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Validity & Reliability by Mind Map: Validity & Reliability

1. Content Validity Evidence: checks to see if the test items match with the instructional objectives.

1.1. Action Point 1

1.2. Action Point 2

2. Alternative Forms Relaibility: When two equivalent exams are given to the same students, then the scores are checked to see if they correlate with each other.

2.1. Goals

2.1.1. Goal 1

2.1.2. Goal 2

2.2. Rules

2.2.1. Session Rule 1

2.2.2. Session Rule 2

2.3. Define Problems

2.4. Capture Ideas

2.5. Prioritize Ideas

2.6. Define Action Points

3. Test- Retest Reliability: The same test is given to the students twice inorder to check the correlation between both sets of scores.

3.1. Problem 1

3.2. Problem 2

4. Internal Consistency: Splits the test into two equivalent halves, then the scores are checked to see if the scores correlate with each other.

4.1. Idea 1

4.1.1. Sub Idea 1

4.1.2. Sub Idea 2

4.2. Idea 2

4.3. Idea 3

4.4. Idea 4

5. Predictive Validity Evidence: checks the validity of a test to see if it can predict the future behavior of a test taker.

5.1. High Priority

5.2. Medium Priority

5.3. Low Priority

6. Criterion Related Validity Evidence: Checks how well a new test matches-up to an established test.