Evidence-centered design and four process architecture for simulation based ICT literacy assessment

Evidence-centered design and four process architecture for simulation based ICT literacy assessment

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Evidence-centered design and four process architecture for simulation based ICT literacy assessment

The paper describes the innovative ICT literacy measure that that was created based on the Evidence Centered Design (ECD) principals together with automatic Bayesian Network scoring. System. The measure was developed within World Bank READ program in Russia which sought to develop contemporary problem-based and scenario-based approach to ICT literacy assessment for multinational secondary school environment. It was implemented on a sub-national scale in Russia during 2005-2013 and piloted for international use in United Kingdom, Armenia, and Tatarstan with strong support by the Government of Russia, Republic of Tatarstan, Armenia and the World Bank.The ECD and the Four-process Delivery Architecture that that brought the computer-based ICT literacy assessment to life will be used as the framework for discussion: The activity selection process- selects a task or activity from the task library, or creates one in accordance with templates in light of what is known about the student or the situation and describes the interrelationships between processes for an adaptive test.The presentation process is responsible for computerized presentations of tasks to the student, managing the interaction, and capturing work products such as Web delivery of ICT literacy assessment.The summary scoring process is responsible for measurement models and concerns with the accumulation and synthesis of evidence across ICT tasks, in terms of student model variables described by ECD. Bayesian Network models used for this purpose. The response processing is responsible for automatically identifying the key features of the observable outcomes for one particular task. The ECD evidence rules that specified how this is to be accomplished will be discussed.

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