A Evaluation And Application Of An Instrument For Measuring Pedagogical Effectiveness

Philip H. Anderson, Leigh Lawton

Abstract


This paper has two objectives. One objective is to examine what the Miles et al (1986) instrument measures. As a part of their study, Miles et al (1986) presented an instrument they developed to be used for evaluating student perceptions of learning for simulations and cases. If their instrument is to be used in replications, its efficacy should be evaluated. To achieve this, the items in the Miles instrument were factor analyzed to determine the dimensions of perceived learning which occur through the use of management simulations and cases.

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