Reliability and Validity importance of assessments and learning

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Reliability and Validity importance of assessments and learning by Mind Map: Reliability and Validity importance of assessments and learning

1. Strengths

1.1. Content validity:Checks to see if the test measures the instructional objective

1.2. Concurrent criterion-related validity: can be given at the same time for validation.

2. Threats

2.1. Content Validity: Correlation and causality can be confused

2.2. Construct Validity: has no accepted second measure

3. Weaknesses

3.1. Content validity: gives info that the test is valid but not the reading level or if conctruction is poor and it is the minimum requirement for a useful test rather than a good test.

3.2. Predictive criterion related validity:does not measure whether the test does a good job of predicting.

4. Opportunities

4.1. Content Validity: can be a negative or positive correlation

4.2. Concurrent criterion-related validity: less expensive, or shorter, or can be administer in groups.

5. Predictive criterion-related validity:good for aptitude tests

6. Predictive criterion-related validity: can measure something worthwhile

7. Construct Validty:There is a relationship to other information which corresponds well with some theory.

8. Construct Validity: has no anchor

9. Test-retest reliability: is given twice

10. Test-re-test reliability: some memory or experience is involved.

11. Test-retest reliability: opportunities for change: longer intervals between tests.

12. Test-re-test reliability: students remember or if long interval can forget

13. Alternate forms: Two equivalent test forms and eliminates memory

14. Alternate forms: takes a great deal of effort to develop one good test.

15. Internal Consistency: items should be correlated

16. Internal consistency: free from memory and involves one administration

17. Internal consistency: inflated estimates