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Can We Learn From Student Mistakes in a Formative, Reading Comprehension Assessment? Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Bowen Liu, Patrick C. Kennedy, Ben Seipel, Sarah E. Carlson, Gina Biancarosa, Mark L. Davison
  • Published Date: Aug 29, 2019

Abstract This article describes an ongoing project to develop a formative, inferential reading comprehension assessment of causal story comprehension. It has three features to enhance classroom use:...

Classroom Assessment and Large‐Scale Psychometrics: Shall the Twain Meet? (A Conversation With Margaret Heritage and Neal Kingston) Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Margaret Heritage, Neal M. Kingston
  • Published Date: Aug 29, 2019

Abstract Classroom assessment and large‐scale assessment have, for the most part, existed in mutual isolation. Some experts have felt this is for the best and others have been concerned that the...

Examining the Dual Purpose Use of Student Learning Objectives for Classroom Assessment and Teacher Evaluation Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Derek C. Briggs, Rajendra Chattergoon, Amy Burkhardt
  • Published Date: Aug 29, 2019

Abstract The process of setting and evaluating student learning objectives (SLOs) has become increasingly popular as an example where classroom assessment is intended to fulfill the dual purpose use...

Assessing and Validating Effects of a Data‐Based Decision‐Making Intervention on Student Growth for Mathematics and Spelling Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Jean‐Paul Fox, Trynke Keuning, Marieke Geel, Adrie Visscher
  • Published Date: Sep 02, 2019

Abstract Data‐based decision making (DBDM) is presumed to improve student performance in elementary schools in all subjects. The majority of studies in which DBDM effects have been evaluated have...

Bayesian Extension of Biweight and Huber Weight for Robust Ability Estimation Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Hotaka Maeda, Bo Zhang
  • Published Date: Sep 03, 2019

Abstract When a response pattern does not fit a selected measurement model, one may resort to robust ability estimation. Two popular robust methods are biweight and Huber weight. So far, research on...

Item Calibration Methods With Multiple Subscale Multistage Testing Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Chun Wang, Ping Chen, Shengyu Jiang
  • Published Date: Sep 04, 2019

Abstract Many large‐scale educational surveys have moved from linear form design to multistage testing (MST) design. One advantage of MST is that it can provide more accurate latent trait (θ)...

Classification Consistency and Accuracy With Atypical Score Distributions Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Stella Y. Kim, Won‐Chan Lee
  • Published Date: Sep 05, 2019

Abstract The current study aims to evaluate the performance of three non‐IRT procedures (i.e., normal approximation, Livingston‐Lewis, and compound multinomial) for estimating classification indices...

A Comparison of Aggregation Rules for Selecting Anchor Items in Multigroup DIF Analysis Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Thorben Huelmann, Rudolf Debelak, Carolin Strobl
  • Published Date: Sep 05, 2019

Abstract This study addresses the topic of how anchoring methods for differential item functioning (DIF) analysis can be used in multigroup scenarios. The direct approach would be to combine anchoring...

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