Student Attitudes toward STEM (S-STEM)

Student Attitudes toward STEM (S-STEM)


The Upper Elementary (4-5th) and the Middle and High School (6-12th) Student Attitudes toward STEM Surveys (S-STEM) each contain four scales (sets of surveys items that most confidently describe a single characteristic of the survey-taker when the responses to these items are calculated as a single result). The first five scales consists of Likert-scale questions[1] which ask the respondent about their confidence and attitudes toward math, science, engineering and technology, and 21st century learning respectively. Final items in the surveys ask students about their attitudes toward 12 different STEM career areas, their performance expectations for themselves in the next year, whether or not they have plans to attend postsecondary school, and whether or not they know adults who work in STEM fields.

The link provides information about the survey and how to obtain it.

Authors provide instrument validity and/or reliability information. 



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