Further Validation of the Learning Alliance Inventory

  title={Further Validation of the Learning Alliance Inventory},
  author={Daniel T. Rogers},
  journal={Teaching of Psychology},
  pages={19 - 25}
This study further examined the reliability and validity of the Learning Alliance Inventory (LAI), a self-report measure designed to assess the working alliance between a student and a teacher. The LAI was found to have good internal consistency and test–retest reliability, and it demonstrated the predicted convergence with measures of immediacy and rapport. The LAI enhanced the prediction of student learning beyond that which was possible only using measures of immediacy and rapport. Path… Expand

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