Conference program

11 September 2018

09h00–16h00

Registration

09h00–16h00

Pre-conference workshop
18h00–20h00

Reception

12 September 2018

09h00–10h00

Keynote 1:

Hua-Hua Chang: From adaptive testing to adaptive learning

10h00–10h30

Break

10h30–12h00

10h30–12h0010h30–12h00

Concurrent Sessions 1

 

1A

Angela Verschoor:
An ATA model for multistage testing

Yuan-Ling Liaw:
Peculiar subgroup’s aberrance response behavior in multistage adaptive testing: A simulation study

Maaike M. van Groen:
Routing in the multistage end of primary school test

Yan Bibby:
A feasibility study of multistage adaptive design in classroom assessments

1B

Leslie Rutkowski:
Can multistage testing bridge the cultural measurement divide?

Simon Grund:
Treatment of missing covariate data in the scaling model in large-scale assessments

Claus Carstensen:
An analysis framework for longitudinal large scale assessment data

Eva de Schipper:
De-weighting plausible values in international large-scale assessment: A new method for reducing measurement variance

12h00–12h45

Lunch

12h45–14h15

Concurrent Sessions 2

 

2A

Daniel McNeish:
Dynamic measurement modeling: Using nonlinear growth models to estimate learning capacity

Peter van Rijn:
A quadrature Kalman filter for estimating MIRT models for sequential data

Maria Bolsinova:
Nonlinear item-level moderation in measurement models: Exploring the relationship between product and process data

Tyler Matta:
An Interaction-level model for technology enhanced items

2B

Gabriel Wallin:
Revisiting the Bahadur representation of sample quantiles for the standard error of kernel equating

Waldir Leoncio:
A new likelihood approach for the simultaneous estimation of IRT equating coefficients on multiple forms

Aron Fink:
Criterion-referenced adaptive university exams: Effects of different linking designs on ability estimates

Monika Vaheoja:
Resetting the standard with IRT concurrent calibration and Circle-arc equating in small samples

14h15–14h30

Break

14h30–15h30

Keynote 2:

Harvey Goldstein: Current challenges for the modelling of educational data

15h30–15h45

Break

15h45–17h15

Panel discussion:

On Educational Measurement and Educational Theory

Panelists: 

  • Cees Glas
  • Alina von Davier
  • Gabriele Kaiser
  • Eckhard Klieme
  • Monica Melby-Lervåg
  • Sten Ludvigsen
  • David Rutkowski
17h15–18h15

Light reception

20h00–

Conference Dinner

13 September 2018

08h30–09h30

Keynote 3:

Alina von Davier: The argument for a “Data Cube” for large-scale psychometric data

09h30–09h45

Break

09h45–11h15

Concurrent Sessions 3

 

3A

Janine Buchholz:
Measurement invariance across the PISA 2015 Questionnaires: A comparison of two different approaches

Brandi A. Weiss:
Detecting differential item functioning with entropy in logistic regression

Gavin T.L. Brown:
The MIMIC pure anchor method for DIF: Detecting psychological impact, not bias

Hana Voňková:
Enhancing the comparability of self-reported knowledge using the overclaiming technique

3B

David Magis:
More accurate asymptotic standard error formulas for IRT ability estimators

Bjorn Andersson:
Efficient estimation of item response theory models with multiple groups in large-scale educational assessments

Steven Andrew:
Culpepper Advancing exploratory cognitive diagnosis models for educational measurement and classroom assessments

Gabriel Nagy:
A HYBRID IRT Model for test-taking persistence in low-stakes tests

11h20–12h30

Concurrent Sessions 4

 

4A

Samuel Greiff:
Problem solving and its role in large-scale assessments: Transversal skills in educational research

Denise Reis Costa:
Exploring log files in international large-scale assessments: Methods, practices and tools

Johannes Naumann:
Educational assessment and model building using process data: Issues of open science and replication

4B

Marie Wiberg:
Optimal scores in comparison to sum scores and parametric IRT scores

Jeppe Bundsgaard:
On proficiency scales and errors of measurement for educational tests

Tammy J. Trierweiler:
Latent trait indeterminacy in Item Response Theory models

12h30–13h15

Lunch

13h15–14h45

Concurrent Sessions 5

 

5A

Dan Cloney:
Using educational measurement to support countries to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in post-conflict contexts.

Claire Scoular:
Creating a vertical scale to support the Sustainable Development Goal agenda of lifelong learning.

Meagan Karvonen:
Large-scale alternate assessments based on fine-grained learning maps: Opportunities and challenges

Susanne Schmidt:
Performance assessment of learning in higher education

5B

Johan Braeken:
Asymmetry in fixed-precision M-CAT: Multidimensional selection versus marginal stopping

Muirne Paap:
Comparing multidimensional to unidimensional CAT under two empirical scenarios: The impact of design factors

Bernard Veldkamp:
Stochastic programming for automated test assembly with uncertainty in the item parameters or in the responses

Andreas Frey:
Continuous item calibration in computerized adaptive testing

14h45–15h00

Break

15h00–16h00

Keynote 4:

Dylan Molenaar: Psychometrics and response times: What, why, how, and where?

16h00–16h15

Closing Remarks

 

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