Educational Testing: A Competence-Based Approach
January 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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'This is a very significant text in psychological and educational testing. It provides a very clear guide to the Certificate of Competencies in Educational Testing (British Psychological Society, Level A). It will be invaluable to those seeking the Level A Certificate or those who just want to gain more insight into educational testing.' Katherine Fingleton, National Association of Principal Educational Psychologists
"This comprehensive book provides excellent coverage of the knowledge underpinning competence in educational testing. It will be a useful resource for professionals working in education who are looking for a key reference to support the development of good practice in test administration, scoring and interpretation. Its accessible style and structure means that this book will be an indispensable manual for anyone undertaking the British Psychological Society’s Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing." Dr Sandra Dunsmuir, University College London
"This book fills a major gap for those wishing easy access to information required by the BPS's CCET (Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing) Level A, or those simply wishing to update their knowledge. The emphasis on qualitative and ethical issues (as well as quantitative scores) are strong points. This book is a thorough, valuable and accessible reference for all those involved in educational testing." Irvine S. Gersch, University of East London
“Educational Testing: A Competence-Based Approach is clear and
concise, offering just what those who use tests in educational settings
need to understand … Boyle and Fisher clearly took
the time to plan well, and they included just what is necessary to
adequately understand, select, administer, and interpret tests for use in
educational settings. I highly recommend that all those who do so add
this little volume to their collection of useful references.” PsycCRITIQUES, American Psychological Association