Pride Teaching Environment Survey

Constructs

Like teaching; Like administrators (my school, instructional leadership); Effective teaching; Teacher evaluation; Principal support; Teacher respect; Participatory decision-making; Staff collegiality; Desired involvement in improving teaching practices; Current involvement in school policies and practices; Desired involvement in teaching practice policies; Student discipline; Student conduct rules/policies; Teacher stress; Classroom support; Teacher attitude; Interpersonal relationships; Student engagement; Teacher pay; Facilities and resources; Teacher workload

Respondents
Faculty
Grade Level
K-12
Cost
Free
Reports
  • Hall, D. (2011). Analytic strategies employed for Pride Survey’s TES survey effort. Unpublished.
  • Hall, D. (2011). Documentation report for OSDFS-TES- LES. Unpublished.
  • Hall, D. (2011). Teaching Environment Survey (TES) theoretical framework. Unpublished.
  • Hall, D. (2010). TES factor analysis result  - Summary. Unpublished.
  • International Survey Associates, LLC. (2010). TES Item Dictionary. Unpublished
Survey Instruments

Please note that while a copy of the survey instrument is publicly available at http://dbdemo.pridesurveys.com, it is copyright protected.  Information on obtaining the survey instrument can be found at: http://www.pridesurveys.com/index.php/products/.

Survey Level
K-12
Survey Data
Non-federal

This is one of the K-12 Surveys listed in the School Climate Survey Compendium.

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