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C 152 Assessment 4

Referencing the Standard

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What must one have in order to make an evaluation? one must have something to which a performance or a measure can be compared
If a reference is absent is there a way to interpret the measurement of data, know when a score is good, etc...? No, a reference is necessary to interpret
When one interprets a score by comparing it to the scores of others who also participated this is known as: norm-referenced assessment
The "norm" is... what is typical of the group
What kind of issues makes classroom norm-referencing difficult to defend? when groups are small and when individual performance is at issue
What situation lends itself to norm-referenced assessment? when there are fewer openings than applicants
When one interprets the score by comparing it to a pre-established standard the assessment is... criterion-referenced
What type of reference assessment is preferred in the classroom? criterion-referenced is preferred if a criterion can be determined
What are easy to state, but usually difficult yo defend? criteria (or standards)
Created by: Neukay