Chapter-9-10-11

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Measuring Complex Achievement Linn and Gronlund Chapters 9, 10, 11…
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Extras from Chapter 9 When writing an Interpretive Exercise, be sure to select info that is new to the student… (suggestion #3 in the book) See p.221 http:// www.mvk.usace.army.mil/offices/ed/edh/docs
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Extras from Chapter 10… If you can measure something with objective questions, do so. If you want kids to write well, then you need to assess them on it. Essay questions aren’t reliable, they take forever to grade, and are limited in scope. The book says about optional questions…
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Chapter 10 cont… Look at the rubrics in the book… (p.242 ff) Now for their suggestions (my take….) Restrict the questions Make an outline of the answer Do all the questions one at a time
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Unformatted text preview: Don’t look at the student’s name More from 10… Advantages of essays: Can measure complex outcomes Integrates higher order thinking (Bloom) Easy to write Disadvantages: Reliability Time Little Content Extras from Chapter 11… Student Teaching is a Performance Based Assessment Scoring Rubrics and Rating Scales p.262 Interview Forms for TEP admittance Likert Scale (lykert scale) Checklists Student participating in the process Chapter 11 cont… Errors Personal Bias Generosity Error – too easy Central Tendency Error – everyone’s in the middle Severity Error – too hard Halo Effect...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course PSYC 442 taught by Professor Billestes during the Fall '11 term at Lee.

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