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In comparing Renaissance STAR Reading and Renaissance STAR Math to the SBA, connections in data indicate a strong relationship between the two tests.

Concurrent correlations by grade ranged between 0.81 and 0.86, well above the 0.7 threshold industry standard indicating a strong relationship between the two tests.

Several databases were searched for empirical research on rubrics, resulting in a total of 75 studies relevant for this review.

Conclusions are that: (1) the reliable scoring of performance assessments can be enhanced by the use of rubrics, especially if they are analytic, topic-specific, and complemented with exemplars and/or rater training; (2) rubrics do not facilitate valid judgment of performance assessments per se.

Summative usability testing is used to obtain measures to establish a usability benchmark or to compare results with usability requirements.

The usability requirements should be task-based, and should tie directly to product requirements, including results from analytic tools such as personas, scenarios, and task analysis.

Thousands of experts and educators work together on a thorough and detailed process to create tests that are fair and accurate.

Testing may validate a number of objective and subjective characteristics, including task completion, time on task, error rates, and user satisfaction.

The main purpose of a summative test is to evaluate a product through defined measures, rather than diagnosis and correction of specific design problems, as in formative evaluation.

– Renaissance Learning, a K12 assessment and learning analytics company with a presence in more than a third of U. schools, today announced the validation of its Renaissance STAR Reading and Renaissance STAR Math programs as solid indicators of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) summative exam.

The study was conducted over the 2014–2015 school year with over 50,000 students from four states (CA, OR, WA and CT), with results demonstrating Renaissance Learning platform’s ability to directly predict student performance on the summative Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA).