Validating college outcomes with self-developed instruments: Issues in maximizing contextual validity
Contextual validity for an instrument requires the integration of the multiplicity of perspectives and purposes into its design and the fidelity of its elicited mode of performance with post-college settings. This document illustrates how the strategies and elements of the contextual validity of specific instruments can be shown by describing and analyzing the history of two instruments.
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Rogers, Glen, "Validating college outcomes with self-developed instruments: Issues in maximizing contextual validity" (1988). Academic Affairs Faculty and Staff Books and Book Chapters. 19.
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans