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Understanding How A Case-Based Assessment Instrument Influences Student Teachers’ Learning Approaches
In the current study, the authors examine student teachers’ learning approaches in the context of case-based assessment. Hereto, they investigated the direct effects of the student teachers’ general beliefs on the cognitive demands of assessment on their learning approaches. Also the student teachers’ perceptions of the cognitive demands of the case-based assessment instrument were considered as a mediating variable. The results indicate that the student teachers’ perception of the deep-level demands of the OverAll Test mediates the effect of their beliefs on the adoption of deep approaches to learning.
Updated: Jan. 26, 2009
Dispositional Statements on Student Teacher Evaluation Instruments: Commonalities across Institutions
The purpose of this study was to investigate summative student teacher evaluation instruments to determine the most common dispositions evaluated by teacher preparatory programs. Thirteen disposition categories emerged from the data: (a) Acceptance of Criticism, (b) Critical Thinking, (c) Enthusiasm, (d) Ethics, (e) Leadership, (f) Personality, (g) Professional Growth, (h) Reflectivity, (i) Relationships, (j) Respect for Learner, (k) Self-confidence, (l) Service to Student, School and Community, and (m) Work Habits.
Updated: Oct. 02, 2008