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Making appropriate & ethical choices in large-scale assessments
by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in Oak Brook, IL, [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Other titles||Making appropriate and ethical choices in large-scale assessments|
|Statement||by Gregory Bell.|
|Contributions||Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)|
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In this mixed-methods study we investigated the development of a generalized ethics decision-making model that can be applied in considering ethical dilemmas related to student assessment. Adhere to the highest standards of ethical and professional behavior. Measure the effectiveness of HR in contributing to or achieving organizational goals. Comply with the law. Work consistent.
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Making Appropriate & Ethical Choices in Large-Scale Assessments: A Model Policy Code. Bell, Gregory This set of policy statements is intended to provide guidance to those who evaluate and select assessments, prepare students for those assessments, administer and score the tests, and interpret and use assessment results to make decisions about students and : Gregory Bell.
Making appropriate & ethical choices in large-scale assessments: a model policy code. [Gregory Ernest Bell; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)] -- This set of policy statements is intended to provide guidance to those who evaluate and select assessments, prepare students for those assessments, administer and score the tests, and interpret and.
Get this from a library. The test of testing: making appropriate and ethical choices in assessment. [Gregory Bell; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)] -- The realities of inappropriate and sometimes unethical testing practices must be confronted to make sure that current assessments are as reliable and effective as possible.
While this paper does not. In this article, the following tips for constructing this type of examination are provided: use “true” dilemmas, select an appropriate ethical issue, target high-level cognitive tasks, list.
With regard to ethical decision making, we are concerned with the ethical “shoulds.” These ethical “shoulds” relate to your duties and obli-gations as a professional.
They involve choosing among the core professional values or between your obligations as a professional and your per-sonal obligations, perhaps even to your fam-ily. A key File Size: KB. Ethical Issues & Needs Assessments. Febru Uncategorized cam There are ethical challenges that I may face when conducting a needs assessment.
Ethical challenges and needs assessments almost go hand in hand. The first ethical challenge is how the data will be used. Knowing the true intentions of the information collected and. The first ethical system in normative ethics, utilitarianism, is often equated with the concept of “the greatest good for the greatest number.” The idea is that ethical decisions are made based on the consequences of the action, which is why it is also sometimes called consequentialism.
Interestingly, Curtin, Gallicano and Matthew found. The foundation of ethical decision-making involves choice and balance; it is a guide to discard bad choices in favor of good ones. Therefore, in making ethical decisions, one of the first questions to consider is 'what a reasonable man would do in this situation?'For tougher decisions, advisors may find three rules of management helpful.
Ethical Considerations T he consideration of ethics in research, and in general business for that matter, is of growing importance. It is, therefore, critical that you understand the basics of ethical research and how this might affect your research project.
This is especially important if your research involves inter. Making good ethical decisions requires a trained sensitivity to ethical issues and a practiced method for exploring the ethical aspects of a decision and weighing the considerations that should impact our choice of a course of action.
Having a method for ethical decision making is absolutely essential. When practiced regularly, the method. SUMMARY OF THE STEPS OF THE ETHICAL DECISION MAKING PROCESS 1. Gather the facts 3.
Define the ethical issues 4. Identify the affected parties (stakeholders) 5. Identify the consequences 6. Identify the obligations (principles, rights, justice) 7.
Consider your character and integrity 8. Think creatively about potential actions 9. Check your gut. Ethical decision-making refers to the process of evaluating and choosing among alternatives in a manner consistent with ethical principles. In making ethical decisions, it is necessary to perceive and eliminate unethical options and select the best ethical alternative.
ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Ethics in assessment. Ethics in Assessment The assessment of ethics Embedding ethics in assessment involves decision-making in ways appropriate to a particular educational context or situation.
These decisions involve the selection and articulation of learning outcomes, the ways in which students will provide evidence.
In confining ethical decision making to a business or group context, decisions on ethics are necessarily limited to actions and words (e.g., no deceit in sales promotion, use words to manipulate performance, ).
Right behavior can be evaluated though actions and words, but there is no way to know one's thoughts. Wayne ITC Bulletin:Test Ethics in the USA Use and Consequences of Assessments in the USA: Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues Wayne J.
Camara The College Board, Princeton Junction NJ, USA Tests and assessments in the USA have taken on additional burdens as their uses have been greatly ex-panded by educators, employers, and policy. Making ethical choices requires the ability to make distinctions between competing options.
Here are seven steps to help you make better decisions: Stop and think: This provides several benefits. It prevents rash decisions, prepares us for more thoughtful discernment, and can allow us to mobilize our discipline. [Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists]  The following basic steps typify approaches to ethical decision making: 1.
Identification of the individuals and groups potentially affected by the decision. Identification of ethically relevant issues and practices, including the interests,File Size: KB. • 3 • ACA Code of Ethics Purpose The ACA Code of Ethics serves six main purposes: 1. The Code sets forth the ethical obligations of ACA members and provides guidance intended to inform the ethical practice of professional counselors.
The Code identifies ethical considerations relevant to professional counselors and counselors-in-training. The Code. Allocating weights to the decision criteria is unnecessary if a. all criteria are relevant. all criteria are equally relevant. there are only two. there are three or more criteria.
a team is not making the decision. Purpose of the Ethics Self-Assessment Members of the American College of Healthcare Executives agree, as a condition of membership, to abide by ACHE’s Code of Ethics.
The Code provides an overall standard of conduct and includes specific standards of ethical behavior to guide healthcare executives in their professional relationships.Running head: Ethical Assessment.
Ethical Self-Assessment. Ethical Self- Assessment “The purpose of the American College of Health care Executives ethical self-assessment is to assist recognize a person’s ethical locations in which they are strong in, or those that need more reflection”, (PAINS, ).Books shelved as assessment: Assessing Student Learning: A Common Sense Guide, Second Edition by Linda Suskie, Checking for Understanding: Formative Asse.