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ERIC Number: ED040127
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 10
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Development of an Instrument To Measure Teachers' Attitudes Toward Curriculum Use and Planning.
Langenbach, Michael
In order to determine the relationship between teacher participation in curriculum planning and teacher attitudes toward curriculum planning and use, the Curriculum Attitude Inventory (CAI) was developed and tested twice on groups of teachers who had been identified by their principals as having either strong positive or negative attitudes toward curriculum planning. Reliability coefficients of .54 and .66 were obtained between the CAI and principals' ratings. The CAI was then administered to 257 teachers divided into groups according to participation or non-participation in curriculum planning. Results indicated that teachers who had participated in curriculum planning showed a significantly more positive attitude to curriculum planning and use than those who had not participated. (RT)
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Identifiers: Curriculum Attitude Inventory
Note: Based on unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, 1969, presented at annual meeting, AERA, Minneapolis, 1970