Assessing learning dispositions: Is the Effective lifelong learning inventory valid and reliable as a measurement tool?

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  • Yu G
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The scales demonstrate a significant degree of stability, reliability and internal consistency over time. The constructs measured are thus useful for research, and institutional self-evaluation, and can be used, in practice, with some confidence. There remains a significant ongoing research agenda relating to the plasticity of the construct of learning dispositions and the ‘positioning’ of dispositions within an ecology of learning.

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  • Assessment
  • Competence
  • Learning dispositions
  • Learning how to learn
  • Learning power
  • Reliability
  • Validity

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  • Ruth Deakin Crick

  • Guoxing Yu

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