[Rasch] RM EXTERNAL STUDY/ONLINE UNIT
Stephanou at acer.edu.au
Mon Jan 23 08:19:35 EST 2006
On behalf of Professor David Andrich
ANNOUNCING AN EXTERNAL STUDY/ONLINE UNIT,
24 JULY - 30 OCTOBER 2006
INTRODUCTION TO RASCH MEASUREMENT
AND TRADITIONAL TEST THEORY
Unit Coordinators: Professor David Andrich and Dr Ida Marais.
Enrolment forms can be obtained from Roselina Stone:
(email:rostone at murdoch.edu.au)
More information about the course, who should enrol, how to enrol,
costs, and so on can be found on
THE UNIT OF STUDY - BACKGROUND
In the Australian Semester 2, 2006 (July 24 to October 30), a graduate
unit of study introducing Rasch measurement is available in the external
study mode. This mode of study means that the unit can be studied from
anywhere in the world. A discussion group will operate for online
interaction as part of the unit of study.
Students enrolled obtain (i) a set of lecture materials, which includes
hard copy of all of the lectures, (ii) details of the assignments you
will be required to submit, (iii) the necessary reading materials, and
(iv) the Study Guide setting out the steps you will need to follow to
successfully complete the unit.
This unit has been presented in the same period every year from 2000.
In each year, over 50 people from many parts of the world took the
opportunity to enrol. Because of the success of the previous
presentations, the course is being offered again this year.
The use of the program RUMM2020 is available throughout the unit.
The RUMM program is a very easy to use interactive program that permits
learning many features of the Rasch measurement model by working around
the program's menus - for example the effects of rescoring any item,
deleting items, studying alternatives in distractors, assessing
differential item functioning, automatic linking of different sets of
items, effects of deleting samples or individuals, taking account of
missing data, and so on. To enhance understanding all of the information
is available both graphically and statistically, including item
characteristic curves, person item maps, etc. The program comes with
three manuals and analysed data sets.
David Andrich, BSc, MEd (UWA); PhD(Chic), FASSA
Professor, School of Education
Murdoch, Western Australia 6150
Email: andrich at murdoch.edu.au\
Phone +61 8 9360 2245
Fax +61 8 93606280
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