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by Fred M. Smith

ePub Constructing and Using Achievement Tests in the Classroom: A Competency Based Text (American University Studies) download
Author:
Fred M. Smith
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978-0820401003
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0820401005
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Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1984)
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Schools & Teaching
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A Competency Based Text. Series: American University Studies. Contents: This text covers the essentials of writing instructional objectives, constructing tests to measure achievement toward those objectives, evaluating the quality of tests, and evaluating student achievement. GO. Table of Contents.

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This text is designed to help pre-service and in-service teachers improve their skills in testing and evaluating student achievement. It may be used as a supplementary text in undergraduate teaching methods classes, or as a guide for in-service workshops and teacher improvement projects. Sufficient background is provided to enable teachers to understand why tests should be constructed and used in certain ways. The major chapters, however, focus on writing instructional objectives, writing test items, evaluating tests, and evaluating pupil achievement. The format of the text is designed to make it easy to use - even self instructing. It illustrates the teaching proce- dure of utilizing well written objectives, followed by text and learning exercises specific to each.