Although the effect of domain definition was not pronounced, these results suggest that content can have an important influence on patterns of growth described by vertical scales. Greater attention to this influence has the potential to increase understanding of all aspects of vertical scaling methodology.information to model student performance, and, thus, more similar results than for other tests. ... This could indicate that students know less about scientific inquiry than other sub-content areas of science at grade 3, and thus may potentially be having ... SI- 100 had a reading level between that of average 5th and 6th graders, whereas the other two tests had a reading level that corresponded to that of ananbsp;...
|Title||:||An Investigation of the Effects of Varying the Domain Definition of Science and Method of Scaling on a Vertical Scale|
|Author||:||Thomas Patrick Proctor|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|