EDU431: Test Development & Evaluation Notes (pdf)
As teachers become more familiar with data-driven education, they make decisions about what they teach and how they teach based on the information gathered from their students. In other words, teachers first find out what their students know and do not know, and then determine the best way to close the gap. EDU431 Handouts pdf
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Differentiate between Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation, List various uses of assessment, Explain various uses of assessment data, Distinguish mandates of examination bodies in Pakistan by purpose, mandate and structure, Explains components of curriculum 2006, and Understand the curriculum development process in Pakistan, Review curriculum document considering different steps and processes of curriculum development, Understand and differentiate among cognitive levels of Educational Objectives of Blooms Taxonomy, Comprehend and differentiate among different levels of affective domain Educational Objectives of Blooms Taxonomy, Clarify and differentiate among different levels of the psychomotor domain of Blooms Taxonomy,
Design instructional outcomes for a particular lesson, Be aware of assessment subject in general; purpose and scope, Understand and write specific objectives to achieve after the instruction of a particular lesson, Understand the purpose of a test like; placement, diagnostic, formative, summative etc., Identify content matter (knowledge, traits, skills etc.) required to be tested, Design a test with high power of discrimination, Differentiate between NRT and CRT with purpose and usage, Know about different types of assessment, Know behavior to be measure, Identify different types of measurement with scope, purpose and utility, Recognize different formats of items with the skill to write them,
Diagnose issues in marking a test, Know the purpose, scope and utility of a test, Prepare a balance test with accordingly weightage to content, Understand different levels of learning and give weightage to all in measurement, Design test items across levels of learning as per type of content, Explain features of a test regarding its usefulness, Understand the utility of a test, Ensure relevance of a test item with content, Ensure relevance of a test item with underlying concept in content, Establish a relationship between assessment and criteria, Know different implications of test results, Understand the concept of reliability in testing, Examine reliability through test-retest method keeping in view threats to this measure,
Determine reliability through equivalent form method considering limitations to this measure, Check reliability through Split half method ensuring rightness of this measure, Find reliability through KR methods with knowing the value of Coefficient Alpha, Check reliability through Interpreter method, Test development, administration and interpretation of results, Recognize different types of written tests, List and identify different types of verbal tests, Know standardized tests; purpose, scope and use Know indicators to be considered during observation, Know portfolio assessment; purpose, scope and use, Prepare performance-based tests, Reflect and get how to know of self-assessment means, Conceptualize mode of peer-assessment in higher education, Understand the concept and can find out difficulty index with interpretation,
Explain the concept and calculate the value with the right understanding of accurate values, Analyses distractors and can interpret those values, Understand classical test theory and weaknesses, Understand GT and its limitations, Understand IRT with its all parameters, Assemble a test as per its naught and measure, Recognize different forms of test with purpose and use, Ensure security for test administration, Evaluate response and assign a score accordingly, Validate key and initiate examining process accordingly, Evaluate the script by the following rubric, Determine the level of accuracy to declare qualifying score accordingly, Review different grading methods and use as per situation and need, Understand ethical consideration in assessment, Explain different means of scoring test and its interpretation,
Know norms in grading, Knowledge of statistics to analyze scores, Convert raw scores into the standard score, Analyses skills pertain by the respondents, Assess the adequacy of norms, Know limitations in interpreting test scores, Understand the meaning, purpose and scope of HSE,
Know the historical background of high stake exams, Understand the use of criterion reference tests in high stake tests, Understand the use of Norm reference tests in high stake tests, Assess issues in high stake examinations, and Explain the needs of students and teachers for high stake tests, Know purpose, mandate and structure of PEC, Know purpose, mandate and structure of BISEs, Know purpose, mandate and structure of NEAS, Know purpose, mandate, and structure of educational assessment centers in provinces, Understand the potentials and limitations of semester system in universities, Understand the potentials and limitations of the annual system in universities. EDU431 Handouts download pdf
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EDU431: Test Development & Evaluation Notes (pdf)
Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation
Measurement is the process by which the attributes or magnitude of an object (both visible and invisible) are measured. The tools used for this purpose may include assessment, checking, checklist, homework, portfolios, project,s, etc. (The process of converting a person’s ability into numbers is a measurement). Measurement can be easily understood if we use the term to measure length and distance because these objects are physically present in their existence so the length can be easily measured by the scale. But in the field of education, our flexibility is not physical and cannot be directly measured e.g. attitude, behavior, success, etc. all of this is abstract, so there is a difficult balance among those who are physically fit.
Evaluation is the process by which information is obtained in relation to a known purpose or goal. Exploring a broad term that includes testing. Testing is a special type of test. Tests are tests that are performed under conditions that are specifically designed to be performed. In other words, all tests are experimental, but not all tests are experimental. It means testing something to improve the quality of teaching and learning to determine what else can be done to improve teaching, learning, and outcomes.
Assessment is the process of conducting quantitative judgment on learning outcomes and targeted behavior, determining quality and level of learning. Assessment is always related to your purpose, aligning your teaching purpose with what students have achieved in the end, and their quality and learning value. EDU431 HANDOUTS
Maximum performance testing determines what a person can do when they do their best. Eg. check students in the area where they show their best performance. The process of this type is about how well each person performs when they are encouraged to get as high a score as possible. This type of test includes Aptitude tests and Success tests.
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