Types of Validity/ Reliability

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Types of Validity/ Reliability by Mind Map: Types of Validity/ Reliability

1. Kuder Richardson methods

1.1. Determines if questions have a common ground and can be put together

1.2. It is a fairly consistent method, it does not change with the each passing test, which leads to better testing

2. Criterion Related Validity

2.1. Predictive Validity

2.1.1. Examines future behavior of examinees

2.1.2. Provides a numeric value to show where the student sits on test

2.2. Concurrent criterion

2.2.1. Offers a test and study test then finds a correlation between the scores

2.2.2. Provides a numeric value which can be illustrated on a chart to show differences

3. Construct Validity

3.1. Relates information to a theory

3.2. Correlates coaching of classwork to test expecting improvement

4. Importance of Content Validity

4.1. Established by inspecting test question

4.2. Relates test to objective

4.3. Matches test to objectives

4.4. Makes sure test ask level specific questions

5. Final Thought

5.1. Validity and Reliabilty are important to learning and assessment becuase they can determine

5.1.1. if objectives are being met

5.1.2. assessment question have a common goal

5.1.3. difference in scoring between assessments

5.1.4. if students are grasping the information

5.1.5. if students are understanding the material being taught

6. Test Retest or Stability

6.1. Examines scores between the two test determining if it reliable

6.2. Can show a student's score and give an idea of of how they are doing

7. Alternate Forms or Equivalence

7.1. Gives an estimate of two equal tests and may be able to show if the test are reliable

7.2. teachers can decide which test scores to use and if the test is doing its job

8. Internal Consistency

8.1. Split half methods

8.1.1. Test are shorter because the questions are split into two parts

8.1.2. Easier to determine which questions are not meeting the standard