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e-ISSN 2148-7456 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2014 | Publisher İzzet KARA | http://ijate.net


https://ijate.net/index.php/ijateImportant Notice About Scale Development and Adaptation Studies. Link.

In recent years, there have been many significant developments in the field of education and scientific evaluation. We will begin to see the effects of today's Covid-19 pandemic on education in the coming years. In particular, we will witness the change of assessing quality and standards as well as the evaluation and assessment modes currently used in education. We foresee that these changes will have profound effects on students, institutions, academics, and the education system as a whole.

IJATE, as an important venue for scientific studies in education, is committed to ensuring novel ideas and studies that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence in both practice and theory are presented and disseminated. The journal will continue to publish such significant studies for the good of the academic community and those interested in the related fields of education.

You can also submit your article via ijate.net 

International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education

e-ISSN 2148-7456 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2014 | Publisher İzzet KARA | http://ijate.net
Cover Image


https://ijate.net/index.php/ijateImportant Notice About Scale Development and Adaptation Studies. Link.

In recent years, there have been many significant developments in the field of education and scientific evaluation. We will begin to see the effects of today's Covid-19 pandemic on education in the coming years. In particular, we will witness the change of assessing quality and standards as well as the evaluation and assessment modes currently used in education. We foresee that these changes will have profound effects on students, institutions, academics, and the education system as a whole.

IJATE, as an important venue for scientific studies in education, is committed to ensuring novel ideas and studies that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence in both practice and theory are presented and disseminated. The journal will continue to publish such significant studies for the good of the academic community and those interested in the related fields of education.

You can also submit your article via ijate.net 

Volume 8 - Issue 1 - Mar 15, 2021
  1. Analysis of Students Satisfaction with Virtual Education in Medical Science University during the Pandemic Outbreak of COVID-19
    Pages 1 - 8
    Freshteh OSMANİ
  2. An Evaluation of Pass/Fail Decisions through Norm- and Criterion-Referenced Assessments
    Pages 9 - 20
    Ismail CUHADAR, Selahattin GELBAL
  3. Comparison of confirmatory factor analysis estimation methods on mixed-format data
    Pages 21 - 37
    Abdullah Faruk KILIÇ, Nuri DOĞAN
  4. Developing and validating a computerized oral proficiency test of English as a foreign language (Coptefl)
    Pages 38 - 66
    Cemre ISLER, Belgin AYDIN
  5. Examining the Measurement Invariance of TIMSS 2015 Mathematics Liking Scale through Different Methods
    Pages 67 - 89
    Zafer ERTÜRK, Esra OYAR
  6. Investigation of measurement invariance of PISA 2015 collaborative problem solving skills: Turkey, Norway and Singapore
    Pages 90 - 105
    Yusuf Taner TEKİN, Derya ÇOBANOĞLU AKTAN
  7. Teachers’ Attitudes and Opinions about Design and Skill Workshops and Ranking of Workshops by Teachers
    Pages 106 - 119
    Ayşegül BAYRAKTAR, Seher YALÇIN
  8. Homework Process in Higher Education Scale (HPHES): A Validity and Reliability Study
    Pages 120 - 134
    Veda YAR YILDIRIM
  9. Kirkpatrick Model: Its Limitations as Used in Higher Education Evaluation
    Pages 135 - 144
    Michael CAHAPAY
  10. The Effect of Item Pools of Different Strengths on the Test Results of Computerized-Adaptive Testing
    Pages 145 - 155
    Fatih KEZER
  11. Defining Cut Point for Kullback-Leibler Divergence to Detect Answer Copying
    Pages 156 - 166
    Arzu UÇAR, Celal DOĞAN
  12. The Problem of Measurement Equivalence or Invariance in Instruments
    Pages 167 - 180
    Tülin (OTBİÇER) ACAR
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