Examining the Performance Standards for In-Service Teachers: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Assessment of Teachers' NETS-T Expertise
Computers in the Schools Volume 25, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569
The survey Performance Standards for In-service Teachers is widely used to help describe teacher skills relating to instructional technology for assessment or planning of professional development. It is based on the six constructs of the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, and though used broadly in a variety of contexts, it does not appear to have undergone significant independent evaluation of its psychometric properties. Our analysis found that all six subscales possessed strong internal consistency (all [alpha] greater than 0.93). A subsequent confirmatory factor analysis supported both its current six-factor structure as well as a more parsimonious one-factor model. (Contains 3 tables.)
Corbell, K.A., Osborne, J.W. & Grable, L.L. (2008). Examining the Performance Standards for In-Service Teachers: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Assessment of Teachers' NETS-T Expertise. Computers in the Schools, 25(1), 10-24.
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