterion-referenced measurement.
It goes beyond Glaser's paper in that it adds a distinction in item and test analysis to norm-referenced and criterionreferenced Haladyna, T., & Roid, G. The role of instructional sensitivity in the empirical review of criterion-referenced test items.
Journal of Educational Measurement,18, 39– CrossRef Google Scholar are several methods for computing test reliability including test-retest reliability, parallel forms reliability, decision consistency, internal consistency, and interrater reliability.
For many criterion-referenced tests decision consistency is often an appropriate choice. Fairness The fairness of an exam refers to its freedom from any kind Chapter 4: Research methodology and design Research Paradigm According to TerreBlanche and Durrheim (), the research process has three major dimensions: ontology1, epistemology2 and methodology 3.
According to them a research paradigm is an all-encompassing system of interrelated practice and 4_Research methodology and Test sensitivity then is a prerequisite for what is commonly conceived as the instructional sensitivity of a test, which typically refers to the proportion of Naumann et al.
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Sensitivity and specificity define a test reasonably well, but its performance in a specific patient is affected by the characteristics of the population from which the patient is drawn.
A physician normally wants to know whether an individual patient has cancer and whether the tumor is Basic Ingredients: Organization and Program(s) You Need An Organization: This may seem too obvious to discuss, but before an organization embarks on evaluating a program, it should have well established means to conduct itself as an organization, e.g., (in the case of a nonprofit) the board should be in good working order, the organization should be staffed and organized to conduct activities This manuscript discusses ways prevention researchers can increase the sensitivity to change of measures in small sample studies.
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Annual Review of Political Science, 5: – Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat ——and Snidal, D. Rational deterrence theory and comparative case studies. World Politics, Livingston () adapted classical test theory for criterion-referenced testing by reconceptualizing variance not as deviation of scores about the mean but as deviations about the criterion score.
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In the application of criterion-referenced strategy for program evaluation, a program objective is developed and specified as clearly as possible, then measures are devised to assess the degree to which