Frequency of Mathematics Instructional Practices Survey

The Frequency of Mathematics Instructional Practices Survey is a 14-item survey of self-reported instructional practices. The survey can be used by teachers, administrators, teacher educators, policymakers and researchers in order to assess the extent to which teachers' practices are social-constructivist or transmission-based.

Content

Domains
Subdomain
Topics
Classroom Instruction
Grades
K-12
Languages
English
Respondent
Teacher

Administration information

Length
14 items across two domains (social-constructivist instructional practice; transmission-based instructional practice).
Price

Free

Administration
Individual,
Self-report
National Sample
No

Psychometrics

Scoring
Computer scoring
Manual scoring
Open Access
Yes
Resources on Psychometric Properties
Carney, M. B., Brendefur, J. L., Hughes, G. R., & Thiede, K. (2015). Developing a Mathematical Instructional Practice Survey: Considerations and Evidence. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 4(1), 93.