Average Review: 3 (3.3)

Relevance of Science Education (ROSE) Student Questionnaire

by James Larson, Teacher, Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School, 3

The Relevance of Science Education (ROSE) instrument is a lengthy questionnaire that probes for students’ understanding of and interest in science. There are close to 250 questions, with all but one being multiple-choice, spanning 10 different sub-scales. The sub-scales ask…
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by anonymous, Specialist, UC Davis, 4

The ROSE has a variety of separate components which measure different aspects of science knowledge, interest, careers, the environment, science classes, and beliefs on science and technology. In addition, the ROSE has one of the few sets of questions that…
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by K Dabney, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Virginia, 3

This questionnaire examines students' interests, self-efficacy, and self-reported understanding of topics in science on 10 different subscales. ROSE is a lengthy instrument with over 250 questions, the majority being multiple choice. This questionnaire currently lists an administration time of 45…
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by anonymous, Director of Learning Planning & Evaluation, John G. Shedd Aquarium, 3

We are assessing impact of a visit to our aquarium on people's views/opinions/ideas of science. We need a broad enough of an instrument to apply to a diverse range of visitors which has been challenging to find. The ROSE has…
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