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Workshop: Design and Development of Large-Scale Learning Assessments

Design and Development of Large-Scale Learning Assessments

Workshop: Design and Development of Large-Scale Learning Assessments

Background

The Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP) Secretariat at UNESCO Bangkok, with generous support from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and Malaysian Fund-in-Trust (MFIT), organized a five-day workshop from 16 to 20 March 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. Being the second in the series of capacity development workshops organized by NEQMAP, this workshop was technical in nature and focused on several aspects of design and development of large-scale learning assessments including development of test frameworks, item writing and item analysis. The main target audience was government officials who are deeply involved in or familiar with technical aspects of test development of their national assessments. 

Workshop Documents

Workshop Videos

Day 1        Day 2        Day 3        Day 4

Presentation files

Download all presentation files in a ZIP file here.

Day 1: Introduction to Assessment Theory

  • Country Presentations: Overview of large-scale learning assessments

AfghanistanBangladeshBhutanCambodiaLao PDR,

Malaysia (Examination Syndicate), Malaysia (SEAMEO RECSAM), 

MongoliaMyanmarNepalPacific region

Papua New GuineaSri LankaTimor-LesteVietnam 

  • Dr. Jim Tognolini (Pearson)

Introduction to Modern Assessment Theory: A basis for all assessments

Day 2: Test Item Development

  • Dr. Jim Tognolini (Pearson)

Developing quality assessment items (Part 1)

Developing quality assessment items (Part 2)

Developing quality assessment items (Part 3)

  • Dr. Esther Sui-chu Ho (Hong Kong PISA Centre)

Re-visit large-scale assessment from international perspective - Evaluation of Quality of Items

The assessment of Mathematical literacy: Learning from PISA

The assessment of Reading literacy: Learning from PISA

The assessment of Science literacy: Learning from PISA

Student Learning Assessment

Day 3: Test Item Analysis - Part 1

  • Dr. Jim Tognolini (Pearson)

             Analyzing test items using Classical Test Theory (Part 1)

             Analyzing test items using Classical Test Theory (Part 2)

Day 4: Test Item Analysis - Part 2

  • Dr. Jim Tognolini (Pearson)

             Introduction to Rasch Theory

             Analyzing tests and assessments using the Rasch

Day 5: Country/Group presentations

  • Country Presentations: Reflection on the workshop and next steps

AfghanistanBangladesh, BhutanCambodiaIndia, Lao PDR,          

MalaysiaMongoliaMyanmarNepalPacific regionPakistan

Papua New Guinea, PhilippinesSri LankaTimor-LesteVietnam 

 

Download all presentation files in a ZIP file here.

 

Photos

Please click below to download more photos from the workshop:

Day 1   Day 2   Day 3   Day 4   Day 5

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