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ERIC Number: EJ156060
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Comparative Validities of Traditional Item-Selection and Item-Sampling Procedures in Evaluation of Student and Class Progress Toward Course Objectives in Freshman Psychology
Rothrock, Julia E.; Michael, William B.
Educational and Psychological Measurement, 36, 4, 925-32, Win 76
Tests constructed through item-sampling (where several tests are constructed and randomly assigned to testees) were compared to a traditional constant-item procedure for evaluating student and class progress in a community college freshman psychology class. The item-sampling approach did not appear to be superior. (JKS)
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