TGMD-2 is a criterion-referenced test while the FMS-POLYGON has a norm-referenced assessment.
What does CRT stand for?
CRT stands for Criterion-Referenced Test
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OBJECTIVE AND RESEARCH QUESTIONS This study was aimed at coming up with the appropriate means for computing the minimum item difficulty and discrimination indices of a criterion-referenced test used in a classroom learning research and development setting.
One area of need that emerged from the responses is for a criterion-referenced test for reading or math with small increments that can show slower-than-average progress and that is appropriate for students who perform several grades below average.
Two years ago when New Mexico first administered its criterion-referenced tests to measure how well students were faring against state standards, students at Chimayo Elementary School scored far below average.
Currently, my community and state reports the scores for our state's criterion-referenced tests.
The other week she will give a criterion-referenced test (i.
Institution develops and provides valid and reliable criterion-referenced tests.