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Viewing: EDUC 8179 : Capstone Project in Assessment,Testing, and Measurement in Education

Last approved: Mon, 19 Oct 2015 18:48:18 GMT

Last edit: Mon, 19 Oct 2015 18:48:14 GMT

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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Educational Leadership (EDUC)
EDUC
8179
Capstone Project in Assessment,Testing, and Measurement in Education
Capstone: Assess/Test/Measure
Summer 2015
3,6
Course Type
Discussion Group
Field Work (Internship)
Lecture
Seminar
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade
Permission of instructor
Yes
5
No
EDUC 8170
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25

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Are there Course Equivalents?
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No
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Multifaceted assessment that serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students during the end of their academic program. The capstone project is similar to a thesis or dissertation but may take a variety of forms.
Students will be able to: Apply knowledge of theoretical foundations in the field of ATM. Apply knowledge of ATM across the disciplines. Implement methodological tools to carry out ATM related practice and research. Develop a professional analysis documents and/or publication-ready research paper on ATM issue(s). Apply knowledge of Classical Test Theory; Item Theoretic Modeling; Computer Adaptive Testing; Diagnostic and Formative Assessment Modeling.
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New course with content related to multifaceted assessment that serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students during the end of their academic program. The capstone project is similar to a thesis or dissertation but may take on a wide variety of forms.
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This is a hybrid learning course with online and face-to-face instruction.
twilson (Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:32:07 GMT): Rollback: pending further review
gharris (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 16:20:27 GMT): Rollback: o The syllabus for all proposed courses MUST include the following: Learning outcomes (see www.gwu.edu/~assess).  Assessment procedures and how final grades are determined.  Attendance policy and a clear statement on any contribution attendance and participation plays in determining final grade.  Required and recommended readings.  A statement on academic integrity (see www.gwu.edu/~ntegrity/code). The Law School and School of Medicine and Health Sciences have separate academic integrity codes.  A statement regarding accommodations for student with disabilities.
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