Attitudes Toward Mathematics Inventory (ATMI)

The Attitudes Toward Mathematics Inventory (ATMI) is a 40 question, 4-factor survey designed to measure high school and college students' attitudes toward mathematics. Unlike other math assessments, the ATMI was designed to be brief while also capturing multiple factors that contribute to one's attitude about math.

Average Review: 3 (3.8)

by anonymous, Doctoral Student, Seattle University, 4

The ATMI survey's value is appreciable. As educators we're constantly looking for ways to understand the needs and desires of our students, in their eyes. For learning to ensue, education must engender a full-duplex communication. Engaging the opinions of our students prior to emitting, carte blanche, various curricula builds trust. With trust comes honesty. With honesty comes the ability to craft lesson plans that combine needed instruction in ways that students will welcome.