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Social, Legal, and Ethical Implications of Test

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Kim Rodel Camillo

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of Social, Legal, and Ethical Implications of Test

Social, Legal, and Ethical Implications of Test
Criticisms of Testing
Invasion of Privacy
Creation of Anxiety and Interference in Learning
Permanent Categorization of Students (Tracking)
Penalizing Bright and Creative Students
Discrimination against Minority Students
Measurement of Limited and Superficial Aspect of Behavior
Invasion of Privacy
Whether tests represents an invasion of privacy or not depends in part on how they are used. For sure, there is no invasion of privacy if the subjects were told how the test results will be used and if the subjects volunteered.
1. Teachers cannot post the grades of students.
Chase (1976)
1974 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Step 3
Step 4
Anastasi and Urbina (1997)
1. Purpose of testing
2. Relevance of information
3. Informed Consent
4. Confidentiality
2. Teachers cannot display the works of their students as an example of poor or excellent work.
3. Teachers are not allowed to let the students grade or correct any other student's paper.
4. Teachers cannot ask students to raise their hands to determine if they answered correctly or incorrectly to any item.
5. Teachers cannot distribute test papers in a manner that will permit other students to observe the scores of others.
6. Teachers cannot assume that letters of recommendations requested by students will be kept confidential.
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