Self-Regulated Learning and Study Skills Measures

Self-Regulated Learning and Study Skills Measures
 
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Age/Grade range

Who completes (Student, teacher, parent, peer, clinical professional)

Data collection strategy
(Observation, survey, or essay)

What is measured
Self-rating
(I am)

Beliefs/Attitudes
(Math is hard to learn)

Behaviors
(How well you can...)

Skills
(i.e. graded assessment of skills)

Dimensions measured
(what specific areas does the instrument measure...)

Amount of time to complete

Cost of survey

Psychometric properties
Reliability: any and all including internal consistency, inter-rater, or test-retest, and show alpha α=
Validity: any and all including convergent, discriminant, criterion-related and construct

If a special qualification is needed to administer or interpret results…what is it?

Devereux Early Childhood Assessment for Infants and Toddlers (DECA-I)

Adult teachers or parents of:

1 month to 18 months (infant)

Teacher or Parent

Observation

Behaviors

INITIATIVE: The infant or toddlers ability to use independent thought and action to meet her or his needs. Attachment/Relationships: The mutual, strong, long-lasting relationship between an infant or toddler and significant adults such as parents, family members and teachers.

30 minutes

20 infant and 30 toddler forms

$200 with kit, or

$20 to $30 for set of 20 forms

Reliability:

Internal consistency:  DECA-I ranged from

.90 to .94 for parent raters (.80 to .92 for the individual scales) and .93 to .94 for teacher raters (.87 to .93 for the individual scales) across the four infant age groups (1 to 3 months; 3 to 6 months; 6 to 9 months; and 9 to 18 months). For the DECA-T (18 to

36 months), coefficients for Total Protective Factors were .94 for parent raters (.79 to .92 for the individual scales)

and .95 for teacher raters (.83 to .94 for the individual scales).

Ages and Stages Questionnaires: Social Emotional (ASQ:SE)

Adult parent of: Ages 3 months to

5 years

Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Self regulation, compliance, communication, adaptive functioning, autonomy, affect, and interpersonal interactions.

20 minutes

Less than $200

ASQ System Protocol (can be copied)

Predictive Validity ranged from .71 to .85

Concurrent validity ranged from .81- .95

Internal consistency: α= .67-.91

Test-retest reliability: α= .94

Brief Infant Toddler Social-Emotional Assessment (BITSEA)

Adult parent of: Ages 12 months to 3 years

Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Four domains of behavior: internalizing, externalizing, dysregulation, and competence including sustained attention, compliance, mastery motivation, prosocial peer relations, empathy, imitation/play skills, and social relatedness.

7 minutes

99/ Kit (50 forms)

Internal Consistency Reliability: α = .79-.87

Test-retest reliability: α = .85 -.87

Qualified examiner needed for scoring. Computer scoring available

Devereux Early Childhood Assessment for Toddlers (DECA-T)

Adult teacher or parent of: Ages

18 months to 36 months

Teacher or Parent

Observation

Behaviors

INITIATIVE: The infant or toddlers ability to use independent thought and action to meet her or his needs. Attachment/Relationships: The mutual, strong, long-lasting relationship between an infant or toddler and significant adults such as parents, family members and teachers.

30 minutes

20 infant and 30 toddler forms

$200 with kit, or

$20 to $30 for set of 20 forms

Reliability:

Internal consistency:  DECA-I ranged from

.90 to .94 for parent raters (.80 to .92 for the individual scales) and .93 to .94 for teacher raters (.87 to .93 for the individual scales) across the four infant age groups (1 to 3 months; 3 to 6 months; 6 to 9 months; and 9 to 18 months). For the DECA-T (18 to

36 months), coefficients for Total Protective Factors were .94 for parent raters (.79 to .92 for the individual scales)

and .95 for teacher raters (.83 to .94 for the individual scales).

Devereux Early Childhood Assessment for Preschoolers Clinical Form

Adult teacher or parent of: Ages 2 years to 5 years

Teacher, Parent or

Clinical Professional

Observation

Behaviors

Includes three protective factor scales (Initiative, self-control, and attachment), in addition to four behavioral concerns scales (attention problems, aggression, withdrawal/depression, emotional control problems).

15 minutes

$125 each kit

Teachers α=.80 to .95. Parents α=.66 to .91

Must be interpreted by a behavioral healthcare or special education professional.

For more information:  Info Packet

Devereux Early Childhood Assessment for Preschoolers Second Edition

Adult teacher or parent of: Ages 3 years to 5 years

Teacher or Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Initiative, self-regulation, attachment/relationships, behavioral concerns.

10 minutes

40 forms for $40 or  $209 for kit

Test-Retest reliabilities  α=.55 to .80 for parents and α=.87 to .94 for teachers

Child Behavior Rating Scale (CBRS)

Adult teacher of: Ages 3 years to 7 years

Teacher

Observation

Behaviors

Measures approaches to learning, self-regulation and social-emotional development.

7 minutes

Free

Reliability: α= .67 - .82

Children's Behavior Questionnaire

Adult parent of: Ages 3 years to 8 years

Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Fifteen dimensions of temperament.

45 minutes

Free

Reliability: α =.61-.93

Children's Behavior Questionnaire: Short Form

Adult parent of: Ages 3 years to 8 years

Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Fifteen dimensions of temperament.

25 minutes

Free

Reliability: α =.61-.85

Children's Behavior Questionnaire: Very Short Form

Adult parent of: Ages 3 years to 8 years

Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Fifteen dimensions of temperament.

15 minutes

Free

Reliability: α =.62-.78

Cooper-Farran Behavioral Rating Scales- Work-Related Skills subscale

Adult teacher of: Kindergarten

Teacher

Observation

Behaviors

Work-related skills: behaviors involved in the successful completion of academic and non academic activities.

10 minutes

Free

Inter-rater reliability: α = .87 - .98

Must be a teacher and have had at least one month of direct classroom experience with child.

Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA)

Adult teacher or parent of: Kindergarten to

8th grade

Observation

Behaviors

Self-awareness, social-awareness, self-management, goal-directed behavior, relationship skills, personal responsibility, decision making, and optimistic thinking.

45 minutes

$32 for 25 forms online or $40 for

25 paper forms or $115 for complete kit with manual

Social emotional composite is .98 for parents and .99 for teachers/staff. Test- retest reliabilities  from .79 to .90 for parents and from .86 to .94 for teachers/staff. Inter-rater reliabilities  of

.725 for parents and .735 for teachers/staff.

Devereux Student Strengths Assessment-mini ( 4 forms plus a progress monitoring form)

Adult teacher or parent of: Kindergarten to

8th grade

Teacher or Parent

Observation

Behaviors

Used to screen for and monitor progress in the acquisition of social- emotional competencies.

5 minutes

$104 for complete kit with manual

Domain-Specific Impulsivity Scale for Children (DSIS-C)

Grades 4 through

8

Student version Parent version Teacher version

Survey

Behaviors

Assesses self-regulatory behaviors.

4 minutes

Free

Internal consistency reliability: α = .63-.95

Active and Superficial Learning Strategy Use Survey

Middle School

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures reported use of proactive and passive study strategies.

5 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .67–.82

Questionnaire on Self-Regulation

Middle and High

School

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures emotional, behavioral, and cognitive control.

5 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .94 - .96

Student Approaches to Learning (SAL) Instrument: Subscales Control Strategies, Memorization, and Elaboration

Middle and High

School

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures learning strategies.

5 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .71- .88

Adolescent or Parent Self-Regulatory Inventory

Ages 11 years to

Adult

Student and/or Parent

Survey

Self-rating

Assesses the degree to which adolescents

15 minutes

Free

Reliability: α= .69-.91

School Attitude Assessment Survey: subscale Motivation and Self-Regulation

Ages 12-18

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures motivation and self- regulation.

2 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .87

The Adolescent Coping Questionnaire

Adult parent of: Ages 13 years to

18 years

Parent

Survey

Behaviors

Assesses cognitive and coping competencies and self control skills.

5 minutes

Free

Not reported.

Self-Regulation Strategy Inventory

Grades 9 and 10

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Assesses students’ use of various self- regulation strategies as they prepare for science tests (can be easily adapted to fit any subject or task).

15 minutes

Free

Internal reliability: α = .92

The Youth Experiences Survey (YES) 2.0

Grades 9 to 12

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures positive developmental experiences within three domains of personal development (identity work, initiative, basic skills) and three domains of interpersonal development (teamwork and social skills, positive relationships, and adult networks and social capital).

30 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .46 - .77

Validity: the YES 2.0 represents confirmable experiences.

Self-Regulated Learning:  Subscales Metacognitive Self-Regulation and Time & Study Environment Management

College

Student

Survey

Behaviors

Measures students' use of different cognitive and metacognitive strategies, and student management of different resources.

10 minutes

Free

Internal reliability: α = .52 -.93

Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) subscale of Learning Strategies

College

Student

Survey

Self-rating

Measures students' use of different cognitive and metacognitive strategies, and student management of different resources.

15 minutes

Free

Internal reliability: α = .52 -.93

Learning strategy items: GFI = .78

State Self-Control Capacity Scale

Adult

Adult

Survey

Self-rating

Assesses perceptions of the momentary availability of self- regulatory resources.

10 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .96

Is Distance Learning Right for Me?

Adult

Student

Survey

Self-rating

Measures motivation and learning styles.

15 minutes

Free

Not reported

Learning Self Regulation Questionnaire

Adult

Student

Survey

Beliefs/Attitudes

Measures reasons for students participation.

10 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .78 - .80

Self-Regulation

Adult

Adult

Survey

Self-rating

Measures attention-regulation and emotion-regulation.

5 minutes

Free

Reliability: α = .76

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