Title: The Evaluation Self-Efficacy Scale for assessing progress toward CSWE accreditation-related objectives: A replication
Authors: Holden, Gary ×
Barker, Kathleen
Rosenberg, Gary
Onghena, Patrick #
Issue Date: Jan-2008
Series Title: Research on Social Work Practice vol:18 issue:1 pages:42-46
Abstract: Objective: The Evaluation Self-Efficacy Scale (ESE) is being developed as an outcomes assessment instrument for social work courses focusing on evaluation. Method: This scale, based on social cognitive theory, was pretested, revised, and then used with a final sample of 85 master's-level students in the original study. Using a single-group, pretest-posttest retrospective design, the current study (N = 111) is a direct replication of the original ESE study. Results: In this replication, Cronbach's alphas for the ESE were .95 (pretest),.95 (posttest), and .96 (retrospective pretest). Evidence for the construct validity of the ESE is obtained. Conclusion: The results provide additional evidence supporting the psychometric properties of data obtained using the ESE, suggesting that it may be appropriate for use in educational outcomes assessment in general and accreditation-related research in particular.
ISSN: 1049-7315
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Methodology of Educational Sciences
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