Pre-College Annual Self-Efficacy Survey

LAESE is designed to identify longitudinal changes in the self-efficacy of undergraduate students studying engineering. (see AWE Self-Efficacy Literature Overview and Information on Self-Efficacy). LAESE can be used with any students studying engineering. A High School instrument, based on LAESE, was developed and tested by the Female Recruits Explore Engineering (FREE) Project.

Average Review: 4 (4.0)

by anonymous, Front Range STEM Specialist, Colorado State Univeristy, 4

My initial concern with this survey is its length. I feel participants will tire of the questions before completing the survey and either not complete the survey or not complete the survey to the best of their ability. I am also concerned in questions 21-23, that the measure of success is earning an A or a B in the respective classes as opposed to learning, life skill development, career development, et al. That being said, I believe that the information collected would be informative and helpful in assessing where there might be gaps in the Engineering program. Additionally, individual follow up with students would also be a valuable outcome of this survey.