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Properties of Assessment
Methods
Validity
Reliability
Fairness
Practicality and Efficiency
Ethics
Properties of Assessment
Methods
Validity
Validity
Is the degree to which a test
measures what is supposed to
measure.
Validity
Content
Validity
Criterion
Validity
Predictiv
e Validity
Concurre
nt
Validity
Construc
t Validity
Content
ValidityPreditive
ValidityCriterion
ValidityConstruct
ValidityPreditive
Validity
Concurrent
ValidityIt is the degr...
Content
ValidityPreditive
ValidityCriterion
ValidityConstruct
ValidityPreditive
Validity
Concurrent
Validity
Is the degree...
Content
ValidityPreditive
ValidityCriterion
ValidityConstruct
ValidityPreditive
Validity
Concurrent
Validity
Refers to the...
Content
ValidityPreditive
ValidityCriterion
ValidityConstruct
ValidityPreditive
Validity
Concurrent
Validity
Refers to the...
Content
ValidityPreditive
ValidityCriterion
ValidityConstruct
ValidityPreditive
Validity
Concurrent
Validity
It is when th...
Reliability
Reliability
Is the degree to which an
assessment tool produces
stable and consistent results.
Reliability
Refers to the instrument’s
consistency and stability.
Reliability
Inter-rater
Alternate
forms
Internal
consisten
cy
Test-re-
test
Used to assess the
degree to which different
raters or observers give
consistent estimates of the
same phenomenon.
Inter-
...
Used to assess the
consistency of a measure
from one time to another.
Test-re-
test
Used to assess the
consistency of the results of
two tests constructed in the
same way from the same
way from the same con...
Split-half Method
Internal
consisten
cy
Cronbach’s Alpha
Average Inter-item Correlation
Average Item-total Correlation
Fairness
Fairness
Students need to know exactly
what the learning targets are
and what method of
assessment will be used.
Assessment has to be viewed as
an opportunity to learn rather
than an opportunity to weed
out poor and slow learners.
Fair...
Practicality
and
Efficiency
Practicality and Efficiency
 Teachers should be familiar
with the test.
 Number of items is not
complicated.
 Implement...
Ethics
Ethics
The term “ethics” refers to the
question of right and wrong.
Ethics
Webster Dictionary defines
ETHICAL as “conforming to the
standards of conduct of a given
profession or group.”
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  1. 1. Properties of Assessment Methods
  2. 2. Validity Reliability Fairness Practicality and Efficiency Ethics Properties of Assessment Methods
  3. 3. Validity
  4. 4. Validity Is the degree to which a test measures what is supposed to measure.
  5. 5. Validity Content Validity Criterion Validity Predictiv e Validity Concurre nt Validity Construc t Validity
  6. 6. Content ValidityPreditive ValidityCriterion ValidityConstruct ValidityPreditive Validity Concurrent ValidityIt is the degree which test items match some objective criterion. Content Validity
  7. 7. Content ValidityPreditive ValidityCriterion ValidityConstruct ValidityPreditive Validity Concurrent Validity Is the degree to which a test measures an attribute or quality it is supposed to measure. Construc t Validity
  8. 8. Content ValidityPreditive ValidityCriterion ValidityConstruct ValidityPreditive Validity Concurrent Validity Refers to the degree or extent to which scores on a test can predict later behavior or test scores. Predictiv e Validity
  9. 9. Content ValidityPreditive ValidityCriterion ValidityConstruct ValidityPreditive Validity Concurrent Validity Refers to the degree of relationship between scores on a test or scale on another measure of established validity given at about the same time. Concurre nt Validity
  10. 10. Content ValidityPreditive ValidityCriterion ValidityConstruct ValidityPreditive Validity Concurrent Validity It is when the test item is judged against a specific criterion. Criterion Validity
  11. 11. Reliability
  12. 12. Reliability Is the degree to which an assessment tool produces stable and consistent results.
  13. 13. Reliability Refers to the instrument’s consistency and stability.
  14. 14. Reliability Inter-rater Alternate forms Internal consisten cy Test-re- test
  15. 15. Used to assess the degree to which different raters or observers give consistent estimates of the same phenomenon. Inter- rater
  16. 16. Used to assess the consistency of a measure from one time to another. Test-re- test
  17. 17. Used to assess the consistency of the results of two tests constructed in the same way from the same way from the same content Alternate forms
  18. 18. Split-half Method Internal consisten cy Cronbach’s Alpha Average Inter-item Correlation Average Item-total Correlation
  19. 19. Fairness
  20. 20. Fairness Students need to know exactly what the learning targets are and what method of assessment will be used.
  21. 21. Assessment has to be viewed as an opportunity to learn rather than an opportunity to weed out poor and slow learners. Fairness
  22. 22. Practicality and Efficiency
  23. 23. Practicality and Efficiency  Teachers should be familiar with the test.  Number of items is not complicated.  Implementable
  24. 24. Ethics
  25. 25. Ethics The term “ethics” refers to the question of right and wrong.
  26. 26. Ethics Webster Dictionary defines ETHICAL as “conforming to the standards of conduct of a given profession or group.”
  27. 27. Thank You For Your Cooperation! 
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