CRT Development. Item specifications and analysis. Considerations for CRTs. Unlike NRTs, individual CRT items are not ‘expendable’ because they have been written to assess specific areas of interest
Item specifications and analysis
Popham, W. J. (1984). Specifying the domain of content or behaviors. In R. A. Berk (Ed.), A guide to criterion-referenced test construction (pp. 29-48). Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
(Popham, 1984, p. 31)
(Davidson & Lynch, 2002)
(Brown, 1996, p. 78)
Individual as well as group gains can be measured
Can give diagnostic information about progress and program
Potential for test effectPre-instruction / post-instruction
Berk, R. A. (1984). Conducting the item analysis. In R. A. Berk (Ed.), A guide to criterion-referenced test construction (pp. 97-143). Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
(Berk, 1984, p. 125)
(Berk, 1984, p. 127)