The Effects of the Type of Skill Test, Choice, and Gender on the Situational Motivation of Physical Education Students
- WHO IS NORM? Taylor, Kathe; Walton, Sherry // Instructor;Mar2001, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p18
Discusses the differences between norm- and criterion-referenced tests. Characteristics of the two tests; Types of questions on norm-referenced tests; Details on the criterion-referenced tests.
- In one ear and out, on the test. Young, John // Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);7/13/2011, Vol. 109 Issue 14, p3A
In this article the author discusses the significance of norm-referenced tests instead of the criterion-based tests, which he considers to teach things that are dictated by the state.
- An Examination of the Motivation and Satisfaction of College Students Enrolled in Physical Education Courses. Hsin-Chung Chen; Stotlar, David K. // Sport Science Review;2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1/2, p43
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to find what factor structures are for the Learning Motivation Scale and Learning Satisfaction Scale, and test a model of learning motivation and learning satisfaction based on college students in Taiwan. Finally, to realize what the most important...
- Review of the Basic Achievement Skills Individual Screener (BASIS). Hambleton, Ronald K.; deVries, Dianne Kaplan // Journal of Counseling & Development;Feb85, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p383
The article focuses on the Basic Achievement Skills Individual Screener (BASIS), which attempts to provide counselors and other users with norm-referenced and criterion referenced information concerning examinee performance in Mathematics, Reading, Spelling and Writing. The Mathematics portion...
- Beyond Paper & Pencil Assessments. Demers, Chris // Science & Children;Oct2000, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p24
The article focuses on the creation of a wide-scale performance-based assessment tool for elementary science. State exams and other norm-referenced tests are limited in their capabilities to assess the genuine nature of science. As a result of this shortcoming, local districts must take a close...
- Criterion- Referenced and Norm- Referenced Agreement Between the Mile Run/Walk Test and PACER Test Among Male and Female Students of Sport Science Program. Hashim, Ahmad; Madon, Mohd Sani; Hassan, Sazali; Ahmad, Yusop // British Journal of Arts & Social Sciences;2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
The aim this study was conducted was to test the similarity between the reliability of the Mile Run/Walk Test and the PACER Test using criterion-reference and norm reference as a working framework. The sample for the study comprised 400 students, with male (N = 200) and female (N = 200) students...
- Limited aspects of reality: Frames of reference in language assessment. FULCHER, GLENN; SVALBERG, AGNETA // International Journal of English Studies;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p1
Language testers operate within two frames of reference: norm-referenced (NRT) and criterion-referenced testing (CRT). The former underpins the world of large-scale standardized testing that prioritizes variability and comparison. The latter supports substantive score meaning in formative and...
- An Assessment Primer. Colburn, Alan // Science Teacher;Apr2009, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p10
The article discusses the different types of educational assessments, which includes summative assessment, formative assessment, criterion-based, and norm-referenced testing. According to the article, a summative assessment is given at the end of an instructional unit and are assigned a grade. A...
- THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBJECTIVE-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS IN CAREER EDUCATION. Hambleton, Ronald K.; Stetz, Frank P. // Journal of Career Education;Mar1979, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p220
Discusses the development of objective-based instructional programs in career education. Common features of objective-based programs; Process of developing objectives for woodworking teachers; Differences between norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests.