Validity and Reliability

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Validity and Reliability by Mind Map: Validity and Reliability

1. Internal Consistency

1.1. Kuder Richardson method

2. Split half method

3. content validity evidence

3.1. One problem with this is that is sometimes measure if a test "looks" valid, which might not take in consideration the reading level of the student, etc.

3.2. does the test match the learning objectives

4. Criterion related validity evidence

4.1. concurrent

4.2. predicitve

5. Validity

6. Reliability

7. Alternate forms

8. test and retest or stability

8.1. time interval between the tests must be considered or the reliability won't be measured, but the memory of the student.

9. construct validity evidence