International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education
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e-ISSN 2148-7456 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2014 | Publisher İzzet KARA | http://ijate.net/index.php/ijate

International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education (IJATE) is a peer-reviewed online journal. IJATE accepts original theoretical and empirical English-language manuscripts in psycho-educational assessment. Theoretical articles addressing new developments in measurement and innovative applications are welcome. IJATE publishes articles appropriate for audience of educational measurement specialists and practitioners.

Articles focusing on,

Measurement processes & techniques

Innovative approaches for developing measurement instruments

Innovative assessment strategies

Cross-cultural assessments

Large-scale assessment reports

Validity studies

Issues related to measurement & assessment

Statistical methods in educational & psychological research

are examples to appropriate topics for consideration.

Note that manuscripts outside the domain of Educational Measurement and Assessment and manuscripts reporting routine investigations are unlikely to be published in IJATE.


 

International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education

e-ISSN 2148-7456 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2014 | Publisher İzzet KARA | http://ijate.net/index.php/ijate
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International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education (IJATE) is a peer-reviewed online journal. IJATE accepts original theoretical and empirical English-language manuscripts in psycho-educational assessment. Theoretical articles addressing new developments in measurement and innovative applications are welcome. IJATE publishes articles appropriate for audience of educational measurement specialists and practitioners.

Articles focusing on,

Measurement processes & techniques

Innovative approaches for developing measurement instruments

Innovative assessment strategies

Cross-cultural assessments

Large-scale assessment reports

Validity studies

Issues related to measurement & assessment

Statistical methods in educational & psychological research

are examples to appropriate topics for consideration.

Note that manuscripts outside the domain of Educational Measurement and Assessment and manuscripts reporting routine investigations are unlikely to be published in IJATE.


 
Volume 6 - Issue 1 - Mar 2019
  1. Teachers’ Test Construction Skills in Senior High Schools in Ghana: Document Analysis
    Pages 1 - 8
    Frank Quansah, Isaac Amoako, Francis Ankomah
  2. An Effective Way to Provide Item Validity: Examining Student Response Processes
    Pages 9 - 24
    Omer Kutlu, Hatice Cigdem Yavuz
  3. Can Factor Scores be Used Instead of Total Score and Ability Estimation?
    Pages 25 - 35
    Abdullah Faruk Kılıç
  4. Impact of Emotional Literacy Training on Students’ Emotional Intelligence Performance in Primary Schools
    Pages 36 - 47
    Kerem Coskun, Yücel Oksuz
  5. An Investigation of Item Bias of English Test: The Case of 2016 Year Undergraduate Placement Exam in Turkey
    Pages 48 - 62
    Rabia Akcan, Kübra Atalay Kabasakal
  6. The Post-Graduate Academic English Language Skills and the Language Skills Measured by the Iranian PhD Entrance Exam: A Test Reform and Curriculum Change
    Pages 63 - 79
    Shiela Kheirzadeh, S. Susan Marandi, Mansoor Tavakoli
  7. Development of a Measurement Tool for Sustainable Development Awareness
    Pages 80 - 91
    Ayşe Ceren Atmaca, Seyit Ahmet Kıray, Mustafa Pehlivan
  8. The Impact of Ignoring Multilevel Data Structure on the Estimation of Dichotomous Item Response Theory Models
    Pages 92 - 108
    Hyung Rock Lee, Sunbok Lee, Jaeyun Sung
  9. Development of Exposure to English Scale and Investigation of Exposure Effect to Achievement
    Pages 109 - 124
    Mustafa Gökcan, Derya Çobanoğlu Aktan
  10. Adaptation of Physics Metacognition Inventory to Turkish
    Pages 125 - 137
    Zeynep Koyunlu Ünlü, İlbilge Dökme
  11. Performance Evaluation Using the Discrete Choquet Integral: Higher Education Sector
    Pages 138 - 153
    Seher Nur Sülkü, Deniz Koçak
  12. Improved Performance of Model Fit Indices with Small Sample Sizes in Cognitive Diagnostic Models
    Pages 154 - 169
    Hueying Tzou, Ya-Huei Yang