Classes

S-061 - Statistical and Psychometric Methods for Educational Measurement

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2017

S-061A1: This is the first of two sequential modules on quantitative methods for educational measurement. Students will learn and apply techniques essential for the design and analysis of educational and psychological assessments, including reliability, generalizability theory, validation, differential item functioning, item response theory, scaling, linking, standard setting, and adjustments for measurement error. Contexts of assessments include small-scale educational and psychological assessments for targeted research studies as well as large-scale district, state,...

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S-030 - Intermediate Statistics* *This course is now taught by Professor James Kim

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2012


Are scores on high-stakes tests primarily a function of socioeconomic status? Do mandatory seat belt laws save lives? In this course, students will learn how to use a set of quantitative methods referred to as theĀ general linear model--regression, correlation, analysis of variance, and analysis of covariance--to address these and other questions that arise in educational, psychological, and social research.Ā ...

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