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ERIC Number: ED099398
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 36
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Educational Values Assessment (E.V.A.) Questionnaire. Manual.
Gottesfeld, Harry
The Educational Values Assessment (EVA) is an instrument to determine the educational values of individuals and groups. It focuses on the beliefs people have about what is educationally important for the child of elementary or junior high school age. The questionnaire taps 80 different school issues, e.g., special programs for drug abuse, the powers of principals to suspend a student, modern classroom equipment installation, etc. The degree of importance is measured on a seven-point scale. The responses are then grouped into eight concrete problem areas: (1) community involvement; (2) strictness/standards; (3) professional specialists; (4) innovations; (5) health, recreational, and practical training; (6) economic considerations; (7) parent education; and (8) special handling for difficult children. The data can be hand or electronically processed. The manual contains background information, methods, factors, information on the revised instrument, reliability and normative data, correlation matrices, and use, administration, scoring, and score interpretation of the EVA. The scoring sheet is also included. (RC)
Behavioral Publications, 2852 Broadway--Morningside Heights, New York, New York 10011 (specimen set $2.95)
Publication Type: Tests/Questionnaires
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