|The Standard for Performance Testing - ASTM E2849|
Many standards exist for testing, among them ISO/IEC 17024, NCCA, The Standards for Educational & Psychological Testing, and the Educational Measurement Editions. However, previously no standard specifically addressed performance testing. This brief presentation will discuss critical issues in E2849 and what the standard requires.
Join us for a webinar on July 14, 2016 at 12:30 PM EDT
Some issues are
How much QA is adequate? When are you done?
What do you have to tell candidates about scoring?
How do you guarantee equivalence of setting?
What are reasonable psychometric measures of reliability?
Can you use performance tests with IRT?
What is your responsibility for practice testing?
How can you give citations for an item when they’re just common practice?
Presented by Dr. Wallace Judd. Dr. Judd has a Ph.D. in Education from Stanford, with a specialization in Computerized Adaptive Testing. In 1989 he developed the first of a series of ten hands-on performance tests for Microsoft applications distributed by McGraw-Hill. Since then he worked on performance tests for Oracle, Kelly Services, Honeywell, Netscape, and the Linux Foundation and is currently president of Authentic Testing, a psychometric and test development consultancy. Wallace served as
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