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Measurement of the Individual Progress in the Learning of Secondary School Students on the Data of the Project "Improving Educational Results of Students of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)"

Student: Diana Saliahutdinova

Supervisor: Elena Kardanova

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Measurements in Psychology and Education (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The thesis deals with measuring the individual progress of secondary school students and describes the possibilities of their application in practice. The first wave of monitoring was conducted in the fall of 2019 for 6 to 9-grade students. Based on the results of the first monitoring wave, a technical report was written confirming the quality of the instruments and measurements made with their help and a technical task was prepared for the test-developer regarding both the psychometric characteristics of the tasks and the test model itself to improve the quality of the measuring materials the wave. Before the second monitoring wave, new tests were approbation, and testing was transferred to the "PROGRESS" platform of the Center for Psychometrics and Measurements in Education at the Higher School of Economics. Approbation was carried out at the end of May 2020 for 5 to 9-grade students in Novosibirsk and Yakutsk. However, due to the epidemiological situation in 2020, it was not possible to conduct full-scale approbation. According to the results of testing, it was confirmed that the tests have good psychometric characteristics. Common tasks between grades do not show DIF and can be used for linking between classes and building a common scale. The results of the work will be useful for experts of test-developer and the team, which will continue to be involved in supporting this monitoring.

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