## Short Version Attitudes toward Mathematics Inventory (SHORT ATMI)

This is a shortened version of the Attitudes Towards Mathematics Inventory (short ATMI), it measures four subscale: mathematics enjoyment; mathematics motivation; self-confidence in mathematics; perceived value of mathematics. This assessments is a shorter more up-to-date version of the original tool, and it addresses the issue of an all western sample. Participants were able to complete this survey in less than 10 minutes, it is good when time is limited.

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### Supplemental Information:

n/a### Assessment Type:

Self-assessment### Scale:

5 point Likert scale### Publication Date:

Jan 01, 2013### Respondent:

1,160 participants in Singapore; Mean age = 17.9 years### Domain(s) Evaluated:

Engagement### Sample items:

1. I get a great deal of satisfaction out of solving a mathematics problem. I have usually enjoyed studying mathematics in school. 2. Mathematics is dull and boring.### Reliability:

Î± = 0.93, satisfactory test-retest over a 1-month period (mean rxx = 0.75)### Validity:

High for individual subscales (Î±=0.87) and gained### Frequency:

Rarely### Administration time:

10 minutes minutes### Requires a Computer:

No### Requires Internet Access:

No### Primary reference:

Lim, S. Chapman, E (2013). Development of a short form of the attitudes toward mathematics inventory.*Educational Studies in Mathematics,*82 145-164.

**Other References:**

Lim, S. Y., & Chapman, E. (2015). Effects of using history as a tool to teach mathematics on studentsâ€™ attitudes, anxiety, motivation and achievement in grade 11 classrooms.Â *Educational Studies in Mathematics,*Â 90(2), 189-212.