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Testing mode, construct validity, and the effects on testing outcomes / Buško, Vesna.

By: Buško, Vesna.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 59-59 str.Other title: Testing mode, construct validity, and the effects on testing outcomes [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | construct validity, test media, measurement equivalence, construct irrelevant variance hrv | construct validity, test media, measurement equivalence, construct irrelevant variance engOnline resources: Elektronička verzija sažetka In: 19. Dani Ramira i Zorana Bujasa, 4th Psychometric Symposium in Honour of Professor Alija Kulenović 22-25.04.2009. ; Zagreb, Hrvatska 19. Dani Ramira i Zorana Bujasa: program i sažeci priopćenja str. 59-59Ljubotina, Damir ; Kamenov, Željka ; Mikac, Una ; Urch, DraženSummary: The paper deals with some aspects of construct validity mainly pertaining to performance-based assessment. The means to identify unique sources of true test score variances will be presented and discussed in the context of psychometric test theory and its particular models, and demonstrated through the structural equation modeling framework. The presentation will focus on prospects of use of information and communication technology in psychological testing practices, pointing also at basic conditions required to facilitate decision-making and bring about desired changes in the assessment. In view of ever-increasing technological advancements the shift in testing mode seems to be inevitable. It may be worth noting that this venture, whenever admitted, is relevant to the extent that it contributes to the major objectives and purposes of the assessment. Having these facts in mind, the present paper aims to outline a range of requirements and challenges related to this major change in the testing mode practices. The reflections on benefits of implementing information technology in the assessment processes and likely obstacles to transition in testing mode practices will be exemplified by recent data from several large-scale testing projects.
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The paper deals with some aspects of construct validity mainly pertaining to performance-based assessment. The means to identify unique sources of true test score variances will be presented and discussed in the context of psychometric test theory and its particular models, and demonstrated through the structural equation modeling framework. The presentation will focus on prospects of use of information and communication technology in psychological testing practices, pointing also at basic conditions required to facilitate decision-making and bring about desired changes in the assessment. In view of ever-increasing technological advancements the shift in testing mode seems to be inevitable. It may be worth noting that this venture, whenever admitted, is relevant to the extent that it contributes to the major objectives and purposes of the assessment. Having these facts in mind, the present paper aims to outline a range of requirements and challenges related to this major change in the testing mode practices. The reflections on benefits of implementing information technology in the assessment processes and likely obstacles to transition in testing mode practices will be exemplified by recent data from several large-scale testing projects.

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