AERA 2009 Rasch-related Papers

American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, April 13-17, 2009

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Mon, Apr 13 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm - Omni San Diego, Gaslamp 1

Item Response Theory: Parametric and Nonparametric Models and Methods

An Extension of the MIRID Model for Polytomous Responses and Random Effects. Yongsang Lee, University of California - Berkeley; Mark R. Wilson, University of California - Berkeley

An Investigation of Cross-Classification Multilevel IRT Models. Paul T Ricci, University of Pittsburgh; Feifei Ye, University of Pittsburgh

Mon, Apr 13 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm - San Diego Convention Center, Room 5A

Methodology and Instrumentation for Mathematics Education Research

Using Mixture Rasch Models to Assess Middle Grades Teachers' Capacities to Reason About Arithmetic With Rational Numbers. Andrew G. Izsak, San Diego State University; Chandra H. Orrill, University of Georgia; Allan S. Cohen, University of Georgia; Rachael Eriksen Brown, University of Georgia

Examining Psychometric Properties of the Child Observation Record Using Rasch Analyses. Elena Malofeeva, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation; Zongping Xiang, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation; Marijata C. Daniel-Echols, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation

Mon, Apr 13 - 4:05pm - 4:45pm - San Diego Convention Center, Ballroom 6A

New Perspectives and Interventions in Literacy Instruction, Part 1

Fifth-Grade Reading Comprehension: An IRT Examination of Difficulty. Deni L Basaraba, University of Oregon; Julie Alonzo, University of Oregon; Gerald A. Tindal, University of Oregon

Mon, Apr 13 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Marriott Hall Salon 3

Interesting Applications of Statistical and Psychometric Methods: Structured Poster Session

Efficient Common-Item Equating: Considering Spread of Item Difficulty. Anthony Daniel Albano, University of Minnesota

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tue, Apr 14 - 8:15am - 10:15am Building/Room: Omni San Diego / Gallery 3A

Rasch Issues of Dimensionality, Scaling, and Fit

Chair: Joy L. Matthews-Lopez, Prometric

Discussants: Leah Lyn Walker, University of California - Berkeley; Seock-Ho Kim, University of Georgia

A Comparison of Global Fit Indices as Indicators of Multidimensionality in Multidimensional Rasch Analysis. Leigh M. Harrell, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Edward W. Wolfe, Pearson

Effect of Ignoring Hierarchical Data Structures on Accuracy of Vertical Scaling: A Mixed-Effects Rasch Model Approach. Shudong Wang, ETS; Hong Jiao, University of Maryland; Ying Jin, American Institutes for Research

Measurement of Self-Authorship: A Validity Study Using Multidimensional Random Coefficients Multinomial Logit Model. Jessica Yue, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Elizabeth G. Creamer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Edward W. Wolfe, Pearson

Strand-Based and Process-Based Multidimensionality and Rater Effects in Validation of the Carbon Cycle Learning Progression. Jinnie Choi, University of California - Berkeley; Yongsang Lee, University of California - Berkeley; Karen L. Draney, University of California - Berkeley

The Effects of Linking Procedure on the Scale Score. Brad Ching-Chao Wu, Pearson VUE; Huijuan Meng, Pearson VUE

Tue, Apr 14 - 10:35am - 11:15am - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Marriott Hall Salon 4

Division K: Teachers and Teacher Education, Session 18

An Exploratory Analysis of California Teaching Performance Assessment Task 3: An Application of the Rasch Measurement Model. Joseph Jesunathadas, California State University - San Bernardino

Tue, Apr 14 - 10:35am - 12:05pm - Omni San Diego, Gaslamp 2

New Dimensions in Early Literacy

A Rasch Analysis of Difficulty of Words in First-Grade Basal Readers for Preschool ELL and Monolingual English Speakers. Rebecca Deffes Silverman, University of Maryland - College Park; Cynthia B. Leung, University of South Florida; Ratna Nandakumar, University of Delaware

Tue, Apr 14 - 10:35am - 12:05pm - Omni San Diego, Gaslamp 3

Research in Adolescent and Adult Writing

Prominent Features in Writing Assessment and Implications for Instruction. Sherry Seale Swain, National Writing Project; Ricard L. Graves, Auburn University; David T. Morse, Mississippi State University

Tue, Apr 14 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm - Omni San Diego, Salon E

Equating and Scaling Issues

The Robustness of Rasch Preequating to Violations of Model Assumptions. Garron Gianopulos, University of South Florida

Tue, Apr 14 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Irvine

Evaluation of Faculty Surveys and Students' Testing Experiences

Evaluating and Restructuring a New Faculty Survey: Measuring Perceptions Related to Research, Service, and Teaching. Kelly D. Bradley, University of Kentucky; Linda Worley, University of Kentucky; Jessica D. Cunningham, University of Kentucky; Jeffery P. Bieber, University of Kentucky

Tue, Apr 14 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm - Omni San Diego, Salon E

Computer Adaptive Testing Solutions

Using CAT to Achieve Comparability With a Paper Test. Tony D. Thompson, Pearson; Walter D. Way, Pearson

Tue, Apr 14 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm Building/Room: Omni San Diego / Balboa 1

Studies on Rasch Conditions and Applications

Chair: Nathaniel J. S. Brown, Indiana University - Bloomington

Discussants: Christian E. Mueller, The University of Memphis; G. Gage Kingsbury, Northwest Education Association

Analyzing Two-Tier Items With User-Defined Fit Statistics. Hak Ping Tam, National Taiwan Normal University; Margaret Li-min Wu, University of Melbourne

Calibration Methods Comparison With Rasch Model. Zhiming Yang, Pearson; Shudong Wang, ETS

Comparing Difficulty Estimates Using Operational CAT and Pilot Data. Timothy Joseph Muckle, AANA; James S. Masters, Pearson VUE / UNCG; Brian D. Bontempo, Mountain Measurement, Inc.

Evaluating Body of Work Judgments of Standard-Setting Panelists. Jade Caines, Emory University; George Engelhard, Emory University

On the Viability and Value of Invariant Reference Standards for Test- and Survey-Based Measures. William P. Fisher, Avatar International LLC

Tue, Apr 14 - 6:15pm - 7:45pm Building/Room: Omni San Diego / Gaslamp 1

Rasch Measurement SIG Business Meeting

Classical, IRT, and MIRT: A Primer on Test Equating. Mark H. Moulton, Educational Data Systems

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wed, Apr 15 - 9:05am - 9:45am - San Diego Convention Center, Ballroom 6A

Validation Studies of a Measure of Academic Resilience and the Big Five Personality Inventory

Fulfilling the Promise of Educational Research: Lessons From Plato and Aristotle. William P. Fisher, Avatar International LLC

Wed, Apr 15 - 10:35am - 11:15am - San Diego Convention Center, Ballroom 6A

Statistical Investigations of Multivariate Statistical Methods, Paper Discussion

Evaluation of Gibbs Sampling and Maximum Likelihood Methods Under the One-Parameter Logistic Model. Seock-Ho Kim, University of Georgia; Sukwoo Kim, Pusan National University; Daeyong Lee, Pusan National University

Wed, Apr 15 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm - Manchester Grand Hyatt, Madeleine Room B

Teachers' and Students' Physical Science Perspectives

Can Assessment of Student Conceptions of Force Be Enhanced Through Linguistic Simplification? A Rasch Model Common Person Equating of the FCI and the SFCI. Sharon E. Osborn Popp, Arizona State University; Jane C. Jackson, Arizona State University

Wed, Apr 15 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm - San Diego Convention Center, Sails Pavilion

Advances in Motivation Research Poster Session

Understanding Self-Efficacy for Self-Regulated Learning in Mathematics: A Mixed Rasch Modeling Approach. Ellen L. Usher, University of Kentucky; Jennifer Randall, University of Massachusetts

Wed, Apr 15 - 1:15pm - 1:55pm - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Marriott Hall Salon 4

Spirituality and Education: Roundtable Discussions

Mindfulness Practice in a University Classroom: A Kaleidoscope of Interdisciplinary Benefits. Sharon G. Solloway, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Wed, Apr 15 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Pacific

Collecting and Analyzing Survey Data

Constructing an Accurate Picture of Responses: A Comparison of Survey Results Through Measurement and Statistical Lenses. Jessica D. Cunningham, University of Kentucky; Kelly D. Bradley, University of Kentucky

Wed, Apr 15 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - San Diego Convention Center, Room 26B.

A joint-SIG social (Rasch SIG with other quantitative SIGs)

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Thu, Apr 16 - 8:15am - 10:15am Building/Room: Omni San Diego / Gallery 3A

Rasch Modeling for Cognitive Assessment

Chair: William P. Fisher, Avatar International LLC

Discussants: Brent M. Duckor, San Jose State University; Mary Garner, Kennesaw State University

Cognitive Assessment in Mathematics With the Least Squares Distance Method. Lin Ma, University of Denver; Emre Cetin, Hacettepe University; Kathy E. Green, University of Denver

Conjunctive and Disjunctive Extensions of the Least Squares Distance Method, LSDM. for Cognitive Diagnosis. Dimiter M. Dimitrov, George Mason University; Dimitar V. Atanasov, New Bulgarian University - Bulgaria

Coordinating Data Modeling Constructs. Leah Lyn Walker, University of California - Berkeley; Robert Andrew Schwartz, University of California - Berkeley; David Torres Irribarra, University of California - Berkeley; Amy Dray, University of California; Mark R. Wilson, University of California - Berkeley

Performance of the Least Squares Distance Method, LSDM on Arithmetic Task Data With Observed Scores on Individual Attributes. Sonia Janeth Romero, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Vicente Ponsoda, Universidad Autonoma; Dimiter M. Dimitrov, George Mason University; Xavier Giovanni Ordonez Camacho, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Using Wright Maps to Understand Student Progress Toward College Readiness in Mathematics. Diana Bernbaum Wilmot, University of California - Berkeley; Mark R. Wilson, University of California - Berkeley; Alan H. Schoenfeld, University of California; Danielle Champney, University of California - Berkeley; William Carl Zahner, University of California - Santa Cruz

Thu, Apr 16 - 10:35am - 11:15am - San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Marriott Hall Salon 4

Meta-Analysis

Examining the Psychometric Properties of the Study Design and Implementation Device, DIAD. Ryan Williams, Loyola University - Chicago; Therese D. Pigott, Loyola University - Chicago

Thu, Apr 16 - 10:35am - 12:05pm - Omni San Diego, Balboa 3

Factors Influencing Equating Accuracy

The Effects of Anchor Item Selection on IRT True Score Equating With Nonequivalent-Group Anchor-Test Design. Hong Jiao, University of Maryland; Shudong Wang, ETS

Thu, Apr 16 - 11:25am - 12:05pm - San Diego Convention Center, Ballroom 6A

Measurement and Psychometric Topics, Paper Discussions

Assessing Unidimensionality in Item Response Data via Principal Component Analysis of Residuals From the Rasch Model. Mike McGill; Edward W. Wolfe, Pearson

Thu, Apr 16 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm - Omni San Diego, Salon E

Standards, Proficiency Judgments, and Norms

Establishing Criterion Measures on Graded Essays Using Objective Standard-Setting for Judge-Mediated Examinations. Gregory E. Stone, University of Toledo

Thu, Apr 16 - 3:05pm - 3:45pm Building/Room: San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina / Marriott Hall Salon 4

Rasch Survey Analysis and Applications (Paper Discussions)

A Latent Trait Analysis of Higher Education Infrastructure in Russia. Anatoly Andreyevich Maslak, Slavyanskon-Kuban State Pedagogical Institute; Nikolaus Bezruczko, Measurement and Evaluation Consulting; Danilov Andrey, Slavyansk-on-Kuban Pedagogical Institute

Applying Rasch Model and Generalizability Theory to Study Modified Angoff Cut Scores for Reporting With Vertical Scales. Alvaro J. Arce-Ferrer, Pearson; Ze Wang, University of Missouri; Qing Xue, Harcourt Assessment Inc.

Checking Dimensionality in Rasch Measurement With Standardized Residual. Wen-Chung Wang, The Hong Kong Institute of Education; Yeh-Tai Chou, National Chung Cheng University

Development and Validation of the Survey of Internet Risk and Behavior. Robert K. Gable, Johnson & Wales University; Larry H. Ludlow, Boston College; Stacey L. Kite, Johnson & Wales University; D. Betsy McCoach, University of Connecticut

How Rasch Objective Measurement Can Make a Difference to the Results of Classical Statistical Analyses. Zongmin Kang, University of Toledo; Gregory E. Stone, University of Toledo; Svetlana A. Beltyukova, University of Toledo

Validation of Measures of the Quality of the Mentoring Experiences of New Teachers. Mike McGill, Edward W. Wolfe, Pearson; Denis W. Jarvinen, Strategic Measurement and Evaluation, Inc.

Utilizing the Rasch Model to Refine and Calibrate Items on the Tacit Knowledge Inventory for Principals, TKIP. Christian E. Mueller, The University of Memphis; Lisa D. Horton, Prairie View A&M University


AERA 2009 Rasch-related Papers, Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2009, 22:4, 1178-81

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