Culturally Responsive Teaching Self-Efficacy Scale (CRTSE)

Culturally Responsive Teaching Self-Efficacy Scale (CRTSE)

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The Culturally Responsive Teaching Self-Efficacy Scale (CRTSE) was developed and administered to a sample of preservice teachers in the Midwest. It was designed to elicit information from preservice teachers regarding their self-efficacy to execute specific culturally responsive teaching tasks. The Likert-type scale consists of 40 items in which participants are asked to rate how confident they are in their ability to engage in specific culturally responsive teaching practices (e.g., I am able to identify the diverse needs of my students) by indicating a degree of confidence ranging from 0 (no confidence at all) to 100 (completely confident).

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Feedback on this instrument from projects that have used it

July 13, 2015 - 7:52pm

Q:  In what context did you use this instrument (setting, population, project name)?

Response: We administered this survey on a pre-post basis to learn how teachers' beliefs changed as a result of teaching students in a culturally relevan context.

Q: Did you run into any limitations with this instrument? (Y/N)  If yes, please explain.

Response: No.

Q: Did this provide you with relevant information to address your research questions? (Y/N)  If yes, what question did this answer?

Response: we were surprised that outcome expectancy was higher than teacher efficacy. Teachers believed strongly that they could impact student outcomes if they engaged in culturally responsive pedagogy.

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