Inmates Course Evaluation
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The Inmates Course Evaluation (Meyer et al., 2016), was developed within the context of a study investigating an inmate educational course in a sample of female inmates serving long-term or life sentences. The measure assesses inmates' evaluation of educational courses in prison covering the structure of the course, the content and workload, the overall quality of the instructors, and the contributions the course made to their learning. Inmates complete a short 3-item evaluation of each class meeting to provide feedback to the student instructors. The measure was revised after teaching the class one time because the prior scale was more applicable to a traditional college class. The final version consisted of 17-item on a Likert-type scale of 1 (agree) to 5 (disagree). No specific psychometric data were provided for the measure. (PsycTests Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)
Meyer, C. L.,
& Tinch, C.
(2016). Inmates Course Evaluation. Teaching of Psychology, 43 (2), 120-125.