Measuring Activation and Engagement: Activation Lab, Enables Success Study 2011

Date: 
Friday, October 7, 2011
Resource Type:
Report | Reference Materials
Environment Type: 
Public Programs, Afterschool Programs, Summer and Extended Camps, Museum and Science Center Programs, Public Events and Festivals, Park, Outdoor, and Garden Programs, Aquarium and Zoo Programs, Exhibitions, Museum and Science Center Exhibits, Informal/Formal Connections, K-12 Programs
Audience: 
Elementary School Children (6-10) | Middle School Children (11-13) | Educators/Teachers | Museum/ISE Professionals | Evaluators
Discipline: 
Education and learning science
Organization:
University of Pittsburgh, Lawrence Hall of Science
Description: 

This technical report summarizes the statistical analyses used to determine how well the Measuring Activation (MA) instrument developed through the Science Learning Activation Lab project gathers appropriate information about the five dimensions of activation. The MA instrument was designed to evaluate the impact of science-learning programs and experiences on activation, and contains a series of survey items organized around five identified dimensions of activation. The five dimensions of activation are: fascination, values, perceived autonomy, competency beliefs, and scientific sensemaking.

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Team Members

Debra MooreDebra MooreAuthor
Joo ChungJoo ChungAuthor
Mac CannadyAuthor

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