An Effective Learning Scale is structured to assess the teaching-learning process followed by the children and school to help them understand the learning approach. The elementary classroom children in the age range of 10 – 13 years can utilize this inventory to understand their learning approach. The tool consists of the four Effective Learning dimensions mentioned by Dennison B and Kirk R (1990) in their model – Active Learning (12 items), Collaborative Learning (14 items), Learner Responsibility (17 items) and Learning about Learning (09 items).
Hence the tool comprises a total of 52 items with the 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 scoring pattern which aids in measuring the teaching-learning process in the elementary school children. The establishment of validity and estimation of reliability by Cronbach’s alpha of 0.827and 0.841 indicate good reliability of the scale.