Constructing achievement tests. Norman Edward Gronlund. Prentice-Hall, - Education - pages. 1 User Review - Flag as inappropriate. it is most prominent and ever demanding book on each and every library shelf. Contents. PLANNING THE TEST. CONSTRUCTING OBJECTIVE TESTS OF KNOWLEDGE. The Use of the SingleItem Format. 61 Reviews: 1. Constructing Achievement Tests, 2nd Edition | Norman E. Gronlund | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Constructing achievement tests. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ralph W Tyler. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprints form the Educational Research bulletin.". Constructing Achievement Tests by Norman E. Gronlund and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the four main steps of standardized test construction. These steps and procedures help us to produce a valid, reliable and objective standardized test. The four main steps are: 1. Planning the Test 2. Preparing the Test 3. Try Out the Test 4. Evaluating the Test. Step # 1. Planning [ ]. Abstract. It has become almost a tradition to consider as the only necessary equipment for one engaged in educational measurement some ingenuity in translating subject-matter content into short-answer forms of questions and familiarity with the statistical methods of computing central tendencies, percentiles, the standard deviation, and the coefficient of correlation. ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Childs, Ruth Axman Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Tests Measurement and Evaluation Washington DC., American Institutes for Research Washington DC. Constructing Classroom Achievement Tests. ERIC Digest. Achievement tests are well suited to provide educators with objective feedback as to how much students are learning and. The nature of the test determines the extent to which the estimate of achievement is reproducible (aka reliable or generalizable) and accurate (valid). If the test questions are not adequately representa-tive of the broader domain of interest (e.g., a test of competence in .
computer technology on test construction and utilization. Such a discussion may determine whether rec- ommendations made 20 years ago regarding the use of achievement tests have been or will continue to need to be addressed. Historical Development of Achievement Tests The standardized objective achievement test. Constructing achievement tests, Norman E. Gronlund, Prentice‐Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, , pp., $ Reviewed by Dr. George W. Cossman, science. As achievement is the competence of a person in relation to a domain of knowledge An Achievement Test is a test of knowledge or proficiency based on something learned or taught. The purpose of an achievement test is to determine student’s knowledge in a particular subject area. Characteristics of Good Measurement Instruments. Types of test and classification 4. Characteristics of test 5. Preparation of achievement test 6. Methodology of Test Construction 7 Test Planning stages Item Development Item.