Learning and Assesment

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Learning and Assesment by Mind Map: Learning and Assesment

1. Validity Evidence

1.1. "A test has validity evidence if we can demonstrate that it measures what it says it measures" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p329).

2. Content Validity Evidence

2.1. Determines whether the test is covering the correct content and material.

3. Criterion-Related Validity Evidence

3.1. Concurrent criterion-related validity evidence

3.1.1. "Concurrent validity evidence is determined by correlating test scores with a criterion measure collected at the same time" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p.339).

3.2. Predictive validity evidence

3.2.1. "Predictive validity evidence is determined by correlating test scores with a criterion measure collected after a period of time has passed (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p.340).

4. Construct Validity Evidence

4.1. Evaluates whether test scores relate with other vairables as predicted they should.

5. Test-Retest or Stability

5.1. Test is given multiple times to find a correlationg between the scores on different attempts.

6. Internal Consistency

6.1. Split-Half Method

6.1.1. "Divides a test into halves and then correlates the halves with one another" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p.349).

6.2. Kuder-Richardson methods

6.2.1. "Determine the extent to which the entire test represents a single, fairly consisten measure of the concept" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p.349).

7. Reliability

7.1. "Reliability refers to the stability of a test score over repeated administrations" (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010, p.349).

8. Alternate Forms of Equivalence

8.1. Two or more tests are given in varying but equivalent forms to the same group to correlate their scores.

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