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Validity and Reliability by Mind Map: Validity and Reliability

1. Important to learning and assessment because teachers can learn about academic levels and more efficient tests

2. This includes making sure tests are used for specific outcomes and purposes

3. Tests can have a variety of purposes and should be used accordingly

4. Consists of two ways to measure children’s abilities using one or a combination of traits

5. Internal Consistency

6. Reliability

6.1. Tests reliability is another important part in how tests are evaluated.

6.2. Important to learning and assessment because teachers can learn about academic levels and more efficient tests

6.3. This involves the consistency level of students who are administered the test over a period.

7. Test-Retest or Stability

8. Alternate Forms or Equivalence

9. Taking the test more than once to obtain an estimation score

10. This includes giving students different forms of test to determine correlation scores.

11. Split-half or odd-even means the test is split for determining correlation consistencies

12. Kuder-Richardson tests for common factors

13. Types of Validity Evidence

14. Content

15. Criterion-related

16. Types of Reliability Methods

17. Consists of using simple questions to assess student’s area of learning.

18. Involves how scores are correlated with each other and consists of two types

19. Concurrent relates to measurements validity of scores at the same time

20. Predictive relates to predicting students performances over a specific period

21. Validity

22. This validity is theory related, which involves how it is related to other factors information

23. Construct