Correlating Student Beliefs With Student Learning Using The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey

@inproceedings{Perkins2005CorrelatingSB,
  title={Correlating Student Beliefs With Student Learning Using The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey},
  author={Katherine Kawczak Perkins and Wendy Kristine Adams and Steven J. Pollock and Noah Finkelstein and Carl E. Wieman},
  year={2005}
}
A number of instruments have been designed to probe the variety of attitudes, beliefs, expectations, and epistemological frames taught in our introductory physics courses. Using a newly developed instrument — the Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey (CLASS) — we examine the relationship between students’ beliefs about physics and other educational outcomes, such as conceptual learning and student retention. We report results from surveys of over 750 students in a variety of courses… CONTINUE READING

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