Research paper writing | Education homework help
I need assistance getting caught up in my classes , I have four modules that are past due. Each module has two – 2 page single space requirements, that relates to specific chapters in two online textbooks. Or a discussion post and one two page paper. (see attachments). I’m willing to pay $50 for each of the four modules, but one module at a time. I will post them separately. However, I am favorable for one person to take each of the four assignments in order for them to sound similar in tone. No plagiarism
Instrumentation and Georgia’s Testing Program
First, read the assigned chapters SSR and RMP chapters on validity and reliability and the website documents on validity and reliability. Second, read the Georgia Milestones Brief and the EOCT Brief for this assignment. The Milestones Brief contains less information than the EOCT Brief about validity and reliability. The final document should be approximately two single-spaced pages in length. Word the paper in such a way that you understand the concepts of Instrumentation, and could explain it, if asked.
In no less than one paragraph for each section, discuss the following about the Georgia Milestones Assessment and EOCT Brief:
- Overview (A brief overview, including to whom, by whom, and how it is administered)
- Instrument (a discussion of the instrument – how it is scored, how the results are used)
- Validity (provide a detailed discussion of how validity is established – kind(s) of validity used)
- Reliability (provide a detailed discussion of how reliability is established – kind(s) of reliability used)
Under Part I: The Instrument, you saw two lists, one of researcher-completed instruments, one of subject-completed instruments.
Chose one of the instruments listed and provide a brief description of what it is and how you might use it in your current or future practice. Try Googling one you’ve never heard of, perhaps a sociometric device?
Note: Your comment to this discussion should be at least 250 words in length to receive full credit. At least one reply to another student’s comment is required for full credit with a minimum length of 3-5 sentences.