Validity and Reliability of Student Engagement Scale

Validity and Reliability of Student Engagement Scale

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: The aim of this study was to develop a student engagement scale (SES) and determine its validity and reliability. Factor analysis and reliability studies were conducted using data on 400 highschool and middle-school adolescent students (239 females, 161 males). The exploratory factor analysis (EFA) of the structural validity of the scale accounted for 46.74% of the total variance, with 31 items clustered in 3 factors. In the process of naming three subscales, the content of the items and the literature were taken into consideration.

Validity and Reliability of Student Engagement Scale
Validity and Reliability of Student Engagement Scale

. Following a review of the literature, the explored factors were emotional, behavioral, and cognitive engagement. To test the validity of the instrument, a school climate scale was used and correlation of .51 (p<.001) was concluded. The Cronbach’s alpha were .88 for emotional, behavioral and .83 for cognitive subscales-ranged alpha values. After an interval of three weeks, a result of the test-retest correlation coefficient was found to be .77 (p<.001). There were a significant difference in the upper 27% and lower 27% groups in the SES

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  • Yrd. Doç.
  • Dr. Uğur DOĞAN

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