Self-Efficacy Teaching and Knowledge Instrument for Science Teachers (SETAKIST)
Building on previous research on the Science Teaching Efficacy Belief Instrument (STEBI) (I. Riggs and L. Enochs, 1990), the Self-Efficacy Teaching and Knowledge Instrument for Science Teachers (SETAKIST), hypothesizes that science teacher self-efficacy exists in two constructs: teaching efficacy and knowledge efficacy. This instrument is comprised of 16 items, each measured by a 5-point Likert scale.
The link provides documentation for the SETAKIST as well as the SETAKIST itself.
Authors provide instrument validity and/or reliability information.
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