The Academic Self-Description Questionnaire tests students' academic self-concept, as described by the model put forth by Marsh/Shavelson. Seeking information on self-concept by academic subject and grade, this questionnaire uses a 6-item self-concept scale for different subjects. Each item is measured on a 6-point Likert scale.
The Revised Simpson-Troost Attitude Questionnaire (STAQ-R) is a revised version of the original tool – the Simpson Troost Attitude Questionnaire (STQ), a 58-item Likert type scale created by Simpson and Troost in 1982. Used with middle school students, the STAQ-R is comprised of 22 items, and each is measured on a 5-point Likert scale.
The Scientific Attitudes Inventory II (SAI II) assesses students' interest in science, their attitudes toward science, their views of scientists, and their desire to become scientists. The 40-item SAI II includes position statements of attitudes assessed and attitude statements that were originally included in the original SAI, with changes made only to improve readability and to eliminate gender-biased language. All items use a 5-point Likert scale.
The Test of Science Related Attitudes (TOSRA) assesses science-related attitudes along seven dimensions: social implications of science, normality of scientists, attitude toward scientific inquiry, adoption of scientific attitudes, enjoyment of science lessons, leisure interest in science, and career interest in science. The TOSRA includes 70 items, each measured on a 5-point Likert scale; these items comprise 7 subscales with 10 items each.
Innovation Institute at the New York Hall of Science – offering teens the opportunity to be creators. Through this program participants learn how to apply the principles of design-thinking to make practical improvements in their community.