Utley Geometry Attitude Scale (UGAS)

The UGAS was developed after an extensive review of a variety of existing instruments used to measure attitudes to mathematics (e.g. Akin, 1974; Dowling, 1978; Fennema & Sherman, 1976; Tapia, 1996) and was designed to measure the attitudes of undergraduate college students toward geometry. The instrument is designed such that higher scores are more indicative of an overall higher attitude toward geometry.

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