Online Testing for Classroom and Self-Assessment

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Online Testing for Classroom and Self-Assessment

This paper presents the development and use of IPST online testing system. The purposes of this project are 1) to develop the test items in science and mathematics for primary and secondary levels and 2) to provide as an item bank for classroom and self-assessment. All of test items are aligned with the national curriculum and had been tried out and revised to ensure that they passed the criteria such as content validity, item difficulty and item discrimination. Approximately 3,000 test items have been developed in four types including multiple choice, complex multiple-choice, matching, and constructed-response (short answer). In order to get the accounts, users have to register with their personal data. Then, they select parameters such as subject, grade level, topic, and testing time. After that, the system generates a test paper by selecting items based on the parameters at random. When completing the test, total score will be automatically reported and users can review their answers along with explanations. For teaching and learning, students can access this platform as self-assessment to examine their conceptual understanding in science and mathematics. Teachers can also implement it as a learning resource in the classroom. About eighty percent of users are students from around the country. The others are school teachers. IPST continues improving the system for easier access with other devices, more user friendly as well as providing an option for user’s feedback. In addition, item statistical data which collected from each account are considered for reviewing the quality of the items.

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