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Discrete Choice Modeling in Education: An Innovative Method to Assess Teaching Practices Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Vasilis Grammatikopoulos, Athanasios Gregoriadis, Michalis Linardakis
  • Published Date: May 07, 2019

Abstract Self‐reported measures are an easy, time‐efficient, and low‐cost way to collect research data compared to other assessment methods. They are, however, characterized by several limitations...

The Effects of Inattentive Responding on Construct Validity Evidence When Measuring Social–Emotional Learning Competencies Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Jeffrey T. Steedle, Maxwell Hong, Ying Cheng
  • Published Date: May 07, 2019

Abstract Self‐report inventories are commonly administered to measure social‐emotional learning competencies related to college and career readiness. Inattentive responding can negatively impact the...

Characterizing and Diagnosing Complex Professional Competencies—An Example of Intrapreneurship Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Ann Cathrice George, Sandra Bley, James Pellegrino
  • Published Date: May 21, 2019

Abstract We describe an approach to characterizing and diagnosing complex professional competencies (CPCs) for the field of Intrapreneurship, i.e. activities of an entrepreneurial nature engaged by...

An Evaluative Framework for Reviewing Fairness Standards and Practices in Educational Tests Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Jessica L. Jonson, Pamela Trantham, Betty Jean Usher‐Tate
  • Published Date: May 21, 2019

Abstract One of the substantive changes in the 2014 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing was the elevation of fairness in testing as a foundational element of practice in addition to...

Can Item Response Times Provide Insight Into Students’ Motivation and Self‐Efficacy in Math? An Initial Application of Test Metadata to Understand Students’ Social–Emotional Needs Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: James Soland
  • Published Date: May 22, 2019

Abstract As computer‐based tests become more common, there is a growing wealth of metadata related to examinees’ response processes, which include solution strategies, concentration, and operating...

Discussion Early View

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Jianqing Fan, Wenyang Zhang
  • Published Date: Nov 23, 2014

Assessing Variability of Complex Descriptive Statistics in Monte Carlo Studies Using Resampling Methods Early View

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Dennis D. Boos, Jason A. Osborne
  • Published Date: Dec 03, 2014

Summary Good statistical practice dictates that summaries in Monte Carlo studies should always be accompanied by standard errors. Those standard errors are easy to provide...

Methods for Scalar‐on‐Function Regression Early View

  • Journal: International Statistical Review
  • Authors: Philip T. Reiss, Jeff Goldsmith, Han Lin Shang, R. Todd Ogden
  • Published Date: Feb 23, 2016

Summary Recent years have seen an explosion of activity in the field of functional data analysis (FDA), in which curves, spectra, images and so on are considered as...

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