The pedagogical testing definitions
Keywords:pedagogical testing definition, methodology, test reliability, test validity, representativeness, information content
The detailed integrative definition of pedagogical testing concept is presented by authors in this work. This definition gives into decomposition on separate components which characterize testing as the pedagogical measurements of student educational acquisitions method. Each pedagogical testing constituent is considered detail, since formulation of test tasks ending organization of testing process. Attention on the necessity of system approach methodology abidance is paid to all preparation and realization tests stages. The special attention is paid to determination of descriptions, which influence on the testing results, give possibility of the most effectively information use obtained on its realization results.
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Челышкова М. Б. Теория и практика конструирования педагогических тестов. – М. : Логос, 2002. – 568 с.
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