Applying Measurement and Assessment Models for Dichotomous and Graded Response Formats using Interactive Software
Trainers: D. Andrich, Murdoch U.; R. Hess, J. Ryan, Arizona SU West
12:00-1:55 (1.38) Hyatt, Cunningham C, 4th Chair: K. Draney, UC Berkeley
Applications of Rasch Measurement Discussant: E.M. Schulz, ACT
Children's understanding of area concepts. T. Bond, K. Parkinson, James Cook U.
Rater influences on assessment of writing quality. I. Gyagenda, G. Engelhard Jr., Emory U.
Structure of memory beliefs. E. Smith, Hartford Hosp.; S. Brown, B. Silver, U. Connecticut;
M. Garry, Victoria U. (NZ); E. Loftus, U. Washington
Measuring school-based partnerships D. Bainer, Ohio SU-Mansfield; R. Smith, Rehabilitation Found. Inc.
Three health utility scales K. Cook, VA Medical Ctr/Baylor Col. of Medicine
3:05-3:45 (4.01) Marriott, Marina E, South Tower, Level 3
Teachers' Attitudes and Actions in Physical Education Classes
Table 3: Self-evaluation of expertise in teaching W. Chen, Tempe U.; I. Rovegno, J. Burry-Stock, U. Alabama
4:05-5:35 (5.65) Hyatt, Windsor C, 3rd Chair: R. Bode, Rehabilitation Inst. of Chicago
Technical Issues in Rasch Measurement
Discussant: G. Engelhard, Jr., Emory U.
Strengthening sparsely-connected designs C. Myford, ETS; E. Wolfe, U. Florida
Differential item functioning W.-C. Wang, Nat. Chung-Cheng U.
Multidimensionality of interest in physics C. Carstensen, J. Rost, Inst. for Science Educ.
Setting mastery levels with binomial trials G. Stone, Dental Assisting Nat. Board
12:25-1:55 (13.37) Hyatt, Cunningham A, 4th
DIF and Item Bias
Likelihood-ratio tests and partial credit DIF S.-H. Kim, A. Cohen, U. Wisconsin;
C. DiStefano, S. Kim, U. Georgia
12:25-1:55 (D4) Marriott, Marina G, South Tower, Level 3
Poster: Interactive diagnostic measure of learning potential R. Chatfield, U. Melbourne
1:15-1:55 (14.08) Marriott, Marina E, South Tower, Level 3
Issues in Rasch Measurement I
Table 17: Person fit and response set D. Swearingen, U. Denver
Table 18: Graph theory and connectivity M. Garner, G. Engelhard, Jr., Emory U.
Table 19: Fit statistics and logit residual index R. Mount, Dallas Schools, R. Schumacker, U. North Texas
Table 20: Children's construction of addition B. Grobecker, Auburn U.
2:15-3:45 (15.30) Hyatt, Regency A, 4th
Linking Complex Performance-based Assessments: A Comparison of Novel Procedures
Equating performance assessments with a rating scale model B. Clauser, Nat. Board of Medical Examiners
10:35-12:05 (23.40) Hyatt, Connaught, 3rd Chair: M. Lunz, Amer. Soc. Clinical Path.
Institute for Objective Measurement Educators Forum
Residuals and scientific methods L. Ludlow, Boston Col.
Intuitions about MLE S. Embretson, U. Kansas
Measurement theories R. Schumacker, U. North Texas
Linking instruction with measurement courses R. Hess, Arizona SU West
Teaching construct validity J. Monsaas, N. Georgia Col. & SU
12:25-1:55 (25.10) Marriott, Columbia 2, North Tower, Lobby Level
Validity and Statistical Issues concerning International Assessment
IRT equation of a central examination C. Glas, U. Twente
6:15-7:45 (30.08) Marriott, Newport Beach, South Tower, Level 4 Chair: R. Smith, Rehabilitation found. Inc.
Rasch Measurement SIG 10th Anniversary:
Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going?
Participants: B.Wright, U. Chicago; D. Andrich, Murdoch U.; W. van der Linden, U. Twente;
G. Engelhard Jr., Emory U.; G. Masters, ACER
11:25-12:05 (36.05) Marriott, Marina E, South Tower, Level 3
Issues in Rasch Measurement II
Table 26: Outward Bound and post-traumatic stress disorder E. Smith, Hartford Hosp.;
S. Owen, U. Connecticut; J. Parsons, VA Medical Ctr.
Table 27: Measuring job satisfaction B. Bergstrom, Comm. on Dietetic Reg.; M. Lunz, ASCP
Table 28: Measurement of morality J. Linacre, U. Chicago
Table 29: Factors affecting test equating S. Suanthong, R. Schumacker, U. North Texas
12:25-1:55 (37.17) Marriott, Manchester 2, North Tower, Lobby Level
Applications of a Variety of IRT Models: Purposes, Procedures and Implications
One-parameter hierarchical linear model A. Kamata, Michigan SU
12:25-1:55 (N3) Convention Center
IRT Parameter Estimation
Unequal discrimination and computer-adaptive testing J. Folske, M. Gessaroli, D. Swanson, NBME
8:15-10:15 (46.14) Marriott, Carlsbad, South Tower, Level 3
Influences on Raters and Rating Scales
Rating of persuasive writing S. Court, U. Iowa
Race, domain and gender influence on scores I. Gyagenda, G. Engelhard, Jr., Emory U.
Rating scale category utility J. Linacre, U. Chicago
Likert scales and sample range J. Roberts, D. Wedell, J. Laughlin, U. South Carolina
Positive and negative items B. Bergstrom, Comm. on Dietetic Reg.; M. Lunz, ASCP
8:15-9:45 (46.39) Hyatt, Windsor C, 3rd
Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation
Diagnostic utility of a self-efficacy instrument B. Greene, U. Oklahoma; E. Smith, Hartford Hosp.;
B. Silver, U. Connecticut
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Rasch Measurement SIG elected officers for April 1998 to April 2000
Chair: Allen Heinemann
Secretary: Rita Bode
Ballots mailed (Dec. 1998) 305
Ballots returned (March 15, 1998) 43
Ballots spoiled 0
Allen Heinemann 40
Rita Bode 19
George Karabatsos 8
Tom O'Neill 14
Election of SIG Officers Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1998, 11:4 p. 600.
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