Multiple Perspectives On Computer Adaptive Testing for K-12 Assessments

 
Sunday, June 20, 2010: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Nicolet (Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center)
Presentations
  • CCSSO.slides.CAT.symposium.2010Nicewander.ppt (1.6 MB)
  • CAT_Perspectives_way.ppt (152.5 kB)
  • Multiple Perspectives on Computer Adaptive Testing for K-12 cversionFINALHarmon.ppt (3.2 MB)
  • Content Strands:
    1. Measurement, Research and Evaluation
    2. Content and Curriculum
    This session discusses considerations in choosing, preparing, establishing, and maintaining a computer adaptive testing (CAT) system from multiple perspectives. These include a state’s plan and vision, technical considerations regarding content coverage and measurement precision in interim and summative assessments, and an experience of running a CAT program, followed by policy implications. Finally, how states can use CAT will be discussed.
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