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Name of instrument
Official and informal names here
Where authoritative information about the site can be found. If in doubt, add more than one. Ideally a website but if not available a published resource.
A short description of around 150-300 words, describing the key features and purposes of the instrument, who it is intended for and what is involved at a practical level. This can be copied and pasted from an authoratative source.
If possible, include sample items/questions from the instrument
Is the resource free or paid? Is it open source or not?
Validity/reliability measures given?
(if known) include whether information about the instrument’s validity and reliability are known
Aspect of autonomy
Which aspect of autonomy or autonomous learning does it attempt to cover?
Is it intended for use in formal educational settings or in informal settings?
Is it intended to be used with learners, teachers, parents, other stakeholders?
surveys. Interviews, etc.
Studies this has been used in
First (if available) mention a key study (perhaps one that first used this instrument/made it widely-known).
Next, any language education studies this has been used in.
Black, A. E., & Deci, E. L. (2000). The effects of instructors' autonomy support and students' autonomous motivation on learning organic chemistry: A self-determination theory perspective. Science Education, 84, 740-756.
Have you used this instrument? You can add your experiences in the comments.