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Assessments by Mind Map: Assessments

1. Test/Restest- The extent of the same test items evaluated at two different yields producing the same results.

1.1. Inter-Observer- The extent of which different observers evaluate the same assessments and agree on the overall results.

1.1.1. Parallel-forms- The extent by which two different measurements yield comparable results. Split-half- compares half of a set of test items with the other half to determine if they yield similar results.

2. Reliability

2.1. is a determination of the consistency of a measurement of skills or knowledge yielding similar results.

3. Validity- determines if the instrument that is capable of measuring what it is supposed to measure.

3.1. Content validity- determines if an overall sample of the actual content being measured is properly represented.

3.1.1. Criterion validity- deals with the accuracy of a measure. Construct validity- makes sure that the assessment is a true measurement of what it claims to measure.