Candidate Surveys on Program Evaluation : Examining Instrument Reliability , Validity and Program Effectiveness

@inproceedings{Bhatnagar2014CandidateSO,
  title={Candidate Surveys on Program Evaluation : Examining Instrument Reliability , Validity and Program Effectiveness},
  author={Ruchi Bhatnagar and Jihye Kim and Joyce E. Many},
  year={2014}
}
This self-study conducted by an urban college of education examined the effectiveness of its teacher education programs in emphasizing its social justice conceptual framework, as perceived by its teacher candidates. The study included development of an electronic survey based on the ten learning outcomes of the unit’s conceptual framework, and testing the internal consistency reliability and the construct validity of the survey items. The survey was administered to teacher education candidates… CONTINUE READING

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