Tool for Assessing Responsibility-based Education (TARE) 2.0: Instrument Revisions, Inter-rater Reliability, and Correlations between Observed Teaching Strategies and Student Behaviors

  title={Tool for Assessing Responsibility-based Education (TARE) 2.0: Instrument Revisions, Inter-rater Reliability, and Correlations between Observed Teaching Strategies and Student Behaviors},
  author={Amparo Escart{\'i} and Paul M. Wright and Carmina Pascual and Melchor Guti{\'e}rrez},
  journal={Universal Journal of Psychology},
Although the original Tool for Assessing Responsibility-based Education (TARE) has proven useful in several studies, it has limitations. The three-fold purpose of this article is to present a revised version of the TARE including a new section to measure studentsbehaviors, analyze the inter-rater reliability of the instrument, and assess the relationships between results of teacher and student observations. Data from 120 3-minute intervals of instructional time in physical education and general… Expand

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