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ArtikelA New Standard - Setting Method for Performance Assessments : The Dominant Profile Judgement Method and Some Field-Test Results  
Oleh: Jaeger, Richard M. ; Plake, Barbara S. ; Hambleton, Ronald K.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 57 no. 3 (1997), page 400-411.
Topik: Performance; educational evaluation; tests
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Isi artikelTraditional standard - setting methods are not well suited for applications with polytomously scored performance assessments. The present article presents a standard - setting method the dominant profile judgement (DPJ) method - designed for use with profiles of polytomous scores on exercises in a performance - based assessment. The method is direct, in that it guides standard - setting panelists in the articulation of their standard - setting policies. Further it allows complex policy statements that could incorporate compensatory and / or conjuctive components. A detailed description of the method is provided. Results of an applications of this standard - setting method are presented. Recommendations for improvements in the method are discussed.
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