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1

What reference governs testing?

NAVEDTRA 132

2

State the purpose of a testing program

to ensure a quality testing process is implemented to effectively assess the trainee's achievement of learning.

3

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: NMETC/Naval Education and Training Command.

Testing policy guidance.

4

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: NMETC Academic Directorate/NETC N7

Oversight and monitors compliance by learning centers

5

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: learning centers Commanding Officer

Serves as CCA; incorporates TYCOM test banks

6

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Director of Training

Ensures testing programs are conducted.

7

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Learning Standards Officer (LSO).

Provides guidance to curriculum developers on testing.

8

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Curriculum Control Model Manager (CCMM)

Approves test design; maintains test bank

9

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Curriculum Developer

Designs/develops testing plan.

10

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: learning site/Det CO/OIC

Implements testing plan

11

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Testing Officer

Test administration, grading, scores tests, maintains test bank.

12

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Course Supervisor

Ensures, monitors, validates admin, security, and test item analysis

13

Explain the roles and responsibilities for an effective testing program: Participating Activities

Provides comments, feedback, new test items, and maintains test and test item analysis data.

14

State the primary course source data for creating test items.

Job Duty Task Analysis (JDTA)

15

List usable course source data to be used when the primary course source data is not available or has not been created.

Use a combination of Occupational Standards (OCCSTD), Course Training Task List (CTTL), Personal Performance Profile (PPP) Table, and a Curriculum Outline of Instruction (COI).

16

Define Formal Testing

Graded and is used in the calculation of the trainees final grade.

17

Define Informal Testing

May or may not be graded - regardless the grade will not be used in the calculation of the trainees final grade.

18

Define the following proficiency levels and the definition of the three levels contained with each.

-Skill: level 1 imitation; level 2 Repetition; level 3 Habit
-Knowledge: level 1 knowledge/comprehension; level 2 application/analysis; level 3 synthesis/evaluation.

19

List and discuss the five categories for performance and knowledge tests.

-Pre-test: validation of material, prerequisite.
-Progress test: given after blocks of instruction.
-Comprehensive test: Final course exam.
-Oral test: Normally administered by board.
-Quiz: tests recently taught material.

20

Discuss the process for piloting a test.

Reviewed by SME, piloting by CCMM and forwarded to the Learning Standards Officer (LSO) for approval, testing trainees who are at the end stages, surveying trainee test results, using test item analysis and survey to improve the test.

21

Describe the use of Job Sheet as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Direct trainee step-by-step performance.

22

Describe the use of Problem Sheet as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Present practical problems that require analysis.

23

Describe the use of Assignment Sheet as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Direct the study or homework efforts of trainees

24

Describe the use of Multiple-choice as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Most versatile of all knowledge test.

25

Describe the use of True or False as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Test questions that is either true or false.

26

Describe the use of Matching as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Two lists of connected words/phrases/pictures/symbols.

27

Describe the use of Completion as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Allow free response.

28

Describe the use of Labeling as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Measure ability to recall facts.

29

Describe the use of Essay as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Requires written response.

30

Describe the use of Case Study as it relates to knowledge and performance tests.

Used for complex issues for comprehension understanding.