Environmental Stewardship Scale for Teenagers

This tool was developed by Child Trends for the Templeton Foundation, as part of the Flourishing Child Project. It includes eight items designed to measure teenagers' environmental stewardship. Environmental Stewardship is defined as the practice of caring for or improving the earth's environment by being informed, taking or recognizing responsibility, and taking action for improving the environment. 


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Measure developed by Child Trends for the Flourishing Children Project, funded by the Templeton Foundation. For more information on positive indicators, search the Child Trends web page at www.childtrends.org.
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This scale has been tested with a nationally representative sample of teenagers aged 12-17. It has been found to have good reliability (alpha=.83) and concurrent validity (associated with better grades).
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