The degree to which a test or measurement accurately measures what it is intended to measure.
- Self-assessment vs External Evaluation (Validity in Training)
- In-house vs External Evaluation (Choosing Evaluators)
- Competencies vs Skills in Evaluation (Defining Outcomes)
- Custom vs Standard Evaluation Forms (Choosing Tools)
- Direct vs Indirect Evaluation Methods (Choosing Tools)
- 360-degree Feedback vs Self-evaluation (Sources of Input)
- Criterion-referenced vs Norm-referenced Evaluation (Assessment Types)
- Evaluation Design: Experimental vs Non-experimental (Research Methods)
Validity in criterion-referenced assessment
The extent to which an assessment measures the specific skills or knowledge being evaluated.
Validity in training
The extent to which a training program accurately measures and assesses the intended learning outcomes.
Methods used to assess the accuracy and relevance of research findings or assessment tools.
Measurements of success based on the values and goals of an organization or individual.
A statement that describes the unique benefits and value that a product or service offers to its customers.