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Violations of ignorability in computerized adaptive testing

Cees A. W. Glas

Violations of ignorability in computerized adaptive testing

by Cees A. W. Glas

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Published by Law School Admission Council in Newtown, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer adaptive testing

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCees A.W. Glas.
    SeriesLSAC research report series, Law School Admission Council computerized testing report -- 04-04., Computerized testing report (Law School Admission Council) -- 04-04.
    ContributionsLaw School Admission Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3060.32.C65 G527 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 10 p. ;
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16359257M
    OCLC/WorldCa76290864

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TY - BOOK. T1 - Violations of ignorability in computerized adaptive testing. AU - Glas, Cornelis A.W. PY - /9. Y1 - /9. N2 - Using auxiliary information and allowing item review in computerized adaptive testing produces a violation of the ignorability principle for missing data (Rubin, ) that may bias parameter estimates in IRT models.

Computerized adaptive testing (CAT) is a form of computer-based test that adapts to the examinee's ability level. For this reason, it has also been called tailored other words, it is a form of computer-administered test in which the next item or set of items selected to be administered depends on the correctness of the test taker's responses to the most recent.

Computerized Adaptive Testing: Theory and Practice [van der Linden, Wim J., Glas, Cees A.W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Computerized Adaptive Testing: Theory and 4/5(1). Computer-adaptive tests are designed to adjust their level of difficulty—based on the responses provided—to match the knowledge and ability of a test taker.

If a student gives a wrong answer, the computer follows up with an easier question; if the student answers correctly, the next question will be more difficult.

International Association for Computerized Adaptive Testing. 91 likes. IACAT is dedicated to the improvement of assessment through adaptive ers: An Introduction to Computerized Adaptive Testing Nathan A.

Thompson, Ph.D. Adjunct Faculty, University of Cincinnati Vice President, Assessment Systems CorporationFile Size: KB.

This book contains most of what you need to understand how computerized adaptive tests (CAT) do what they do. It is a good complement to the seminal book on Item Response Theory (IRT) by Wainer's colleague, Frederic Lord (Applications of Item Response Theory to Cited by: A complete list of CAT research has the term "computer-adaptive" used in titles only 43 times - "computerized adaptive" is used approximately times.

And it's impossible to argue with a 'sample' of that size. Computerized adaptive testing became the accepted terminology when Reckase's use of "tailored testing" died out. This celebrated primer presents an introduction to all of the key ingredients in understanding computerized adaptive testing technology, test development, statistics, and mental test theory.

Based on years of research, this accessible book educates the novice and serves as a compendium of state-of-t. Adaptive testing relies on Item Response Theory (IRT) and modern computer technology which can adapt the test as the candidate completes it.

IRT has long been used to identify ambiguous items (where stronger candidates so less well on an item) however it is now being used to adapt the test in as the candidate is sitting it using real time scoring.

Computerized adaptive testing: implementation issues Computerized test systems reveal new testing opportunities. One of them is book [11].

One of. The book can be used both as a basic reference on the state of the art in CAT and a valuable resource in graduate courses on test theory. The theoretical chapters in this book cover such topics as item selection and ability estimation, item pool development and maintenance, item calibration and model fit, and testlet-based adaptive testing.

Computerized Adaptive Testing with R: Recent Updates of the Package catR: Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to list the recent updates of the R package catR. This package allows for generating response patterns under a computerized adaptive testing (CAT) framework with underlying item response theory (IRT) by: This process is called computerized of adaptive testing (CAT).

To use CAT, we must first calibrate a bank of test items using an item response theory (IRT) model that relates properties of the test items (eg, their difficulty and discrimination) to the ability (or other trait) of the examinee.

The paradigm shift is that rather than Cited by: invariance of test factorial structure across different grades, academic terms and states. Recently, computerized adaptive testing (CAT) has been seen as a particularly effective method of measuring an individual student’s status and growth over time in K assessment (Way, Twing, Camara, Sweeney, Lazer, & Mazzeo, ).

The. Proceedings of the Computerized Adaptive Testing Conference Weiss, David J. (University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology, ) Research Reports,Specific topics include virtual communities of practice in higher education, onsite and online students' and professors' perceptions of ICT use in higher education, social tagging systems, e-learning with wikis and discussion forums, and implementation of server-based computerized adaptive testing on mobile devices.

“Adaptive testing is really beneficial and can pinpoint a student’s learning level more closely,” says Gerri Marshall, the supervisor of. Computerized adaptive tests (CATs) make it possible to estimate the ability of each student during the testing process. The computer presents items to students at the appropriate level, and students take different versions of the same test.

Practical Questions in Introducing Computerized Adaptive Testing for K Assessments Introduction In many states, using the computer to deliver standards-based assessments is becoming increasingly attractive to departments of education, legislators, and File Size: KB.An Introduction to the Computerized Adaptive Testing mistakes.

Gershon () suggests that the first item, and perhaps all items, should be a little on the easy side, giving the candidate a feeling of accomplishment, but in a situation of Size: 99KB.Computerized Adaptive Testing. is CAT? Adaptive testing means that the sequence of test questions presented to each student and the questions themselves will vary because they are based on responses to prior test questions.

The same examinee taking the same test twice in succession will almost always receive different questions.