Making Sense of the Data from Complex Assessments
Applied Measurement in Education Volume 15, Number 4, ISSN 0895-7347
Presents a design framework that incorporates integrated structures for modeling knowledge and skills, designing tasks, and extracting and synthesizing evidence. Illustrates these ideas in the context of a project that assesses problem solving in dental hygiene through computer-based simulations. (SLD)
Mislevy, R.J., Steinberg, L.S., Breyer, F.J., Almond, R.G. & Johnson, L. (2002). Making Sense of the Data from Complex Assessments. Applied Measurement in Education, 15(4), 363.
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