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A Review of Automatically Scorable Constructed-Response Item Types for Large-Scale Assessment
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Applied Measurement in Education Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 0895-7347

Abstract

New developments in the use of automatically scorable constructed response item types for large-scale assessment are reviewed for five domains: (1) mathematical reasoning; (2) algebra problem solving; (3) computer science; (4) architecture; and (5) natural language. Ways in which these technologies are likely to shape testing are considered. (SLD)

Citation

Martinez, M.E. & Bennett, R.E. (1992). A Review of Automatically Scorable Constructed-Response Item Types for Large-Scale Assessment. Applied Measurement in Education, 5(2), 151. Retrieved October 4, 2022 from .

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