Multi-year study of impact of instructional delivery on Texas principal certification test results

Date
2018
Authors
Ortloff, Warren G.
Trujillo-Jenks, Laura
Malone, Peggy
Jiang, Mei
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration
Abstract

A multi-year review of the TExES Principal (068) test average scaled score and the three domain scores have been reviewed, with a focus on the relationship between student’ success in a Texas university principal preparation program and the type of instructional delivery model used.

Description
Article originally published in TCPEA Midwinter Yearbook (3)1 (54-59). English. Published Online 2018. https://www.tcpea.org/uploads/1/5/6/2/15622000/yearbook-2018-issue.pdf
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Keywords
Instructional delivery model, Passing percentages, Average scaled score
Citation
This is the published version of an article that is available at https://www.tcpea.org/uploads/1/5/6/2/15622000/yearbook-2018-issue.pdf. Recommended citation: Turrubiarte, L., & Trujillo-Jenks, L. (2018). Increasing social, emotional, and behavioral learning (SBEL) in student intervention models.TCPEA Midwinter Yearbook (3)1 (54-59). This item has been deposited in with the author’s permission and in the absence of publisher policies.