The Learning Emotions Math Survey can help schools find out how students feel about math. It asks about specific emotions like relief, shame, enjoyment, anxiety, pride, boredom, hope, and disappointment. By understanding these feelings, teachers can get insights into how students experience math. This helps them teach in ways that support students better, identify areas where students might need more help, and create a positive and enjoyable learning environment for math.
The survey is split into two separate surveys with 24 questions in each.
Questionnaire / Scales