Writing Test Items to Evaluate Higher Order Thinking

 

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Writing Test Items to Evaluate Higher Order Thinking


by Thomas M. Haladyna (Author)

 

Paperback

ISBN: 9780205178759

 

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Here's a book intended to help readers develop better test questions - aimed at measuring their students' or future students' higher level thinking abilities such as writing, reading, mathematical or scientific problem solving, critical thinking, and creative thinking.


Here's a book intended to help readers develop better test questions -- aimed at measuring their students' (or future students') higher level thinking abilities such as writing, reading, mathematical or scientific problem solving, critical thinking, and creative thinking. This book is practical in its approach -- replete with examples -- and focuses on many different question types with the main objective being to select the item type most appropriate for the material being measured. It covers multiple-choice items, designing performance test items, creating and scoring portfolios, and writing survey items. Item-writing templates are provided in each chapter. Preservice and inservice teachers.


 

ISBN 205178758
ISBN13 9780205178759
Publisher Pearson
Format Paperback
Publication date 22/07/1996
Pages 272
Weight (grammes) 426
Published in United States
Height (mm) 232
Width (mm) 177

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I. FOUNDATIONS FOR ITEM WRITING.<
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1. Overview of the Book.<
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2. What We Measure with Test Items.<
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3. Item Formats.<
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II. WRITING TEST ITEMS.<
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4. Multiple-Choice Formats.<
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5A. High-Inference Performance Formats â

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Scoring.<
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6. Low-Inference Performance Formats.<
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7. The Portfolio: Collections of Student Work.<
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8. Affective Survey Formats.<
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III. EVALUATING TEST ITEMS.<
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9. Reviewing Test Items.<
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10. Statistical Analysis of Item Responses.<
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