Application of Rasch Measurement Model to Analyze Instrument of Quality of Early Childhood Care and Education in Malaysia

Irdayanti Mat Nashir, Ridzwan Che Rus, Mazlina Che Mustafa, Nurul Nazirah Imam Ma’arof, Sopia Md Yassin, Abdullah Yusoff


This study aims to identify the validity and reliability between constructs from peer-to-peer perspective regarding the quality of early childhood care and education in Malaysia. Following the process of modification and fining, this questionnaire consists of four constructs with 60 items. The findings evidently showed that this study is significant in exploring children’s early development which influences human behaviors and practices as they reach adulthood. Therefore, the findings of this study aspire to help the stakeholders involved in early childhood education to investigate the appropriate methods, approaches or techniques to elevate the early childhood education in Malaysia. It is hoped that the moral values vastly shared on social media are put into practice and fathomed by the society to be able to curb and control the social problems among Malaysian societies.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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