WEB17 Item Writer Development: Training Volunteer Writers


There is a difference between training an item writer to write a question and developing an item writer to write good, useful, practical, and high-performing items. Explore the cognitive level schemes and how the various levels are applicable to item writing and discuss ways to guide item writers in developing higher order questions. By the end of this on-demand webinar, know two strategies to improve the quality of your items.

Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Format: On-demand webinar (c) 2017
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A


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Non-member price: $30

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Beth Kalinowski, MBA, SPHR, PSI Services LLC
Beth Kalinowski is the Director of Account Management for PSI Services LLC. Beth has extensive experience in project management, conducting research, designing test development roadmaps, conducting all aspects of the test development lifecycle, and overseeing design and development initiatives for clients. Previously, Beth worked as the Senior Director of Assessments for International Credentialing Associates and as a Team Lead for Prometric. Beth was the 2015 chair of the Certification/Licensure Division of ATP—the Association of Test Publishers. Beth sits on the Marketing Committee for the IT Certification Council.