The DAATS Model: Initial psychometric and statistical findings: A top ten illustration.
The INTASC Principles, when used as the basis for developing appropriate measurement instruments to assess teacher dispositions, provide a viable approach to the diagnosis and remediation of skill related affective performance in teacher candidates and also to meeting NCATE requirements for Standard 1. In this symposium, the development and use of a battery of linked and calibrated disposition measures is discussed. This paper highlights the psychometric findings of a pilot study of three instruments designed to assess dispositions. This paper follows the overview found in The DAATS Model: Where it Comes from and What it is (Wilkerson, 2008).
American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education
Lang, W.S. (2008, February). The DAATS Model: Initial psychometric and statistical findings: A top ten illustration. Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE), New Orleans, LA. February 2008.
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