Panelists discuss benefits and challenges to remote proctored exam administration, lessons learned, and concerns moving into the future. Colleagues will have the opportunity to dialogue, share lessons, and offer guidance to navigate a changing testing environment.
This product is for the purchase of the bundles Part 1 and Part 2 of the Small Program Issues research reports.
A task force on Small Program Issues was formed in 2016 by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Research and Development (R&D) Committee to identify and address issues faced
This report will summarize “Part 2” of the Small Program Issues study, which is intended to discuss and provide suggestions for methods that could be used to address some of the specific challenges small programs face.
In this session, we will discuss issues and challenges that are typically encountered when moving from a mono-linguistic exam to a poly-linguistic model. Issues related to test development, score equivalence, and psychometric considerations will be addressed.
To help credentialing organizations and leaders learn these essential principles and how they align with standards, we are pleased to provide this one-day workshop on the fundamentals of psychometrics and the assessment life cycle. The workshop will provide the opportunity to participate in a practi