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PADI at AERA 2006
At an interactive symposium session at AERA 2006, the PADI Project will present and demonstrate its online assessment design system and supporting resources as instantiated in three national science inquiry curricula. The interdisciplinary team, comprised of individuals from five organizations, will share its (1) online assessment design system which is based on principles of evidence-centered design; (2) a collection of assessment templates reverse-engineered from widely-used assessment tasks to demonstrate proof-of-concept of the design system; (3) assessment design patterns, templates, and tasks developed for the BioKIDS, FOSS, and GLOBE curricula; and (4) technology resources to support assessment design and implementation processes (e.g., IRT-based scoring engine). The audience will participate in “activity stations" to explore the technology and learn about the PADI system.

Schedule Information
Session time: Saturday April 8, 8:15 am - 10:15 am, Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel, Rubens Room.

Session title: Principled Assessment Designs for Inquiry (PADI): A Comprehensive Walk Through the Online Assessment System

Session Participants

Chair: Janice H. Earle (National Science Foundation)

Discussant: Edward H. Haertel (Stanford University)

Discussant: John T. Behrens (CISCO Systems, Inc.)

Overview of PADI Concepts and Components: Robert J. Mislevy (University of Maryland), Geneva D. Haertel (SRI International)

Overview of PADI Instantiations: Cathleen A. Kennedy (University of California-Berkeley), Lawrence Hamel (CodeGuild, Inc.)

FOSS Activity Station: An Illustration of How FOSS Designed and Implemented Assessments in PADI Kathy J. Long (University of California-Berkeley), Cathleen A. Kennedy (University of California-Berkeley), Mark R. Wilson (University of California-Berkeley), Ron C. Fried (SRI International), Geneva D. Haertel (SRI International), Robert F. Murphy (SRI International).

BioKIDS Activity Station: An Illustration of How BioKIDS Designed and Implemented Assessments in PADI Nancy B. Songer (University of Michigan), Amelia Wenk Gotwals (University of Michigan), Robert J. Mislevy (University of Maryland), Han Bao (University of Maryland-College Park), Lawrence Hamel (CodeGuild, Inc.), Lawrence P. Gallagher (SRI International), Britte Cheng (University of California-Berkeley).

GLOBE Activity Station: An Illustration of How GLOBE Reverse-Engineered Assessment Templates in PADI Angela Haydel DeBarger (SRI International), Edys S. Quellmalz (SRI International), Futoshi Yumoto (University of Maryland/Abt Associates Inc.), Patricia Schank (SRI International).

See also:
  • DeBarger, A. H., & Yumoto, F., & Quellmalz, E. (in preparation). An illustration of PADI design system capability with GLOBE assessments (DRAFT PADI Technical Report 11). Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.

Performance Task Activity Station: An Illustration of How Performance Tasks Were Reverse-Engineered in PADI Kathleen C. Haynie, Alexis L. Mitman, Michelle M. Riconscente (University of Maryland), Daisy Wise (University of Maryland-College Park), Graham H. Seibert (University of Maryland), Andrea A. Lash (SRI International), John J. Brecht (SRI International)

See also:
  • Seibert, G., Hamel, L., Haynie, K., Mislevy, R., & Bao, H. (in preparation). Mystery Powders: An Application of the PADI Design System Using the Four-Process Delivery System (DRAFT PADI Technical Report 17). Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.

  • Riconscente, M., & Mislevy, R. (in preparation). Reverse-Engineering the Mystery Boxes Task (DRAFT PADI Technical Report). Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.

  • Haynie, K., Haertel, G., Lash, A., Quellmalz, E., & DeBarger, A. H.,(in preparation). Reverse Engineering the NAEP Floating Pencil Task Using the PADI Design System (DRAFT PADI Technical Report 16). Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.
 
 
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