Looking for a measure for your pedagogical research? Here are some published resources for your use.
A Compendium of Scales: A great resources edited by members of the Society for Teaching of Psychology
- Learning Techniques Scale (Bartoszewski & Gurung, 2015). Measure the ten most common ways students study.
- Student Study Checklist (Gurung, Weidert, & Jeske, 2010). An easy measure capturing main ways students study.
- Procrastination Scale (Chow, 2011; Schwarzer, Schmitz, & Diehl, 2000).
- Mindfulness Awareness Scale (Brown & Ryan, 2003).
- Textbook Assessment and Usage Scale (TAUS; Gurung & Martin, 2011): Assess how your students rate their textbook.
- Employable Skills Self-Efficacy Survey (ESSES; Ciarocco & Strohmetz, 2018). [Website version]
- Revised Study Process Questionnaire (R-SPQ-2F; Biggs, Kember, & Leung, 2001)
Major Cognitive Variables Related to Learning:
- Mindset (Dweck, 2006).
- Depth of Processing (Entwistle, McCune, & Tait, 2013).
- Motivated Strategies for Learning (Pintrich, R. R., & DeGroot, 1990). Motivational beliefs and self regulations. Many subscales.
- Academic Self Efficacy
- Self Esteem (Rosenberg, 1965).
Assessment Guides: A good list here.
Teacher-Student Rapport and Measures
- Model Teaching Criteria (Richmond, Boysen, & Gurung, 2022).
- Learning Alliance Inventory (Rogers, 2015).
- Professor-Student Rapport Scale (Wilson, Ryan, & Pugh, 2010).
- Teacher Behavior Checklist (Keeley, Smith, & Buskist, 2012).
- Teacher Control and Nurturance Scale (Rogers, Bassett, Collins, & Snyder, 2017).
OPEN DATA and MATERIALS
Interested in exploring an existing data set to test new questions? Would you like to replicate a study using the same materials? Explore the open data and materials provided by the researchers below. If you would like your materials to be listed send me the OSF link (Regan.Gurung@OregonState.edu).
- Learning during the Pandemic (Gurung & Stone, in press).