SMALSI™
School Motivation and Learning Strategies Inventory

Kathy Chatham Stroud, Ph.D.
Cecil R. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Technical Information


The SMALSI was developed using a normative sample of 2,921 students—1,821 students between the ages of 8 and 12 (Child Form), and 1,100 students between the ages of 13 and 18 (Teen Form). The majority of these students attended public schools and ranged in ethnicity, gender, age and grade. T-scores for both SMALSI forms were developed based on the data provided by these participants.
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Reports


The SMALSI Scoring Program is an unlimited use program, which means that you can score and generate reports an unlimited number of times once the program has been purchased.

Score Reports
Score Reports summarize the results of each SMALSI administration. They have been designed to be conveniently used in educational, clinical, and research settings.

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QUICK FACTS

Authors
Kathy Chatham Stroud, Ph.D. & Cecil R. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Age Range 8 to 18 years

Administration Time 20–30 minutes  

Administration Type Self-report

Qualification Level B

Formats
  • Handscored
  • Software