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Introduction to Rasch
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A brief review of the mathematical concepts needed to understand Rasch models, plus an introduction to the latent trait theory and the Rasch model for dichotomous items. Main topics include: the link between measurement theory and the Rasch model, Item Characteristic Curves (ICCs), and analysing the fit of the data to the model.
This seminar is free to University of Cambridge staff and students, £30 for others
This talk is part of the Assessment Practice series.
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