Teacher Efficacy and Attitudes Toward STEM Survey

The surveys can be used for measuring or monitoring change in teachers' efficacy and attitudes in STEM subjects, attitudes toward STEM, instructional practices and technology use. The 5 surveys (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and one for Elementary Teacher Efficacy) each have 6 sub-scales which include teaching efficacy, outcome expectancy, student technology use, frequency of instructional practices, and attitudes toward 21st-century learning. It is a validated measure that provides a multifaceted understanding of STEM teacher attitudes, efficacy, and practice. Although it can be an advantage to focus on subject matter for some (science, math, etc.) it could also be perceived as a limitation when evaluating integrated STEM approaches; it just depends upon your need.

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