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Competencies at age 14 and competency development for the Competent Children, Competent Learners study sample

Cathy Wylie, Hilary Ferral, Edith Hodgen, and Jean Thompson

A report from research done in late 2002 to late 2003, in which the participants in the longitudinal research study were now aged 14. Examines: cognitive competency levels; attitudinal competency levels; curiosity; perseverance; self-management; self-efficacy; social skills with peers; social skills with adults and communication. Reports on the technical aspects of associations between the competency measures; the predictability of age-14 competency levels and predictability of high and low performance.

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Ministry of Education,
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Edith Hodgen
Hilary Ferral
Jean Thompson