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ArtikelParent Ratings Using the Chinese Version of the Parent Gifted Rating ScalesSchool Form Reliability and Validity for Chinese Students  
Oleh: Li, Huijun ; Lee, Donghyuck
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 68 no. 04 (Aug. 2008), page 659-675.
Topik: Chinese parent ratings; Gifted Rating Scales; reliability; validity
Fulltext: 659.pdf (155.71KB)
Isi artikelThis study examined the reliability and validity of the scores of a Chinese-translated version of the Gifted Rating Scales–School Form (GRS-S) using parents as raters and explored the effects of gender and grade on the ratings. A total of 222 parents participated in the study and rated their child independently using the Chinese version of the Parent GRS-S (CVPGRS-S). Results indicate high reliability for parent rating scores and statistically significant correlations between CVPGRS-S scale scores and students’ classroom academic achievement scores. The effect sizes of the relationships were moderate. Results revealed no statistically significant grade effect on any of the six CVPGRS-S scales; small but statistically significant differences in favor of females on the six CVPGRS-S scales were found. However, the effect size was small. Research results suggest that the Chinese-translated parent version of the GRS-S holds promise for use with Chinese parents.
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