This is an internet-only course.
Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:
• Apply concepts of student evaluation
• Construct sound test items and tests
• Differentiate between criterion-referenced and norm-referenced evaluation
• Create a test item bank and calculate and maintain performance statistics for each item
Completion of this course is based upon satisfactory performance on the following:
1. Discussion Board = 10%
2. Unit Quizzes = 10%
3. Writing Assignments = 45%
4. Comprehensive Final Exam = 35%
Your grade for the course will be derived from the following weighted percentages:
90% and above = A
80% - 89.4% = B
70% - 79.4% = C
60% - 69.4% = D
59.4% and below = F
All written assignments must reflect individual bachelor-level work. Proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure must be observed.
The quizzes must be completed prior to the expiration date. Quiz grades will be released, and
any questions regarding the quizzes or grades may be addressed to the instructor. Quizzes may
be made up if missed, but a 1 letter grade penalty will be assessed; ONLY IN EXTREME
EMERGENCIES WILL QUIZZES BE MADE UP WITHOUT THE PENALTY - TO BE
DETERMINED BY ME.
Assignments (including the discussion board) must be received prior to the deadline. Late assignments WON'T BE ACCEPTED, AND A "0" WILL BE RECORDED. We are working on a short timeline with this semester, and you must keep up with all work and quizzes.
This is an online course and as such there are no mandatory sessions. However, this course hasdeadlines that will be strictly adhered to, and the student should be vigilant in checking theirmwsu.edu email and logging onto WebCT. Regular checks will insure that messages from theinstructor are received in a timely manner.
Unresolved issues related to this course should be first addressed between the student and the course instructor. If there is no resolution, students must follow this sequence:
Department Chair – Dr. Donna Wright (940-397-4615)
College Dean – Dr. Susan Sportsman (940-397-4594)
Dean of Students – Dail Neely (940-397-6273)