The Force Concept Inventory is an instrument designed to probe introductory physics students' beliefs on the central Newtonian concept of force and to probe how these beliefs compare with the many dimensions of the Newtonian concept. The Inventory categorizes Newtonian concepts and commonsense beliefs into six categories: kinematics, impetus, active force, action/reaction pairs, concatenation of influences, and other influences in motion (resistance, gravity).
The STEM Career Interest Survey (STEM-CIS) measures interest in STEM classes and careers, particularly in middle school students. Leveraging social cognitive career theory, the STEM-CIS contains four subscales: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The STEM-CIS is a 44-item survey that uses a 5-point Likert scale.
The linked site provides both the STEM-CIS and its documentation.
The Cosmic Ray Observation Project (CROP) Curriculum, created as part of ITEST project Action at a Distance, provides information and resources to its school and staff participants to meet two goals: first, to study the patterns of arriving cosmic particles, and second, to interest high school students in careers in science (especially Physics). Through the use of detection equipment, CROP allows high schools to produce research quality data in a program that prepares their students for college level science and research.