Submission Purpose

Main Conference

Type of Proposal

Paper: Empirical

Abstract

This investigation examined the psychometric properties of the Culturally Responsive Teaching Survey (CRTS), a newly-developed assessment that measures the cultural responsiveness of adult English language educators’ teaching practices. Findings from two studies revealed a uni-dimensional scale of appropriate internal consistency which yielded positive correlations with multi-cultural knowledge and teaching skills.

Keywords

ESOL, teaching praxis, measurement

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Validation of the Culturally Responsive Teaching Survey

This investigation examined the psychometric properties of the Culturally Responsive Teaching Survey (CRTS), a newly-developed assessment that measures the cultural responsiveness of adult English language educators’ teaching practices. Findings from two studies revealed a uni-dimensional scale of appropriate internal consistency which yielded positive correlations with multi-cultural knowledge and teaching skills.