This study describes the construction of an online curriculum-based multidimensional computerized adaptive test.300 items were constructed based on Indonesian curriculum and then administered to 2238 students of grade 9. A multidimensional random coefficients multinomial logit model was used to develop multidimensional scales. The scaled items were then integrated to the multidimensional computerized adaptive testing. After that, the procedures of the adaptive testing were set up for initialization, item selection, ability estimation, and the stopping rule. It found that item blue print is useful in item bank development. It suggests that embedding the adaptive testing onto online can minimizes the leaking of test materials because online system does not require printing, photocopying, or transportation for the test material. Copyright © 2015 Serambi Mekkah University.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research “Improving Human Resources Quality Through Research and Development in the Era of AFTA”|
|Place of Publication||Banda Aceh, Indonesia|
|Publisher||Serambi Mekkah University|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
CitationDaud, M., Kuo, B.-C., & Mok, M. C. M. (2015). The construction of an online curriculum-based multidimensional computerized adaptive testing. In M. Subhan, M. Usman, R. Abdullah, S. Yana, E. Marya, V. Viena, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research “Improving Human Resources Quality Through Research and Development in the Era of AFTA” (pp.322-328). Banda Aceh, Indonesia: Serambi Mekkah University.
- Multidimensional computerized adaptive testing
- Science education
- Online assessment
- Computer education
- Item construction