REMP/CEA Faculty, Students, and Staff at NCME and AERA 2007!
Below is a brief listing of CEA/REMP presentations at NCME, then AERA.
Ana Karantonis, Craig S. Wells, and Ronald K. Hambleton: Defining performance categories: Using an IRT-based approach to identify "exemplar" items
Christine Lewis and Craig S. Wells: The effect of DIF on the classification of LEP students
Tie Liang and Craig S. Wells: A model fit statistic for generalized partial credit model
Per-Erik Lyren, University of Umea, Sweden, and Ronald Hambleton: Investigation of several methodological issues in equating
Stephen G. Sireci, Peter Baldwin, Drey Martone, & Kyung-tyek Han: Determining cutpoints on a multi-stage test for federally established proficiency levels
Kyung-tyek Han and Craig S. Wells: Impact of differential item functioning (DIF) on test equating and proficiency estimates
Robert R. Keller, Lisa A. Keller, and Su Baldwin: The effect of changing equating methods on monitoring growth in mixed-format tests
Ronald Hambleton (Discussant): Comparability of adapted versions of multilingual tests
Ronald Hambleton (Discussant): Innovations in standard setting
Ronald Hambleton (Discussant): Standard-setters: Stand up and take a stand Stephen G. Sireci (Discussant): Accountability, measurement, and value-added models
In addition to the many REMP alumni on the NCME program, two 2003 graduates of REMP, Dr. Michael G. Jodoin and Dr. Mary J. Pitoniak, both of Educational Testing Service in Princeton, New Jersey, are also serving as Program Co-Chairs for the 2007 NCME Annual Meeting. Congratulations, Mary and Mike!
Andrea (Drey) Martone: Exploring the impact of teachers' participation in an assessment-standards alignment study
Chang, S., Lau, A. Zhao, Y., Lam, W. & Lien, S.: Separate versus concurrent calibration methods with different estimation methods for vertical scaling with the Rasch model
Stephen G. Sireci and Kyung-tyek Han: Methods for evaluating the validity of test scores for English language learners