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2020, Cilt 10, Sayı 1, Sayfa(lar) 114-125
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DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2020.373
An Adaptation Study of A Belief Scale of Confidence, Commitment, Collaboration, and Student Thinking in Math and Science Teaching
Yasemin KATRANCI1, Sare ŞENGÜL2
1Kocaeli University, Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Kocaeli, Turkey
2Marmara University, Atatürk Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Istanbul, Turkey
Keywords: Math teaching, Science teaching, Belief, Scale adapting

In recent years, the increase in studies of teacher beliefs about math and science teaching has required the development of a tool for evaluating beliefs in these two areas. In this context, Hudson, Kloosterman, and Galindo (2012) developed a scale that was aimed at measuring pre-service teachers’ beliefs that are about confidence, commitment, collaboration, and student thinking in math and science teaching. The scale consists of ten different sub-factors that include 60 items. In this study, it was aimed to adopt this scale. Confirmatory factor analysis was used to determine the factor structure of the scale. As a result of this analysis, the ratio of X2 df was found as 2.13. It was seen that the model shows a perfect fit. The item statistics were obtained by using item analysis. The test-retest method was used to test whether the scale gives consistent results between different applications. There was no significant difference between the two applications. Cronbach alpha internal consistency calculations were used for reliability analysis. The reliability coefficient of the whole scale was obtained as 0.935. When all analyses were evaluated as a whole, the scale was found to be a valid and reliable instrument.

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