Applied Rasch Measurement: A Book of Exemplars

Papers in Honour of John P. Keeves

Series: Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, Vol. 4, 2005

Alagumalai, Sivakumar; Curtis, David D.; Hungi, Njora (Eds.)

1 - Classical Test Theory (CTT); Sivakumar Alagumalai and David Curtis

2 - Objective measurement; Geoff Masters

3 - The Rasch model explained; David Andrich

4 - Monitoring mathematics achievement over time; Tilahun Mengesha Afrassa

5 - Manual and automatic estimates of growth and gain across year levels: How close is close? Petra Lietz and Dieter Kotte

6 - Japanese language learning and the Rasch model; Kazuyo Taguchi

7 - Chinese language learning and the Rasch model; Ruilan Yuan

8 - Applying the Rasch model to detect biased items; Njora Hungi

9 - Raters and examinations; Steven Barrett

10 - Comparing classical and contemporary analyses and Rasch measurement; David Curtis

11 - Combining Rasch scaling and Multi-level analysis; Murray Thompson

12 - Rasch and attitude scales: Explanatory Style; Shirley Yates

13 - Science teachers' views on science, technology and society issues; Debra Tedman

14 - Estimating the complexity of workplace rehabilitation task using Rasch analysis; Ian Blackman

15 - Creating a scale as a general measure of satisfaction for information and communications technology users; I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan

16 - Multidimensional item responses: Multimethod-multitrait perspectives; Mark Wilson and Machteld Hoskens

17 - Information functions for the general dichotomous unfolding model; Luo Guanzhong and David Andrich

18 - Past, present and future: an idiosyncratic view of Rasch measurement; Trevor Bond

Epilogue - Our Experiences and Conclusion; Sivakumar Alagumalai, David Curtis and Njora Hungi

Appendix IRT Software - Descriptions and Student Versions

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Applied Rasch Measurement: A Book of Exemplars. Alagumalai S., Curtis D.D., Hungi N. (Eds.) … Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2005, 19:2 p. 1024

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