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Test Development: Getting Started

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Melissa Fein, President, TransTalent

Approaching test development is somewhat analogous to building a house. Inadequate effort in pre-construction planning can result in a product that does not serve the intended purpose, exceeds budgetary constraints, and is irrelevant to the targeted population. This session covers some of the issues critical to ensuring a solid foundation for test construction that should be addressed at the outset of any test development project. Topics include the following: (1) defining test purpose; (2) identifying test development resources; and (3) identifying the content domain of interest.

 

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Presenter

Melissa Fein
Melissa Fein

President, TransTalent

Melissa Fein, PhD, has graduate degrees in statistics, psychology, and economics, along with coaching certification, and first started working in the field of training evaluation in 1988. She began private consulting on industrial psychology/evaluation issues in 1996, and for a number of years was affiliated with the Maryland Assessment Research Center for Education Success (MARCES), at the University of Maryland, College Park, where she has taught a variety of courses in measurement, statistics, and evaluation. She is the author of the book Test Development (ASTD Press, 2012).


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