The development of survey measures has been a key component of this project.† The scales that we have developed are included in the Manual for the Patterns of Adaptive Learning Survey (PALS), which can be downloaded directly from this site. (To download the manual, please click on the title.) If you do not have Adobe Acrobat reader or would like to update your current version, click the Adobe button to download:
C., Maehr, M. L., Hruda, L. Z., Anderman, E., Anderman, L., Freeman,
K. E., Gheen, M., Kaplan, A., Kumar, R., Middleton, M. J., Nelson,
J., Roeser, R., & Urdan, T., (2000).†
Manual for the Patterns of Adaptive
Learning Scales (PALS),
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.
Student scales include personal achievement goal orientations, perception of teacher's goals, perception of classroom goal structure, academic efficacy, academic press, academic self-handicapping, avoiding novelty, cheating behavior, disruptive behavior, self-presentation of low achievement, and skepticism about the relevance of school for future success. Teacher scales include perceptions of the school goal structure, goal-related approaches to instruction, and personal teaching efficacy.
of the surveys are also included as well as a list of selected manusripts
developed a classroom observation protocol to use in investigating
associations between teacher behaviors and practices and their studentsí
perceptions of the achievement goal structure in their classrooms.†
The manual, (Observing Patterns of Adaptive Learning OPAL)
is also available for downloading from this site.
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