Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology Vol. I by Charles Spielberger

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Following item/task tryout in field testing, a database of acceptable items or tasks, called an item bank or item pool, would be created. From this pool, operational test forms would be drawn to match previously decided test specifications. Additional steps would be required, depending on whether the test is to be administered via paper-and-pencil format or computer. Ancillary materials, such as administrator guides and examinee information materials, would also be produced and distributed in advance of test administration.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Establish need, purpose Delineate domain to be tested Develop specific objectives, content standards Decide on item and test specifications, formats, length, costs Develop items, tasks, scoring guides Conduct item/task review (editorial, appropriateness, alignment, sensitivity) Pilot/Field test items/tasks/scoring guides Review item/task performance Create item bank/pool Assemble test form(s) according to specifications Develop test administration guidelines, materials Establish performance standards Administer operational test forms Score test Evaluate preliminary item/task and examinee performance Report scores to appropriate audiences Evaluate test, document test cycle Update item pool, revise development procedures, develop new items/tasks promulgated by content area professional associations.

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