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  1. In this article, the authors first indicate the range of purposes and the variety of settings in which design experiments have been conducted and then delineate five crosscutting features that collectively differentiate design experiments from other…
  2. ABSTRACT This article is a review of the literature on classroom formative assessment. Several studies show firm evidence that innovations designed to strengthen the frequent feedback that students receive about their learning yield substantial…
  3. This article advances a simple conception of test validity: A test is valid for measuring an attribute if (a) the attribute exists and (b) variations in the attribute causally produce variation in the measurement outcomes. This conception is shown…
  4. There are two currentiJ' popular statistical frameworks for addressing measurement problems such as test development, test-score equating, and the identification of biased test items: classical test theory and item response theory (lRT). In this…
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  8. Generalizability theory offers an extensive conceptual framework and a powerful set of statistical procedures for addressing numerous measurement issues. In a sense, generalizability theory liberalizes classical theory by employing analysis of…
  9. This text was written to help the reader acquire a base of knowledge about classical psychometrics and to integrate new ideas into that framework of knowledge. The material is organized into five units: (1) introduction to measurement theory; (2)…

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