validity

tinkamumas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Vertinimo laipsnis, kuriuo nustatoma, kiek matuojami daiktai ar reiškiniai atitinka tikrovę; pvz., mokinių pažangumas matuojamas dešimties balų sistema. Visada kyla klausimas, ar pažymys atspindi tikrąjį pažangumą – atitinka tikrovę, ar mokytojas tikrai vertina tik pažangumą, o ne kokią kitą savybę (darbštumą, simpatingumą, nesimpatingumą, mokinio jausmus, intelektą ir pan.). Šį klausimą bando spręsti diagnostikos tinkamumo teorija, kuri apima mokslinius, praktinius, matematinius šios problemos aspektus. Jei vertinimas atitinka tikrovę, jis laikomas tinkamu, pagrįstu, galiojančiu vertinimu. atitikmenys: angl. validity vok. Gültigkeit rus. действенность ryšiai: dar žiūrėkpatikimumas

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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