SL Tool #2: Construct a Knowledge Test
Construct a Test as described by David K. Miller in Measurement by the Physical Educator: Why and How (Seventh Edition)
Jun 16th, 2020 | 1 min read

See the accompanying Plectica Presentation: SL Tool 2: Constructing a Knowledge Test.

For those seeking an approach to constructing a test or knowledge test, I recommend reading Chapter 6 of Measurement by the Physical Educator: Why and How (Seventh Edition) by David K. Miller. He informs us that there are five steps in constructing a good test.



The following image depicts a more detailed breakdown of the five steps.





In the Plectica Presentation, I provide the Need For Cognitive Closure (NFCC) Survey as of June 15, 2020. I recommend watching this hilarious video from the hit TV series Big Bang Theory, where Amy helps Sheldon with closure issues.

Prior to reviewing the survey, I recommend reviewing the entire presentation as I provide a discussion on correlation, regression, and relationships.



This article was written by Jamie Schwandt.
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