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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Contents:||Part I Statistical Interpretation of Test/Exam Results --
1 On Average: How good are they? --
2 On Percentage: How much are there? --
3 On Standard Deviation: How different are they? --
4 On Difference: Is that big enough? --
5 On Correlation: What is between them? --
6 On Regression: How much does it depend? --
7 On Multiple Regression: What is the future? --
8 On Ranking: Who is the fairest of them all? --
9 On Association: Are they independent? --
Part II Measurement Involving Statistics --
10 On Measurement Error: How much can we trust test scores? --
11 On Grades and Marks: How not to get confused? --
12 On Tests: How well do they serve? --
13 On Items: How effective are the items? --
14 On Reliability: Are the scores stable? --
15 On Validity: Are the scores relevant? --
16 On Consequences: What happens to students, teachers, and curriculum? --
17 On Above-Level Testing: What's right and wrong with it? --
18 On Fairness: Are your tests and exams fair?.
|Series Title:||Springer texts in education.|
- Educational tests and measurements -- Evaluation.
- EDUCATION / Administration / General
- EDUCATION / Organizations & Institutions
- Assessment, Testing and Evaluation.
- Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law.
- Teaching and Teacher Education.