COURSE: A Course in Rasch Measurement Theory
|A Course in Rasch Measurement Theory : A Course in Rasch Measurement Theory in collaboration with The University of Sydney will take place 11 & 12 July 2019 and 15 - 19 July 2019.
Rasch models for measurement are used in large scale national and international assessments, not only to analyse test data after collection, but to use as criteria for design of test items and their administration. The GSE Psychometric Laboratory undertakes research and development for application to the broad area of measurement and assessment in education and the social sciences including psychology, health and marketing. The GSE Psychometric Laboratory does research in all areas of Rasch models for measurement, in particular epistemological, applied, and in software development. This is an opportunity to study with researchers who have made advancement in all these fields.
The course will be at an intermediate level and consist of two parts:
1. Part I – Thursday 11 to Friday 12 July 2019: Overview of introductory principles of Rasch measurement and the RUMM2030 software. RUM2030 is a very easy to use interactive program that analyses data according to the Rasch measurement model and provides comprehensive diagnostics in both tabular and graphical forms. It can also be used for large scale assessments including vertical equating.
2. Part II - Monday 15 to Friday 19 July 2019: Rasch Measurement Theory.
Participants have the option of attending only Part I or II or both parts of the course.
Part I (2 days) – AU$950 (Early bird AU$850)
Part II (5 days) – AU$2185 (Early bird AU$1960)
Part I and II (7 days) – AU$2745 (Early bird AU$2460)
Registrations close 31st May 2019, approximately 10% Discount for Early bird registration - Registration by 31st March 2019. Participants will receive a 15% discount if they enrol in one of the on-line courses after this course.
David Andrich, Ida Marais and Jim Tognolini
Tue, 11 Jun 2019 09:00
Thu, 19 Dec 2019 17:00
RSVP is required.
Natalie Carmody <email@example.com>
Mon, 14 Jan 2019 08:25
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