Parenting measures have been used most commonly for research and clinical evaluation, with little practical application for parent self-evaluation and education. To help parents assess their parenting strengths and skills and be better directed in their information seeking the Parent Self-evaluation Instrument was developed. The framework and dimensions of this scale are based on the National Extension Parent Education Model. A panel of 23 parenting experts reviewed the scale for content validity. Evaluations of the scales' validity were consistently high.