This course is designed to advance teachers’ understandings of the philosophies and practices of educational measurement as they apply to diverse student assessment data (specifically data collection and analysis). Students will demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics of quality assessment with regard to the reliability and validity of such measures with special emphasis on existing student diversity. Students will also demonstrate the skills and understanding needed to design and construct their own assessments and interpret the results of these assessments as well as those made by others.
Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00
|Data to Meet Needs of Diverse||Rebecca Gault, Ph.D.||Distance||E01||No syllabus available|
|Data to Meet Needs of Diverse||Rebecca Gault, Ph.D.||Distance||E02||No syllabus available|
|Data to Meet Needs of Diverse||Rebecca Gault, Ph.D.||Distance||E03||No syllabus available|
|Data to Meet Needs of Diverse||Cliff Chestnutt, Ph.D.||Distance||E04||No syllabus available|