Reliability and Validity

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Reliability and Validity by Mind Map: Reliability and Validity

1. Content, Criterion, and Concurrent Validity compares test results with a known test.

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2. Predictive Validity predicts future behavior of student. This test shows an outline of possible goals a student may want to set and reach. It helps students find a path.

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3. Construct Validity is a reference to a given theory. It helps the student achieve goals by themselves.

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4. Stablility or Retest Reliability is important because it can be taken again to show improvements. Gives the student and opportunity to study nand make a better score.

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5. Alternate Form Reliability gives a slightly different version of the test. Both of the scores from the tests are averaged together.

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6. Internal Consistency Reliability enables the instructor to compare one part of the test to another. Gives the student an opportunity at a better score.

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