Teacher Efficacy and Attitudes Toward STEM (T-STEM) Survey – Science Teachers
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The Teacher Efficacy and Attitudes Toward STEM (T-STEM) Survey – Science Teachers is intended to measure changes in science teachers’ confidence and self-efficacy in STEM subject content and teaching, use of technology in the classroom, 21st century learning skills, leadership attitudes, and STEM career awareness. The survey is available to help program coordinators make decisions about possible improvements to their program.
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Recommended citation for this survey:
Friday Institute for Educational Innovation (2012). Teacher Efficacy and Attitudes Toward STEM Survey-Science Teachers, Raleigh, NC: Author.
The development of this survey was partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1038154 and by The Golden LEAF Foundation.
The framework for part of this survey was developed from the following sources: Riggs, I. M., & Enochs, L. G. (1990). Toward the development of an elementary teachers science teaching efficacy belief instrument. Science Education, 74(6), 625-637. doi: 10.1002/sce.3730740605