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Guide for Authors Publishing Results of Assessment Tool Development

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Yuliya Tyumeneva, Psy.D., senior researcher at the Center for Monitoring Educational Quality, National Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation. Email: jutu@yandex.ru Anisya Yaremenko, M.A. in Psychology, intern researcher at the International Laboratory for Education Policy Analysis, Graduate School of Education, National Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation. Email: anisia89@gmail.com The paper specifies requirements of The Journal of Educational Studies to publications on results of development of an assessment tool. The term tool is used here as a of widespread standardized assessment procedures, such as tests, questionnaires, scales, algorithms, etc.The Guide has been developed in compliance with American Psychological association, American Educational Research Association, and National Council on Measurement in Education standards.Articles on results of assessment tool development should contain the following indispensable information: theoretical grounds for the developed tool; existing assessment tools for the same or similar construct and advantages of the developed tools before them; description of the developed tool; the method of ensuring assessment tool reliability and validity; analysis results. Description of the tool should always include structure of the tool, and scoring. Description of the method of verifying assessment tool reliability and validity should always include: procedure and participants; tools applied for analysis; analysis strategy. Description of results of verifying assessment tool reliability and validity should always include: scoring reliability; validity; standard range, if any. Description of each structural element is supported by relevant examples in the Guide. Additional recommendations are given on how to describe the research procedure with due account for possible specific factors.The Guide will allow authors to identify and fill any possible gaps in their research.

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  • Yulia Tyumeneva & Anisya Yaremenko, 2013. "Guide for Authors Publishing Results of Assessment Tool Development," Educational Studies, Higher School of Economics, issue 1, pages 301-305.
  • Handle: RePEc:nos:voprob:2013:i:1:p:301-305
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