School of Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications
Measuring What We Intend: A Validation Argument for the Grade 5 Problem-Solving Measure (PSM5)
The purpose of this proceeding is to share validity evidence for the Problem-solving Measure for grade 5 (PSM5). The PSM5 is one test in the PSM series, which is designed for grades 3-8. PSMs are intended to measure students' problem-solving performance related to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (i.e., content and practices). In addition to sharing validity evidence connected to the PSM5, we discuss implications for its use in current research and practice.
Bostic, Jonathan D.; Matney, Gabriel; Sondergeld, Toni; and Stone, Gregory, "Measuring What We Intend: A Validation Argument for the Grade 5 Problem-Solving Measure (PSM5)" (2020). School of Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 62.
Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning
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