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|Other Titles:||The Development and Analysis of Learning Strategies Inventory in Word Problem Solving for Primary School Learners|
learning strategies for WPS;learning assessment for word problem solving (WPS);inventory
|Issue Date:||2016-08-09 16:08:03 (UTC+8)|
This research developed the learning strategies inventory (LSI) by using a Likert rating scale in combination with the learning strategies analysis of word problem solving (WPS) for primary school learners. The subjects were 963 second graders from Chiayi, Taiwan, who were selected using convenience and cluster sampling. All subjects were tested using LSI. Statistical analysis followed by taking cross validation design. The validity analysis produced a number of factors through utilizing exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses. The variance proportions of factor extraction were positive, as well as the model fitness. The reliability analysis produced a positive α coefficient and the composite reliability was positive. Regarding the item analysis, the internal correlation and critical ratio were strong, regardless of whether it was a single item, a sub-scale, or a whole. Finally, the performances were considerably different in cognitive and metacognitive learning strategies for individuals with differing word problem solving performances.
Journal of Education & Psychology
|Appears in Collections:||[教育與心理研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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