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ArtikelConstruct Validity Evidence for Enrichment Clausters and Regular Classroom : Are They Different as Student See Them ?  
Oleh: Gable, Robert K. ; Gentry, Marcia ; Maxfield, Lori R.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 58 no. 2 (1998), page 258-274.
Topik: validity; learning; attitude surveys; students
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Isi artikelThe primary purpose of this study was to examine the dimensionality of students' attitudes toward regular classroom activities and enrichment clusters. The secondary purpose was to report the development of two student attitude surveys, one regarding regular classroom learning situations and the other regarding enrichment clusters. A total of 379 students involved in both regular classrooms and enrichment clusters completed parallel surveys designed to assess their attitudes toward these learning situations with respect to challenge, interest, meaning, choice and enjoyment. Factor analytic procedures yielded four factors for each attitudes survey with estimates of internal consistency ranging from 0,70 to 0,93. The analyses allowed examination of the construct validity of scores on both instruments while providing insight that the derived factors were not identical for the regular classroom activities and enrichment clusters.
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