Episode 13: Dr. Paul Wright discussing a Tool for Assessing Responsibility-based education (TARE)

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Nov 27, 201823m
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Episode 13: Dr. Paul Wright discussing a Tool for Assessing Responsibility-based education (TARE)
Nov 27 '1823m
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Dr. Paul Wright discusses an instrument he developed to assess responsibility-based education and the TPSR model more broadly. A separate theory breakdown is posted on TPSR with this article. Dr. Wright specializes in the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) instructional model. His scholarship is very applied and relates directly to fields such as positive youth development, social and emotional learning, and sport for development. He also has interests in policy and program evaluation as it relates to youth sport and physical activity. The full citation: Wright, P. M., & Craig, M. W. (2011). Tool for assessing responsibility-based education (TARE): Instrument development, content validity, and inter-rater reliability. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 15(3), 204-219.

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