Validity and Reliability

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Validity and Reliability by Mind Map: Validity and Reliability

1. Answers questions relative to the stability and clarity of an examination

2. Reliability is a necessary but not sufficient condition to Validity

3. Validity relates to question about reason ability of content, criterion and construct associated with the learning objectives and assessments.

4. "Did the test we created really measure what we hoped it would measure?"

5. Specifically, a correlation ranging from 0= Completely Unreliable 1= Perfectly Reliable

5.1. Reliability is also a measure of error within an examination which includes: Poor wording, ambiguity, correct answer issues, and failure to link with objects.

6. Reliability, "Was the measure of student ability reached by accident through chance, or was it reached through a clear and stable and meaningful examination?

7. Statistical

8. Evaluative

9. Validity

9.1. Construct

9.1.1. New Node

9.2. Criterion

9.2.1. Concurrent Criterion- Related Evidence

9.2.2. Predictive Validity Evidence

9.3. Content

9.3.1. Spelling

9.3.2. Grammar

9.3.3. Punctuation

9.3.4. Comprehension

9.4. Predictive

9.4.1. Capable of anticipating some later measure

9.5. Face

9.5.1. Related to the test overall appearance

10. Reliability

10.1. Test- Retest or Stability

10.2. Altermate Form or Equivalence

10.3. Internal Consistency

10.3.1. Split-Half Method

10.3.2. Kuder-Richardson Methods

10.4. Interpreter

10.5. Is a statistic

10.6. Equivalency related to the co-occurrence two ittems

10.7. Stability

11. References

11.1. Kubiszyn, T. & Borich, G. (2010). Educational testing & measurement: Classroom application and practice (9th ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.

12. Examination Score Quality

13. Both Concepts relate to the score not the test.

14. "Assessments must be both valid and reliable in order to give an accurate demonstration of student learning. Never give a test or other assessment without a specific educational objective in mind. Objectively evaluating your assessments for validity and reliability will reduce stress in the classroom and ensure that educational goals are met."