Analyzing Assessment Data

Analyzing Assessment Data
This assignment requires 2 specific references. The chapters that has to be used will be uploaded. There are PDF files and there are several of them to get all pages downloaded. They are labeled Book 1 Pt 1& 2 and Book 2 Pt 1 thru 9. The references and chapters will be type below. If the writer is not able to open the PDF files or gain access to the required references, please let me know. The writer should not start assignment if there is no access.

Each question should be answered thoroughly.

REQUIRED REFERENCES ONLY
McDonald, M. E. (2017). The nurse educator\’s guide to assessing learning outcomes (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. ISBN-13: 9781284113365 CHAPTER 11

Billings, D. M. G., & Halstead, J. A. (2015). Teaching in nursing: A guide for faculty (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders. ISBN-13: 9780323290548
CHAPTER 24

ASSIGNMENT
Assessment data is a tool instructors can use to determine if students are meeting course or learning outcomes. Assessments can be utilized in many ways, such as student practice, student self-assessment, determining readiness, determine grades, etc. The purpose of this assignment is to analyze sample test statistics to determine if student learning has taken place.

To address the questions below in this essay assignment, you will need to use sample statistics provided in the textbooks. For Questions 1-4, use the sample test statistics in Chapter 24 of Teaching in Nursing: A Guide for Faculty. For Questions 5-9, use Chapter 11 in The Nurse Educator\’s Guide to Assessing Learning Outcomes.

In a 1,000-1,250 word essay, use the sample statistics data from the textbooks to respond on the following questions:
1. Explain what reliability is. Based on the sample statistics, is this test reliable? What evidence from the statistics supports your answer?
2. What trends are seen in the raw scores? How would an instructor use this information?
3. What is the range for this sample? What information does the range provide and why is it important?
4. What information does the standard error of measurement provide? Based on the data provided, does the test have a small or large standard error of measurement? How would an instructor use this information?
5. Explain the process of analyzing individual items once an instructor has analyzed basic concepts of measurement.
6. If one of the questions on the exam had a p value of 0.76, would it be a best practice to eliminate the item? Justify your answer.
7. If one of the questions on the exam has a negative PBI for the correct option and one or more of the distractors have a positive PBI, what information does this give the instructor? How would you recommend the instructor adjust this item?
8. Based on the sample statistics, has student learning taken place? Justify your answer with data.
9. Based on the sample statistics, what steps would you take to improve

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