Psychometric report on the Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Fractions test administered to elementary educators in six states in fall 2016 [report]

Robert C. Schoen, Xiaotong Yang, Sicong Liu, Insu Paek
2018 unpublished
Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Fractions Test: Fall 2016 Acknowledgements P a g e | 4 Acknowledgments A great many people were involved with the test development, field-testing, data entry, data analysis, and writing that resulted in this report. Here we name some of the key players and briefly describe their roles, starting with the report's coauthors. Robert Schoen collaborated on the development of this form of the test, directed the data-collection and report-writing processes, and
more » ... ed in guiding and interpreting the analytic methods and results. Xiaotong Yang and Sicong Liu collaborated on the data analysis and item-response theory model calibration as well as the writing of data analysis and results sections of the report. Insu Paek provided overall guidance for the data modeling and scoring and provided guidance and feedback on the various drafts of the report. developed the test, primarily through selection or adaptation of items drawn from other published sources. Claire Riddell created the Qualtrics-based version of the test with assistance from Amanda Tazaz. Claire Riddell managed the administration of the test. Robert Schoen and Claire Riddell managed the recruiting, enrollment, and consent processes. Kristy Farina managed the data entry and item-level scoring as a result of the adjudication process. She also assisted with preparation of the teacher demographic statistics and description of data entry and scoring criteria for the present report. Anne B. Thistle reviewed the copy for grammar, style, and formatting. Charity Bauduin provided valuable assistance with the style and format of the final report. reviewed the final draft and provided useful feedback to improve the report. Any remaining errors or shortcomings are the responsibility of the authors. Items on this test were borrowed or adapted from several different sources, including the Diagnostic
doi:10.17125/fsu.1531453537 fatcat:6xyadyyghrgkfab6patjg3lob4