A First Order Confirmatory Factor Analysis of Composite Indicators of Teaching Talent for Teacher Trainees Students
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The purpose of this study is to develop composite indicators of Teaching Talent (TT) for teacher trainees students, and verify the fit of the indicators with empirical data. There are three stages to be taken in this study, namely stage (1) the validity and reliability of item test by Cronbach's Alpha, (2) construct validity test by exploratory factor analysis, and (3) construct validity test by first order confirmatory factor analysis. The data gathering in the year 2015 were collect to the research samples by proportional random sampling, 131 units answer Buckingham & Clifton’s rating scale (9 scale of questionnaire), but only 117 units that answer completely information were used for analysis by the first order confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The research results shown that, composite indicator from development consisted of 4 main components and 16 indicators were fitted with the empirical data, determined from the Chi-square values = 133.43, and not statistical significance (p = 0.97223) at zero degrees of freedom (df = 98) indicated that model not different from the empirical data. In addition found the relative Chi-square was 1.36, GFI = 0.97, AGFI = 0.93, RMSEA = 0.05, CFI = 0.92, and Q-plot curve steeper than the diagonal, indicated that composite indicators model not different from the empirical data.
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