The Scale of Evaluating Instruction in Pandemic Process: Development, Validation, and Reliability

Authors

  • Özgür Tutal Ministry of National Education, Turkey
  • Bünyami Kayalı Bayburt University, Turkey
  • Mehmet Yavuz Bingöl University, Turkey
  • Mehmet Hasançebi Ministry of National Education, Turkey
  • Funda Yeşildağ-Hasançebi Giresun University, Turkey

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2021.141.2

Keywords:

coronavirus (COVID-19), pandemic, distance instruction, back-to-school, hybrid instruction, scale development

Abstract

The study aims to develop a scale for determining student views on distance instruction, hybrid instruction, and back-to-school process after the pandemic. The study data were obtained from 442 students. EFA and CFA were performed to determine the scale‘s construct validity. Moreover, to decide the data collection tool‘s reliability, item analysis was conducted and internal consistency coefficients were estimated. Based on the results obtained from the validity and reliability analysis of the scale, it can be said that the Scale of Evaluating Instruction in Pandemic Process (SEIPP) is valid and reliable.

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Published

2021-05-10

How to Cite

Tutal, Özgür, Kayalı, B., Yavuz, M., Hasançebi, M., & Yeşildağ-Hasançebi, F. (2021). The Scale of Evaluating Instruction in Pandemic Process: Development, Validation, and Reliability. Pedagogika, 141(1), 26–52. https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2021.141.2

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