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Assessment tools for Affective Domain, Types of test items, Principles for constructing test items

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Attitude Scales - Motivational Scales - Interest Inventory - Types of test items - Objective, Subjective - Principles for constructing test items

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Assessment tools for Affective Domain, Types of test items, Principles for constructing test items

  1. 1. Assessment Tools for Affective Domain - Types of test items - Principles for constructing test items Dr.S.Govindaraj Assistant Professor Adhiparasakthi College of Education, Kalavai @GovindarajS PhD
  2. 2. Tools and Techniques for Classroom Assessment @GovindarajS PhD
  3. 3. Assessment Tools for Affective Domain @GovindarajS PhD A t t i t u d e S c a l e s M o t i v a t i o n S c a l e s I n t e r e s t I n v e n t o r y
  4. 4. Attitude Scales - Definition @GovindarajS PhD Measure the relative quantity of an attitude possessed by an individual
  5. 5. Attitude Scales @GovindarajS PhD ∆ Setting a scale to provide a basis for assigning a numerical value to a person’s attitude ∆ Scale – Nominal, Ordinal or interval
  6. 6. Attitude Scales @GovindarajS PhD ∆ Scale may be unidimensional ∆ Some scale measure more than one dimension
  7. 7. @GovindarajS PhD Thurstone Scale • Consists of items with which the respondenthas either to agree or disagree • Only those items with which the agree are scored Likert Scale Five or seven point scale Aim was to eliminate the unreliability of using intermediary judges in scale construction Attitude Scales
  8. 8. Motivation Scales @GovindarajS PhD
  9. 9. Motivation Scales @GovindarajS PhD ® instruments to measure the motivation level of students toward learning ® Used to identify sources and level of motivation among individuals ® Deals with interaction, valueing, relation between other people, society, interest and help
  10. 10. Motivation Scales @GovindarajS PhD  Intrinsic motivation ® to know and learn ® Achievement and accomplishment ® Experience stimulation and engagement  Extrinsic motivation through rewards and constraints  Self regulation  Internalization of extrinsic motives  Failure to connect consequences with actions
  11. 11. Interest Inventory @GovindarajS PhD $ Testing instrument $ Measuring and evaluating the level of an individual's interest
  12. 12. Interest Inventory @GovindarajS PhD Methods •Direct observation of behavior •Ability tests •Self reporting Self-reporting inventories •Educational •Social •Recreational and •Vocational activities Activities •Occupational areas •Vocational Guidance
  13. 13. Interest Inventory @GovindarajS PhD Guilford- Zimmerman Interest Inventory G-S-Z Interest Survey California Occupational Preference Survey Jackson Vocational Interest Survey Ohio Vocational Interest Survey
  14. 14. Interest Inventory @GovindarajS PhD Vocational Adolescents Adults Educational Subject Course Leisure Enjoyable Satisfaction
  15. 15. @GovindarajS PhD Types of Test items
  16. 16. @GovindarajS PhD Types of Test items SubjectiveObjective
  17. 17. @GovindarajS PhD Objective Test items True- False Multiple Choice MatchingCompletion items
  18. 18. @GovindarajS PhD True-False • Test a large body of material Cover a wide range of topics Matching • Connecting contents of one list to contents in another list Easy to score Multiple choice • Four or five alternative response Measures a varietyof levels of learning Completion items Presented in the form of questions or phrases Cover a wide range of content Objective Test items
  19. 19. @GovindarajS PhD Subjective Test items Restricted Response Extended Response
  20. 20. @GovindarajS PhD Restricted Response • Brief answers • Specific learning outcome • More ease of assessment Extended Response • Focus on major concepts of content • Measures knowledge at higher cognitive levels • Expose individual difference in attitude, value and creative thinking Subjective Test items
  21. 21. @GovindarajS PhD Steps for preparing test items 1. Planning 2. Preparing 3. Try out 4. Evaluating
  22. 22. @GovindarajS PhD Principles for constructing test items
  23. 23. @GovindarajS PhD Clarity of the item Relevant content Functional words to be used Relevant Accuracy Difficulty level should be adaptable Stereotyped words should be avoided Irrelevant clues must be avoided
  24. 24. @GovindarajS PhD Principles for constructing test items Interlocking items must be avoided Ease of administration Reliability
  25. 25. @GovindarajS PhD Principles for constructing test items Comprehensiveness Practicality and scoring Validity
  26. 26. @GovindarajS PhD Principles for constructing test items Objectivity Usability Discrimination
  27. 27. Google images motivation-scale-high-school-ams.html maps/interest-inventory 2BPAXDahIQXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&articleId=ZNnnAduxxNRRnAxCEgScaQXA P3DPAXXAP3DPAX @GovindarajS PhD
  28. 28. evaluation-types-of-tests-and-and-their-construction/ test/64781 construction @GovindarajS PhD