SCoA-V and SCoA-VI Inventory

2017-02-20T02:53:46Z (GMT) by Gavin Brown
<div>Survey instrument for self-administered usage. </div><div>The item questionnaire was administered in 2007 for students. </div><div><br></div><div>Version 5 and version 6 are identical items, however contain different analytic models. <br></div><div><p>SCoA-V inventory results were published in:</p><p>Brown, G. T., Irving, S. E., Peterson, E. R., & Hirschfeld, G. H. (2009). Use of interactive–informal assessment practices: New Zealand secondary students' conceptions of assessment. <i>Learning and Instruction</i>, <i>19</i>(2), 97-111. doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2008.02.003</p><p>Weekers, A. M., Brown, G. T. L., & Veldkamp, B. P. (2009). Analyzing the dimensionality of the Students' Conceptions of Assessment (SCoA) inventory. In D. M. McInerney, G. T. L. Brown & G. A. D. Liem (Eds.), <i>Student perspectives on assessment: What students can tell us about assessment for learning.</i> (pp. 133-157). Charlotte, NC US: Information Age Publishing.<br></p><p>SCoA-IV inventory results were published in:<u></u><u></u></p><p>Brown, G. T. L., Peterson, E. R., & Irving, S. E. (2009).  Beliefs that make a difference: Adaptive and maladaptive self-regulation in students’ conceptions of assessment. In D. M. McInerney, G. T. L. Brown, & G. A. D. Liem (Eds.), <i>Student Perspectives on Assessment: What Students can Tell us about Assessment for Learning </i>(pp. 159-186). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.</p><p>AlQassab, M. (2012). <i>Differential item functioning according to subject motivation: Psychometric properties of the Student Conceptions of Assessment </i>(unpublished master's thesis), The University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ. </p></div>