[Rasch] Re:Rasch Digest, Vol 20, Issue 5
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Plesae, send to me the followings items:
1)Interpretation of Item Plot (Petroski, Greg)
2) Interpretation of Item Plot (Mike Linacre (RMT))
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Data:Sun, 25 Mar 2007 12:00:02 +1000 (EST)
Assunto:Rasch Digest, Vol 20, Issue 5
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> 1. Interpretation of Item Plot (Petroski, Greg)
> 2. PROMS 2007 (Trevor Bond)
> 3. Re: Interpretation of Item Plot (Mike Linacre (RMT))
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> Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 23:09:44 -0500
> From: "Petroski, Greg"
> Subject: [Rasch] Interpretation of Item Plot
> To: "Eric Wong" ,
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> To keep the size of this e-mail small I put an item plot on PhotoBucket.
> The item is ordinal with responses 0 to 4 with larger values indicating greater ability. Note that two of the five catagories do not ever have the highest probability of being endorsed. Am I correct in interpreting this as suggesting a defective item -- one that might work as well with only three categories?
> Greg Petrsoki
> U. of Missouri - Columbia
> Message: 2
> Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 15:15:34 +0800
> From: Trevor Bond
> Subject: [Rasch] PROMS 2007
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> Dear Rasch Colleagues,
> Pls remember that PROMS 2007 (Taiwan) deadline is closing - it
> follows the Psychometric Society Meeting in Tokyo.
> Details below
> The Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS) 2007 will be
> held from 17th to 19th July 2007 at the National College Physical
> Education & Sports, TaoYuan, Taiwan, which is 4 days after the
> International Meeting of the Psychometric Society (IMPS), Tokyo,
> Japan (http://www.ech.co.jp/imps2007/
> ) . We are pleased to hold this symposium and share its information
> with you. You are invited to participate in this exciting event and
> submit proposals for presentation. Please note that the deadline for
> proposal submission is 1 May 2007. For more information, please visit
> the official website at:
> or contact the symposium secretariat at:
> s05307 at hotmail.com . You can come to Asia
> for two great conferences in one single trip. Thank you very much for
> your attention.
> Best regards,
> Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS) 2007
> PROMS 2007
> Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium
> July 17-19, 2007 * TaoYuan, Taiwan
> (National College of Physical Education & Sports)
> Call for Papers and Submission & Presenter Guidelines, Deadline May 01, 2007:
> Objective Measurement in Diverse Disciplines: We welcome any
> applications of Rasch measurement in any disciplines, such as
> education, psychology, sports, medicine, public health, management,
> sociology, and political science.
> PROMS 2007 is the 3rd annual conference of the Pacific Rim Objective
> Measurement Symposium. This society focuses on recent advances of
> objective measurement. Its aim is to provide an international forum
> for discourse on the latest research in using Rasch measurement
> models as a tool for scientific progress. You are invited to join
> with a panel of distinguished researchers and other practitioners to
> share their expertise and your experiences in objective measurement.
> The program will include attached workshops according to demand.
> TaoYuan, a city near Taipei, is the host city for PROMS 2007. We
> promise you memorable experiences in this modern city, the essence of
> Taiwan natural & human sceneries.
> PROGRAM ACTIVITIES:
> * Keynote Speakers
> * Invited Panels/Speakers
> * Papers (Full & Brief)
> * Posters/Demonstrations
> * Workshops
> * Symposia
> The Conference invites proposals from the introductory through
> advanced level on all topics related to the applications of Rasch
> measurement models or Item Response Theory.
> KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
> * Dr.
> Chapple Professor, Graduate School of Education, University of
> Western Australia, Australia
> * Dr. Mark Wilson, Prof., Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley, USA
> * Dr. Mike Linacre, Prof., Faculty of Health Sciences, University of
> Sydney, Australia
> * Dr. Philip E. Cheng, Research Fellow, Institute of Statistical
> Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
> INVITED SPEAKERS:
> Eiji Muraki, Professor,
> Graduate School of
> Educational Informatics Research Division,
> Tohoku University, Japan
> * Dr. Margaret Wu,
> Senior Research Fellow, Australian Council
> for Educational Research, Australia
> * Dr. Magdalena Mo Ching
> Mok, Professor and Centre Director,
> Centre for Assessment Research and
> Development, The Hong Kong Institute of
> Education, Hong Kong
> Sun-Geun Baek, Professor,
> of Education, College of Education,
> Seoul National University, Korea
> * Dr.
> Curt Hagquist, Director
> of research and Professor of Public Health, Karlstad University,
> * Winsteps, hosted by Dr. Mike
> Linacre, author of Winsteps
> hosted by Dr. Margaret Wu, first author of ConQuest
> * BILOG-MG, hosted by Dr. Eiji Muraki, chief author of BILOG-MG
> * RUMM, hosted by Dr. David Andrich, author of RUMM
> * Dr. Han-Dan Yau,
> Professor, Graduate Institute of Sports Training Science, National
> College of Physical Education & Sports, Taiwan
> * Dr. Wen-Chung Wang,
> Professor, Department of Psychology, National Chung Cheng University,
> If you have any further questions about PROMS 2007, please send an
> e-mail to PROMS 2007 Conference Services: s05307 at hotmail.com
> Lin, Yi-Hung, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow
> Department of Psychology, National Chung Cheng University
> 168 University Rd., Min-Hsiung Chia-Yi 621, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
> Phone:(886)958-353-977 * FAX:(886)5-272-0857
> Email: s05307 at hotmail.com
> Trevor G BOND Ph D
> Professor and Head of Dept
> Educational Psychology, Counselling & Learning Needs
> D2-2F-01A EPCL Dept.
> Hong Kong Institute of Education
> 10 Lo Ping Rd, Tai Po
> New Territories HONG KONG
> Voice: (852) 2948 8473
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