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Introduction of multistage adaptive testing design in PISA 2018 / Kentaro Yamamoto, Hyo Jeong Shin and Lale Khorramdel

Author/Creator:
Yamamoto, Kentaro.
Publication:
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019.
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Government document
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29 pages.
Series:
OECD Education Working Papers ; no.209.
OECD Education Working Papers; no.209
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Summary:
This paper describes and evaluates a multistage adaptive testing (MSAT) design that was implemented for the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 main survey for the major domain of Reading. Through a simulation study, recovery of item-response theory model parameters and measurement precision were examined. The PISA 2018 MSAT design resulted in a parameter recovery as good as the operational benchmark, and measurement precision was improved by 4 to 5% with gains up to 10% at the extreme performance levels.
Contributor:
Shin, Hyo Jeong.
Khorramdel, Lale.
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