Preservice Teacher Feedback Survey

The Preservice Teacher Feedback Survey measures beliefs about classroom feedback practices and confidence in giving feedback to students. The measure is designed for use by preservice teachers to assess the extent to which their beliefs and confidence in giving feedback align with research on quality feedback. The measure has been used as a pre- and post-test to assess the effects of initial teacher education courses on assessment.

Content

Domains
Subdomain
Topics
Classroom Instruction,
Teacher Knowledge,
Teacher Skills,
Teacher Beliefs,
Teacher Self-Efficacy
Grades
Pre-Kindergarten
Languages
English
Respondent
Teacher

Administration Information

Length
18 multiple-choice items across two dimensions (Beliefs about Other Teachers’ Feedback Practices; Confidence in Personal Feedback Skills) and 10 open-response items measuring Beliefs about Feedback.
National Sample
No

Psychometrics

Open Access
No
Used in Peer-Reviewed Research
Yes
Psychometric Citations

Thomas, A. F., & Sondergeld, T. (2015). Investigating the Impact of Feedback Instruction: Partnering Preservice Teachers with Middle School Students to Provide Digital, Scaffolded Feedback. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 15(4), 83–109.