Creative Action methodology brings together nature (how our brains function) and nurture (the way we educate). When using Creative Action methodology as a didactical method in vocational and primary education, students become more motivated to learn, perform better, and show less oppositional behavior. In this way, the Creative Action methodology adds to the effectiveness of teachers. In this paper, we describe the development of an instrument to measure teachers’ effectiveness. In this article, the research conducted to validate the measurement instrument will be described. Results suggest that the instrument has internal and predictive validity.
Delnooz, P. V., & de Vries, E. W. (2018). How to Measure the Effectiveness of Teachers: Validation of an Instrument based on the Creative Action Methodology. Pedagogy and the Human Sciences, 6 (1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.merrimack.edu/phs/vol6/iss1/5