In the knowledge age of mankind, one of the most important organisations in society can be said to be educational organizations that produce knowledge or schools in general. That's because schools are organisations that process, produce, present information and spread it across society. In achieving success in education organisations, the role of teachers with an innovative structure and a high perception of innovation is important. It is therefore thought that identifying teachers' perceptions of innovation will contribute to innovation-related research. Moving from the information in question, the purpose of this research is to develop a scale that will enable measuring teacher perceptions of innovation in education organisations. Research data by measuring tool consisting of 39 substances; from sample groups where 120 teachers were included for pre-application and 219 teachers for the original application. After the Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) was conducted, 3 subscales and 32 substances were obtained. The scale accounts for 70.92% of the total variance. " The total Alpha ratio of the scale was found to be .962. The structure of the resulting scale with EFA, Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA), has been tested and verified. Based on the results revealed, the scale can be said to be a valid and reliable data collection tool.