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In the second section, the historical study of Criterion-Referenced Testing (CRT) leads to an in-depth exploration of assessment consistency, as well as a discussion of the advances made, since the 1970s, of Standard Setting methods.
Criterion-Referenced Testing and Measurement: A Review of Technical Issues and Developments.
By providing these two elements--that of consistent corrective feedback that is immediately available during practice with the material, and real-life examples or models to learn from--students are better able to comprehend, apply, and extend the knowledge of norm-referenced and criterion-referenced testing distinctions to their everyday environments.
Baker, 1974, Popham, 1974), but it is worth noting that several tended to use performance tasks and the assessment of skills as illustrative examples when addressing the measurement issues involved in criterion-referenced testing (e.
This book describes the type of differentiation in instruction certain students require and shows, step-by-step, how to implement the best teaching methods, reading and literacy instruction, criterion-referenced testing, peer-assisted learning strategies, and more.