Test Evaluation

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Test Evaluation by Mind Map: Test Evaluation

1. Reliability

2. Validity

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4. inspect test questions,

5. Does the test measure instructional objectives, HST- Does the test align with state academic standards?

6. Content Validity Evidence

7. Criterion related validity evidence

8. correlation coefficient or validity coefficient

9. concurrent criterion-related validity evidence

10. predictive validity evidence

11. construct validity evidence

12. test-retest or stability

13. alternate forms or equivalence

14. Internal consistancy

15. split-half method

16. kuder-richardson methods or item-total correlations

17. problems with internal consistency estimates -these are free from memory and practice effects

18. Gets the same or similar ranks when the test is repeated.. Through ellimination of the possiblity of reliabity inconsistencies we know that decisions made on instructional materials and student placement will be solid decisions.

19. This tells us if the test is testing what it should. Knowing if the test is valid will help in making decisions about classroom objectives, instructional materials, student placement and or referral to resources.

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