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Interpreting Assessment Data [electronic resource] : Statistical Techniques You Can Use

Author/Creator:
Christmann, Edwin P.
Publication:
Arlington : National Science Teachers Association, 2008.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (202 p.)
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Subjects:
Educational tests and measurements -- Statistics.
Students -- Rating of -- Statistical methods.
Academic achievement -- Statistics.
Local subjects:
Academic achievement -- Statistics. (search)
Educational tests and measurements -- Statistics. (search)
Study and teaching -- Activity programs. (search)
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Are you properly evaluating the results of the tests you give to students? Can you explain the difference between classroom assessment and standardized assessment? Are you on solid ground with your grading system? Demystify-and even use-statistics to answer these important questions and more in this clear, easy-to-use text for preservice and classroom science teachers and methods professors.
Contents:
About This Book; About the Authors; Ch 1-How Assessmentand Testing Developed; Ch 2-Scales and Number Distributions; Ch 3-Central Tendency and Variability; Ch 4-Standard Scores; Ch 5-Correlation; Ch 6-Validity; Ch 7-Reliability; CH 8-Grading; Appendix; Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Badgett, John L.
ISBN:
1-935155-79-2
OCLC:
735592598