Academic Self-Perception

Academic Self-Perception


This five question survey uses a 7-point Likert scale and was designed to measure concepts related to youths' feelings about school. Derived from the School Attitudes Assessment Survey (McCoach, 2002), the academic self-perception subscale measures the extent to which children have a positive self-perception about their academic abilities. It is based upon research findings that show that children who have a more positive self-perception exhibit greater academic achievement. 

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