Factors with the Greatest Impact on Safety in Pennsylvania's T&E Courses

This study used the 2020 T&E Education - Facilities and Safety Survey (TEE-FASS) to collect responses via online survey software in the spring of 2020. The TEE-FASS was developed by making minor modifications to the 2001 Texas Science Safety Survey (Stephenson et al., 2003) to more accurately represent safety issues unique to T&E education. The instrument was reviewed by two national STEM education safety specialists and pilot tested among a small sample of T&E teachers to make additional changes and establish face validity. It was then advertised by ITEEA and TEEAP which yielded 718 total responses from 42 states, of which 67 responses (9% of the national sample) were teachers from Pennsylvania school districts. For the purpose of this article, only responses from Pennsylvania teachers were examined for the descriptive statistics, and the full national sample was analyzed for the correlation and logistic regression tests.

Files

Metadata

Work Title Factors with the Greatest Impact on Safety in Pennsylvania's T&E Courses
Access
Open Access
Creators
  1. Tyler S. Love
  2. Kenneth R. Roy
  3. Philip Sirinides
Keyword
  1. STEM
  2. Safety
  3. Teacher Preparation
  4. K-12
License In Copyright (Rights Reserved)
Work Type Article
Publisher
  1. Technology and Engineering Education Association of Pennsylvania
Publication Date May 2021
Subject
  1. STEM
Language
  1. English
Publisher Identifier (DOI)
  1. 1046-2945
Geographic Area
  1. Pennsylvania
Related URLs
Deposited May 04, 2021

Versions

Analytics

Collections

This resource is currently not in any collection.

Work History

Version 1
published

  • Created
  • Added Creator Tyler S. Love
  • Added Creator Kenneth R. Roy
  • Added Creator Philip Sirinides
  • Added TEEAPJournal-Spring2021-Vol69-No1.pdf
  • Updated License Show Changes
    License
    • https://rightsstatements.org/page/InC/1.0/
  • Published
  • Updated
  • Updated