Instructional Monitoring with Maximum Performance Tests
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This chapter has four sections. The first addresses information systems, the second, the use of standardized tests; the third, the use of criterion- referenced tests; and the final, an explication on the use of computerized adaptive testing to monitor instruction.
KeywordsStandardize Test Reading Comprehension Grade Level Junior High School Initial Instr
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