Learning and Evaluation/Archive/Learning modules/3Criterion Validity
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Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Reliability & Validity
Part 3: Question Construction
Part 4: Response Options
Part 5: Questionnaire structure
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Does the measure produce results that correspond with a superior one?
Does the measure correspond with another known/valid measure?
- Objective: A program leader wants to know the quality of articles that students produce in a Wikipedia Education Program.
- 1. Very poor criterion validity: Program leader relies only on self-report of respondents.
- 2. Poor criterion validity: Program leader measures the number of good articles as the only measurement for quality.
- 3. Better criterion validity: Number of good articles and compares this to peer or teacher assessment of student's work.