The Study Of Psychometric Properties Of Final Tests Questions In Sciences Teachers

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Background and aim. Judgments about the level of academic achievement and efficiency of education are to rely on test results and examination of the specific objectives of education and makes clear. The purpose of this study was to obtain accurate information from basic science to teachers Anzali city Suitable for writing test questions, test principles and preparation of appropriate tests to assess the validity of traits measured. Methods and material. The secretary of the 4 groups 24 textbooks and research papers totaling 480 number plates were examined. In this study, three questions about the quality tests of the fundamental principles of testing, Consistent with the objectives of education and was considered valid. Information obtained by a computer and analyzed using spss software was used. Results. The analysis results show that the most capable teachers in the principles above set of tests, High percentage of test questions are two levels of knowledge and understanding of the six levels of cognitive domain can be measured And a lower percentage of two-level analysis was devoted to Very small percentage of the surface composition and the evaluation questions were included. Credit average and above average teachers' groups that represent the Is that enough tests have been discredited. Correlation tests were carried out most of the questions teachers has been positive with the total score. Implications for practice. The results of the present study can be used as a guideline for teachers and schools principals to develop valid and acceptable tests.



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