Teacher Belief Inventory (TBI)

Teacher Belief Inventory (TBI)


The Teacher Belief Inventory (TBI) is an instrument for measuring the degree to which pre-service teachers manifest a theoretical or practical orientation toward educational problems.  The TBI consists is 25 pairs of statements which cover 6 areas of educational practice: planning, instruction, classroom management, progress monitoring, clinical assistance, and caring for students.  One statement in each pair represents a theoretical approach to problem solving, while the other statement represents a practical approach.  


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