Eestindatud küsimustiku "Ages and Stages: Social-Emotional Questionnaires Second Edition" (ASQ:SE-2) sobivus 36 kuu vanuste laste sotsiaal-emotsionaalse arengu sõeltestimiseks

  • Mari-Liis Kaldoja
  • Anni Mäeots
  • Merli Tolli
  • Helen Saareoja
Märksõnad: koolieelikud, sotsiaal-emotsionaalne areng, sõeluuringud, sotsiaalemotsionaalse arengu hindamise ja jälgimise metoodika

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Sotsiaal-emotsionaalsed oskused on sotsiaalse pädevuse oluline osa. Eestis puuduvad sobilikud mõõtevahendid koolieelikute sotsiaal-emotsionaalse arengu hindamiseks. 2009. aastal kohandati TÜK Lastekliinikus eesti keelde küsimustike "Ages and Stages: Social-Emotional Questionnaires" (ASQ:SE) 2001. aastal ilmunud metoodika. 2015. aastal ilmus ASQ:SE parandatud versioon (ASQ:SE-2), mis nüüdseks samuti eestindatud. Siinse töö eesmärk on tutvustada eestindatud ASQ:SE-2 36 kuu vanuste laste küsimustiku sobivust eesti laste sotsiaal-emotsionaalse arengu hindamiseks (sh täpsustada küsimustiku psühhomeetrilisi näitajaid). Uuringus osales 62 last vanuses 31–43 kuud. Tulemustest selgus, et eestikeelse ASQ:SE-2 36 kuu vanuste laste küsimustiku sisereliaablus on aktsepteeritav (α = 0,719), spetsiifilisus ja sensitiivsus on vastavalt 81,5 ja 66,7 protsenti, võrdlev valiidsus rahuldav (r = –0,629, p < 0,00). Esmased tulemused kinnitasid ASQ:SE-2 36 kuu vanuste laste hindamiseks mõeldud küsimustiku sobivust eesti laste sotsiaalemotsionaalse arengu sõeltestimiseks.

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2021-05-01
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Kaldoja, M.-L., Mäeots, A., Tolli, M., & Saareoja, H. (2021). Eestindatud küsimustiku "Ages and Stages: Social-Emotional Questionnaires Second Edition&quot; (ASQ:SE-2) sobivus 36 kuu vanuste laste sotsiaal-emotsionaalse arengu sõeltestimiseks. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 9(1), 162-185. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2021.9.1.07
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