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2. content validity evidence matches or ?ts the instructional objectives. In a high-stakes

3. testing context, content validity evidence answers the question

4. state academic standards?

4.1. (Kubiszyn 330)

5. Concurrent Criterion Validity- "The concurrent validity evidence for a test is determined by administering both the

6. new test and the established test to a group of respondents, then ?nding the correlation

7. between the two sets of test scores. If there exists an established test (criterion) in which TYPES OF VALIDITY EVIDENCE 331

8. most people have con?dence, criterion-related validity evidence provides a good method

9. of estimating the validity of a new test for this use. "

9.1. (Kubiszyn 330-331)

10. Kubiszyn, Tom. Educational Testing and Measurement: Classroom Application and Practice, 9th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, 102009. <vbk:9780470571880#page(330)>.

11. Predictive Validity - "Predictive validity evidence refers to how well the

12. test predicts some future behavior of the examinees. This form of validity evidence is

13. particularly useful and important for aptitude tests, which attempt to predict how well

14. test takers will do in some future setting."

14.1. (Kubiszyn 331)

15. Construct Validity - "A test has construct validity evidence if its relationship to other information corresponds

16. well with some theory."

16.1. (Kubiszyn 332)

17. Reliability

18. Test, Retest or Stability - "Test

19. The test is given twice and the correlation between the ?rst set of scores and the second

20. set of scores is determined."

20.1. (Kubiszyn 341)

21. Alternate Forms or Equivalence - "If there are two equivalent forms of a test, these forms can be used to obtain an estimate

22. of the reliability of the scores from the test. Both forms are administered to a group of

23. students, and the correlation between the two sets of scores is determined."

23.1. (Kubiszyn 343)

24. Kubiszyn, Tom. Educational Testing and Measurement: Classroom Application and Practice, 9th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, 102009. <vbk:9780470571880#page(343)>.