Wilson H. Guertin
University of Florida
William H. Graves
University of Oklahoma
Abstract: An instrument is described which measures gains in the social, attitudinal, and motivational areas for fifth grade school children. Total gain is based upon consumer-specified weights for the factor analytically derived subscale scores.
Citation: Guertin, W. H., & Graves, W. H. (1972). The multidimensional assessment of gains in school (MAGS): a consumer-oriented product. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 14(1), 16-22.
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