English MAP Reading Fluency technical report
This technical report documents the processes and procedures employed by NWEA to build and support the English MAP Reading Fluency assessment.
The purpose of this study was to examine the concepts of dyslexia teachers know accurately as scientific conceptions, hold as misconceptions, or are uncertain. Implications for teacher training in dyslexia are discussed.
By: Erin K. Washburn, Benjamin C. Heddy, Emily Binks-Cantrell , Tiffany Peltier
Two studies were conducted to evaluate whether the existing MAP Growth item parameter estimates are invariant across different calibration samples.
By: Wei He
Products: MAP Growth
Topics: Computer adaptive testing
This document presents the test design and specifications for Spanish MAP Reading Fluency.
The MAP Reading Fluency theory of action shows the hypothesized mechanisms of change and intermediate goals leading to the overarching goal of helping all students read fluently with comprehension.
By: Cindy Jiban, Mary Ann Simpson
Products: MAP Reading Fluency
Approaches to test score use and test purpose lack the well-developed methodological guidelines and established sources of evidence available for intended score interpretation. We argue in this paper that this lack fails to reflect the ultimate purpose of a test score—to help solve an important problem faced by intended test users.