The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey (CLASS) is a new instrument designed to measure various facets of student attitudes and beliefs about learning physics. This instrument extends previous work by probing additional facets of student attitudes and beliefs. It has been written to be suitably worded for students in a variety of different courses. This paper introduces the CLASS and its design and validation studies, which include analyzing results from over 2400 students, interviews and factor analyses. Methodology used to determine categories and how to analyze the robustness of categories for probing various facets of student learning are also described. This paper serves as the foundation for the results and conclusions from the analysis of our survey data
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Title: The Design and Validation of the Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey
Publication date 2005-05-10
Publication Year 2005
W. K. Adams
, M. Dubson
, N. D. Finkelstein
, K. K. Perkins
, C. E. Wieman
Physics Education Research Group at Colorado
, sense making
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