Riggs and Enochs (1990) devised the Science Teaching Efficacy Beliefs (STEB) Instrument, which is composed of two scales, the Personal Science Teaching Efficacy Belief Scale (PSTEB) and the Science Teaching Outcome Expectancy Scale (STOE), to measure practising elementary school teachers' sense of science teaching efficacy.
What does PSTEB stand for?
PSTEB stands for Personal Science Teaching Efficacy Belief (teaching scale)
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The STEBI-B is comprised of two subscales; personal science teaching efficacy beliefs (PSTE) and science teaching outcome expectancy (STOE).