Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing

Written for the professional and the educated lay person, this work constitutes a valuable reference for professional test developers, sponsors, publishers, users, and students in the fields of education and psychology. The book provides guidelines on constructing performance tests, questionnaires, and structured behaviour samples. This edition includes an expanded section on test usage; chapters on the rights of test takers and on testing linguistic minorities; an approach to categorising standards (as “primary” or “secondary”); and an easy-to-use format. This edition also includes a glossary of terms used throughout the “Standards”, as well as terms common to testing in general.

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    By Peter Beddow on September 24, 2017

    A worthy successor to the 1999 version The Bible for testing standards for test developers and test users. Thankfully the editorial/author team addressed accessibility in depth in the Fairness chapter, likely in response to the light on the subject following the introduction of modified alternate achievement tests. Ideally – and as recognized by the new Standards – accessibility should be built into every assessment for every population from the ground floor.A variety of other “new” topics are addressed as well,…

    By Act162This on September 24, 2017

    Excellent resource guide, but the type is a bit small.

    By Anonymous on September 24, 2017

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