Teaching Style Survey
Note from Developer: This is an adapted form left over from an uncompleted project. I no longer maintain it, but it is here for you to experiment with.
As Grasha was reported as saying later in his life, I am no longer convinced that the survey measures much besides its preconceptions.
Still, you may find that the questions lead you to think about teaching and learning in new ways.
If you want to use this form in your work, download it and find someone who can do the following things, which are simple for anyone who knows how:
Upload the file to a server you can access;
Kindly remove any link to our site from the code.
The following is a Grasha-Riechmann teaching style survey. Respond to each of the items below in terms of how you teach.
If you teach some courses differently than others, respond in terms only of one specific course. Fill out another survey for the course(s) that you teach in a different style.
Try to answer as honestly and as objectively as you can.
Resist the temptation to respond as you believe you should or ought to think or behave, or in terms of what you believe is the expected or proper thing to do.
Respond to questions below by using the following rating scale:1 = strongly disagree | 2 = moderately disagree | 3 = undecided |