Part 1 is designed to familiarise participants in the practical use of the RUMM2030 software – a very easy to use interactive program that analyses comprehensive diagnostics in both tabular and graphical forms. It can also be used in large scale assessments including vertical equating.
Rasch models of measurement are used in large scale national and international assessments, not only to analyse test data after collection, but to use as criteria for design of test items and their administration. This is also an opportunity to study with researchers from UWA and the University of Sydney who have made advancement in all areas of Rasch models for measurement. The Psychometric Laboratory at UWA conducts research in all areas of Rasch models for measurement, in particular epistemological, applied, and in software development. The content of the course is based on two online units that have been taught at UWA for many years. EDUC5638 (Introduction to Classical and Rasch Measurement Theories) and EDUC5606 (Advanced Course in Rasch Measurement of Modern Test Theory)
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Part 1: 2-3 February 2023, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Part 2: 6-10 February 2023, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Participants have the option of attending only Part 1 or Part 2 or both parts of the course – each with different pricing structures.
University of Sydney,
The course will be at an intermediate level and consists of two parts. Participants have the option of attending only Part 1 or Part 2 or both parts of the course.
All participants will receive a copy of the new RUMM2030 software valid until the end of 2023. Participants are required to bring their own Laptop. Free Wifi is available.
Part 1 – Overview of principles of Rasch measurement and the RUMM2030 software.
See description above for more details.
Part 2 – Rasch Measurement Theory
* Please note there are other city hotels closer to Sydney CBD, further from campus.
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