Computational Thinking Survey

Computational Thinking Survey


A computational thinking survey was designed to assess K-12 education students’ attitudes toward computer science and their understanding of computational thinking before and after implemenation of a computational thinking (CT) module. The surveys consisted of sixteen multiple-choice questions on a Likert scale from strongly agree to strongly disagree and four open-ended questions.

The link below and attachement provide the instrument. 


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Feedback on this instrument from projects that have used it

July 13, 2015 - 7:46pm

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

Response: Teachers informed project team regarding prior knowledge and use of CT during our program.

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: Yes. The survey helped us to gage teachers' knowledge and pedagogical skills.

Project Name: 

Visualization Basics: Using Gaming to Improve Computational Thinking (UGame-ICompute)