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Validity and Reliability by Mind Map: Validity and Reliability
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Validity and Reliability

Kubiszyn, T. & Borich, G. (2010). Educational testing & measurement : Classroom application and practice. (9th ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.

The function of the three reliabilities in learning and assessment are:

Test - retest reliability

Three types of Validity

Internal Consistency reliability

Three types of Reliability

Test -retest reliability is important for learning and assessment

Alternative reliability

Internal consistency reliability is important to learning and assessment

Construct validity

Content validity

Reliability is the consistent results produced by measurement a devices.

Alternative reliability is important for learning and assessment

Construct validity is important to learning and assessment

Validity is the degree to which evidence support the accuracy of test -based inferences.

The meaning of content, criterion-related, and construct validity

Content validity is important for learning and assessments

The meaning of test-retest, alternative, and internal reliability

Reliability: Does it test yield consistent results.

Validity and reliability play a major role in learning and assessment. They provide the methods and tools necessary to conduct various forms of measurements. These methods and tools help guarantee that the tests are measuring what they are claiming to measure, and the measurements are consistent. Validity and reliability are refered to as the truthfulness of something.

Validity: Does it test measure what it claims to measure.

Criterion - related validity

Criterion - related validity is important to learning and assessment

The function of the three validities in learning and assessment are: