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دقّة قياس الاختبارات التّكيفيّة متعدّدة المراحل في ظل ظروف اختبارية مختلفة

لؤي شواشرة و محمود القرعان

‏ جامعة اليرموك - الأردن.‏
 

Doi://10.47015/17.2.8                           

JJES,17(2), 2021, 285-299

ملخص: هدفت الدّراسة الحالية إلى مقارنة دقّة قياس تصاميم مختلفة للاختبارات التّكيفيّة متعدّدة المراحل تحت مجموعة من الشّروط، وهي ثلاثة مستويات لطول الاختبار (12، 24، 36) فقرة، ومستويان لتصميم اللوحة (1-3-3، 1-2-2)، ومستويان لطول وحدة التوجيه (طويل، قصير)، ومستويان لاستراتيجية التّوجيه (DPI، AMI). ولتحقيق هدف الدراسة، تم توليد بيانات القدرة الحقيقية لعينة تتكون من (5000) مفحوص من توزيع طبيعي بمتوسط حسابي (1) وانحراف معياري (0)، وتمّ تقييم نتائج الدّراسة باستخدام متوسّط التّحيّز ووسط مربعات الخطأ للقدرة الحقيقيّة والقدرة المقدّرة. وقد أظهرت نتائج الدراسة أنّ دقّة القياس تزداد بزيادة طول الاختبار، بغض النظر عن طول وحدة التّوجيه وتصميم اللوحة واستراتيجية التّوجيه المستخدمة. كما أظهرت النتائج تأثيرات من صغيرة إلى ضئيلة لمعظم متغيرات التصاميم (تصميم اللوحة، استراتيجية التّوجيه، طول وحدة التّوجيه. ‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية:
الاختبارات التّكيفيّة متعدّدة المراحل، دقّة القياس، تصميم اللوحة، استراتيجية التّوجيه، طول وحدة التّوجيه)‏


 

Assessing Measurement Accuracy of Multistage Adaptive Testing under Different Testing Modes

 

Loiy Shawashreh and Mahmoud Alquraan, Yarmouk Universirty, Jordan.

 

Abstract: This study aims at comparing the measurement accuracy of multistage adaptive testing under different conditions: test length (12, 24 and 36 items), panel design (1-3-3 and 1-2-2 panel designs), routing module length (long and short) and routing strategy (AMI and DPI). To achieve the aims of this study, (5000) true abilities were generated with a normal distribution of a mean of (1) and a standard deviation of (0). Measurement accuracy was assessed using mean of bias and mean squared error (MSE). The results show that the measurement accuracy increases as the test length increases, despite of panel design (1-3-3 and 1-2-2 panel designs), routing module length (long and short) or routing strategy. Moreover, the results show that panel design, routing strategy and routing module length marginally affect the measurement accuracy of multistage adaptive testing. ‎


‎(Keywords:
Multistage Adaptive Ttesting, Measurement Accuracy, Panel Design, Routing Module Length, Routing Strategy)


 

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