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Cheating On Tests

Author : Gregory J. Cizek
ISBN : 9781135672515
Genre : Education
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Cheating on Tests is the first book to offer a comprehensive look at this pervasive and weighty problem. It is organized around seven major objectives: introduce and define the problem of cheating and document the extent of its occurrence; catalog and present information on the methods used to cheat on tests; provide information on methods useful for preventing cheating; describe methods used to detect cheating once it has occurred; synthesize what is known about predispositions, correlates, and cultural differences in cheating; summarize legal issues related to cheating; and illustrate ways in which individuals and institutions respond to cheating.

Detecting And Preventing Classroom Cheating

Author : Gregory J. Cizek
ISBN : 0761946551
Genre : Business & Economics
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This user-friendly, authoritative guide for cheating features specific techniques for identifying, deterring, and responding to this detriment to learning and assessment.

Psychology Of Academic Cheating

Author : Eric M. Anderman
ISBN : 0080466494
Genre : Education
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Who cheats and why? How do they cheat? What are the consequences? What are the ways of stopping it before it starts? These questions and more are answered in this research based investigation into the nature and circumstances of Academic Cheating. Cheating has always been a problem in academic settings, and with advances in technology (camera cell phones, the internet) and more pressure than ever for students to test well and get into top rated schools, cheating has become epidemic. At the same time, it has been argued, the moral fiber of society as a whole has dampened to find cheating less villainous than it was once regarded. Who cheats? Why do they cheat? and Under what circumstances? Psychology of Academic Cheating looks at personality variables of those likely to cheat, but also the circumstances that make one more likely than not to try cheating. Research on the motivational aspects of cheating, and what research has shown to prevent cheating is discussed across different student populations, ages and settings. Summarizes 50 years of academic cheating trends in K-12 and postsecondary institutions Examines the methodology of academic cheating including the effect of new technologies Reviews and discusses existing theories and research about the motivation behind academic cheating

Addressing Test Anxiety In A High Stakes Environment

Author : Gregory J. Cizek
ISBN : 1412908906
Genre : Education
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This research-based guide offers recommendations for dealing with test anxiety, and includes suggestions on reducing its effects and identifying situations in which it can actually be helpful.

Test Fraud

Author : Neal Kingston
ISBN : 9781134650675
Genre : Education
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There has been an increase in awareness (and perhaps occurrence) of individual and organized cheating on tests. Recent reports of widespread problems with state student accountability tests and teacher certification testing have raised questions about the very validity of assessment programs. While there are several books that specifically detail the issues of test security cheating on assessments, few outline the statistical procedures used for detecting various types of potential test fraud and the associated research findings. Without a significant research literature base, the new generation of researchers will have little opportunity or incentive to improve on existing methods. Enlisting a variety of experts and scholars in different fields of testing, this edited volume expands on the current literature base by including examples of detailed research findings arrived at by statistical methodology. It also provides a synthesis of the current state of the art with regard to the statistical detection of testing infidelity, particularly for large-scale assessments. By presenting methods currently used by testing organizations and research on new methods, the volume offers an important forum for expanding the literature in this area.

Criterion Referenced Test Development

Author : Sharon A. Shrock
ISBN : 047041040X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Criterion-Referenced Test Development is designed specifically for training professionals who need to better understand how to develop criterion-referenced tests (CRTs). This important resource offers step-by-step guidance for how to make and defend Level 2 testing decisions, how to write test questions and performance scales that match jobs, and how to show that those certified as ?masters? are truly masters. A comprehensive guide to the development and use of CRTs, the book provides information about a variety of topics, including different methods of test interpretations, test construction, item formats, test scoring, reliability and validation methods, test administration, a score reporting, as well as the legal and liability issues surrounding testing. New revisions include: Illustrative real-world examples. Issues of test security. Advice on the use of test creation software. Expanded sections on performance testing. Single administration techniques for calculating reliability. Updated legal and compliance guidelines. Order the third edition of this classic and comprehensive reference guide to the theory and practice of organizational tests today.

Journal Of College Student Development

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Genre : Counseling in higher education
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The Nurse Educator S Guide To Assessing Learning Outcomes

Author : Mary E. McDonald
ISBN : 9781449665968
Genre : Medical
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The new edition of this award winning text helps address the increased pressure that the NCLEX and other certification exams are placing on nursing students and faculty. The Nurse Educator’s Guide to Assessing Learning Outcomes, 2nd Edition guides classroom educators through the process of developing effective classroom exams and individual test items.

Standard Setting

Author : Gregory J. Cizek
ISBN : UOM:39015067694391
Genre : Education
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In Standard Setting: A Guide to Establishing and Evaluating Performance Standards on Tests, authors Gregory J. Cizek and Michael B. Bunch provide the only "go-to" reference on how to set standards on tests in education, licensure, and certification. This book is comprehensive in scope, practical in nature, and definitive in terms of cataloguing the essential conceptual and procedural fundamentals of setting performance standards.

Contemporary Authors

Author : Gale Group
ISBN : 0787646008
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Your students and users will find biographical information on approximately 300 modern writers in this volume of Contemporary Authors® .

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