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ERIC Number: ED068501
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 16
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Model for Competency-Based Evaluation.
Young, Jon I.
Some theoretical concerns for competency-based evaluation instruments are discussed, and means of examining these instruments for validity and reliability are presented. The areas of concern include descriptions of the behavior, the level of response, and the nature of the evaluation. Two different types of instruments are examined to determine the validity and reliability of each in directly and indirectly evaluating a process. The first instrument indirectly evaluates an ability to classify four types of questions: memory, convergent, divergent, and evaluative. The data were collected by an objective test with a standard criterion. The second instrument, a rating form, measures microteaching (a process) directly without a standard criterion. The data indicate that these instruments have potential for giving accurate evaluations. (Author/LH)
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