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Questionnaire on Teacher’s Competencies in STEM

Education and Classroom Management Strategies Used

Part I. Personal Information


A. Personal Details

Name _____________________________________________________ Gender ____________

Age __________________Major/ Specialization ______________________________________

Address _______________________________________________________________________

STEM Class Handled in MORMS SY 2018 – 2019:


No. of
Subject Class Section Students in Day and Time
this class

B. Background Experience Related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics


(STEM) Education
1. Have you attended seminar/s or training/s related to STEM education during the last three
years?

______No ______Yes

If yes, list down the topics covered in the seminar/s or training/s which you have attended.

1. ______________________________________________________________________________

2. ______________________________________________________________________________

3. ______________________________________________________________________________

4. ______________________________________________________________________________

5. ______________________________________________________________________________

Adopted from STEAM4U supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union
http://steam4u.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Teachers_Quest-1.pdf
Part II. Assessment of teacher’s self-efficacy in STEM Education

Please, answer the following questions by putting a tick mark to the best option.

Collective self-efficacy in STEM can be measured from an individual perspective (teachers as a unit), aggregating the individual
member’s appraisals of their personal capabilities to execute the particular functions they perform in the group; or from a group
perspective (teachers as a unit), aggregating members’ appraisals of their group’s capability operating as a whole (Bandura, 2000).

Not Only a
Fairly Very Totally
confident little
Assessment of self-efficacy in STEM confident confident confident
at all confident
1 2 3 4 5
1. How confident are you that you are able to
ask questions a phenomenon or define a
problem that needs to be solved?
2. How confident are you that you are able to
plan and carry out investigations?
3. How confident are you that you are able to
analyze and interpret data?
4. How confident are you that you are able to
use mathematics and computational
thinking?
5. How confident are you that you are able to
build explanations about a phenomenon
or design solutions for a problem?
6. How confident are you that you are able to
find evidences that helps you to reason
and argument when finding the best
explanation to a phenomenon or the best
solution to a problem?

7. How confident are you that you are able to


obtain, evaluate, and communicate
information?
8. How confident are you that you will be
successful carrying out an
experiment/build a new thing in a
particular activity/problem?
9. How confident are you that you are able to
use mathematics, science and/or
technology concepts that you learnt in
your everyday life?
10. How confident are you that you are able to
explain the STEM content of the subject/
project/ workshop to participant teens?
11. How confident are you that you have
sufficient knowledge of STEM subjects
to answer students’ questions during
your lesson?
12. How confident are you that you are able to
use a variety of teaching approaches or
strategies to develop your cognition of
mathematics/ science/ technology
concepts?

Adopted from STEAM4U supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union
http://steam4u.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Teachers_Quest-1.pdf
Part III. Teaching Strategies in STEM Education

Please, answer the following questions by putting a tick mark to the best option.

This section wishes to know the impact of the initiative of the teachers to STEM teaching strategies.

Strongly Slightly Strongly


Disagree Agree
Teaching Strategies in STEM disagree disagree agree
1 2 3 4 5
1. I am familiar with the whole structure and directions of the
lesson/ project/ workshop.
2. I can select effective teaching approaches to guide
student/teens thinking and learning in engineering/
mathematics/ science/technology.
3. I use a variety of teaching approaches or strategies to
raise students’ confidence in their capacities to perform
successfully STEM activities.
4. I know how to assess student/teens performance in a
classroom/ lesson/ workshop/ project.
5. I can adjust my teaching based on what students/teens’
currently understand or do not understand.
6. I know how to choose effective teaching approaches to
guide students’ learning and thinking.
7. I can adapt my teaching style to different learners.
8. I am familiar with common student understandings and
misconceptions of the STEM content I am teaching.
9. I know how to organize and maintain classroom
management.
10. My teaching approaches make teens/ students stay
interested in the content of the lesson/ project/ workshop.
11. I can create a classroom setting to promote students’
interest for learning STEM concepts.
12. I will continually find better ways to teach STEM content.
13. Even if I try very hard, I do not teach STEM as well as I do
in most subjects.
14. I know the steps necessary to teach STEM concepts
effectively.
15. I am not very effective in monitoring STEAM experiments.
16. I generally teach STEM content ineffectively.
17. I find it difficult to explain to students why STEM
experiments work.
18. I wonder If I have the necessary skills to teach STEM
contents.
19. When teaching STEM, I usually welcome students/teens
questions
20. I do not know what to do to turn students on to STEM

What are your classroom management strategies to make young people feel they have the
capabilities to learn STEM?

Thank you for your time and may God bless you. 😊
Adopted from STEAM4U supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union
http://steam4u.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Teachers_Quest-1.pdf