On the Roles of External Knowledge Representations in Assessment Design. Robert
J. Mislevy, John T. Behrens, Randy E. Bennett, Sarah F. Demark, Dennis C. Frezzo,
Roy Levy, Daniel H. Robinson, Daisy Wise Rutstein, Valerie J. Shute, Ken
Stanley, Fielding I. Winters. Available as CSE/CRESST
Research Report 722.
foundations of mixture item response theory models. Robert Mislevy,
Roy Levy, Marc Kroopnick, and Daisy Rutstein. To appear in G. R. Hancock
& K. M. Samuelsen (Eds.), Advances in Latent Variable Mixture Models,
Cahrlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Taxonomy of Adaptive Testing: Opportunities and Advantages of Online Assessment.
Roy Levy, John Behrens, and Robert Mislevy.
Functional and Semiotic Symmetries in Simulation-based Games and Assessments.
Robert Mislevy, John Behrens, Dennis Frezzo, Marc Kroopnick, and Daisy Rutstein.
Patterns for Learning and Assessment: Facilitating the Introduction of a Complex
Simulation-Based Learning Environment into a Community of Instructors.
Dennis Frezzo, John Behrens, and Robert Mislevy. Presented at the Annual Meeting
of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Il, April, 2007.
and Evidentiary Approaches to Simulation Assessment in Packet Tracer Software.
Dennis C. Frezzo, John T. Behrens, Robert J. Mislevy, Patti West, and Kristen
E. DiCerbo. Presented at the Fifth International Conference on Autonomic
and Autonomous Systems , April 20-25, 2009, Valencia, Spain. Best paper
and Assessment Theory in the Design and Understanding of the Packet Tracer
Ecosystem. Dennis C. Frezzo, John T. Behrens, and Robert J. Mislevy. International
Journal of Learning and Media, Spring 2009, Vol. 1, No. 2
Tracer and Evidence Centered Design. Powerpoint Presentation.