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study of modified-Guttman and IRT-based level scoring procedures for Work Keys assessments

E. Matthew Schulz

study of modified-Guttman and IRT-based level scoring procedures for Work Keys assessments

by E. Matthew Schulz

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Published by ACT, Inc. in Iowa City, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Examinations -- Scoring -- Evaluation,
  • Item response theory

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE. Matthew Schulz, Michael J. Kolen, W. Alan Nicewander.
    SeriesACT research report series -- 97-7.
    ContributionsKolen, Michael J., Nicewander, W. Alan., American College Testing Program.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 53 p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17519586M
    OCLC/WorldCa38968708

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Study of modified-Guttman and IRT-based level scoring procedures for Work Keys assessments by E. Matthew Schulz Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Study of Modified-Guttman and IRT-based Level Scoring Procedures for Work Keys Assessments 1. Introduction The goal of this study was to evaluate, and possibly improve upon, a modified Guttman procedure for assigning examinees to levels when each level File Size: 1MB.

A Study of Modified-Guttman and IRT-Based Level Scoring Procedures for Work Keys Assessments. This paper compares modified Guttman and item response theory (IRT) based procedures for classifying examinees in ordered levels when each level is represented by several multiple choice test items.

In the modified Guttman procedure, within-level number correct scores are mapped to binary level mastery : E. Matthew Schulz, Michael J. Kolen, W. Alan Nicewander.

Study of modified-Guttman and IRT-based level scoring procedures for Work Keys assessments. Iowa City, Iowa: ACT, Inc., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. This paper compares modified Guttman and item response theory (IRT) based procedures for classifying examinees in ordered levels when each level is represented Skip to main content This.

both level scoring procedures for the Work Keys assessment with samples of approximately 2, examinees for three forms of both the reading and mathematics assessments. In comparison to the modified Guttman procedure, IRT-based number correct level scores. A study of modified-Guttman and IRT-based level scoring procedures for Work Keys assessments (ACT Research Report ).

Iowa City, IA: ACT, Inc. Google ScholarCited by:   Guttman patterns of mastery could be inferred from level scores. The new scoring procedure was found to have higher reliability, higher classification consistency, and lower classification error, when compared to two Guttman scoring by: Book Editor(s): Janet A.

Harkness. Search for more papers by this author. Michael Braun. Search for more papers by this author. Brad Edwards. Search for more papers by this author. Timothy P. Because the computational burden for procedures estimating the CSEM directly from individual scale scores is relatively high, as are sample size requirements for the IRT-based direct procedure.

The procedures are applied using test data from ACT's Work Keys Writing Assessment to demonstrate their usefulness. Two polytomous IRT models were compared, as were two different procedures for. The scoring system can be used to order studies by total score, and to report the score for each study within the assessment.

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Each reading level is defined by the unique skills/strategies (standards) a reader must control in order to successfully handle text at that level. This is quite different than leveling systems which use the average number of words in a sentence, an average frequency score.

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It covers the /5(10). Abstract: This study investigates the use of screening assessments within the increasingly popular Response to Interven - tion (RTI) framework, specifically seeking to collect concurrent validity evidence on one potential new screening tool, the Inde - pendent Reading Level File Size: KB.Effects of Different Training and Scoring Approaches on Human Constructed Response Scoring Introduction Human scoring of constructed response items is commonly accepted in large-scale assessment programs.

In fact, the use of constructed response items has especially proliferated in statewide assessments .Scoring the CUNY Assessment Test in Writing. Your score on the CATW will be determined based upon your written response to a reading passage.

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