Yıl 2011, Cilt 10, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 909 - 925 2011-12-01

Öğretmen Adaylarının Akran Değerlendirmeye İlişkin Görüşleri
The Opinions of Prospective Teachers about Peer Assessment

Erdal Bay [1]

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Akran değerlendirme son yıllarda öğretmen eğitiminde popular olmaya başlamıştır. Bu çalışmada, öğretmen adaylarının akran değerlendirmeye ilişkin görüşleri ile öğretmen, akran ve kendini değerlendirme sonuçları arasındaki korelasyon araştırılmıştır. Araştırma, İngilizce öğretmenliği anabilim dalında ölçme ve değerlendirme dersine devam eden 56 öğretmen adayı üzerinde gerçekleştirilmiştir. Verilerin toplanmasında açık uçlu anket ve görüşme kullanılmıştır. Öğretmen adaylarının, bu tekniğin kişisel ve mesleki beceriler kazandırdığını, öğrenmenin niteliğini artırdığını, öğrenmelere ilişkin yapıcı dönütler sağladığını, demokratik değerler kazandırdığını ve güvenilir bir teknik olduğunu düşündükleri belirlenmiştir. Zaman alıcı faaliyet olarak görülmesi, öğretmen adaylarının değerlendirme yapabilecek yeterliliğe sahip olmadıkları, bazı öğrenenlerin duygusal davranması, arkadaşlık etkisi faktörlerin bu tekniğin güvenilirliğini etkilediği, bu tekniğe ilişkin olumsuz eleştiriler olarak görülmektedir. Bunların yanı sıra kendi, öğretmen ve akran değerlendirme puanları arasında anlamlı pozitif korelasyon hesaplanmıştır. Sonuç olarak, dereceli puanlama anahtarı, gizlilik, ölçütlerin belirginliği, değerlendirme konusunda öğretmen adaylarının eğitimi ve akaran değerlendirme için daha az zaman ayrılması akran değerlendirmeyi etkileyen faktörlerdir. Öğretmenlere, yeni ölçme ve değerlendirme yaklaşımlarını öğrenme ortamındaki yapılandırmacı uygulamalar içinde yansıtmaları önerilebilir
Introduction: Peer assessment has been popular in teacher education for decades. In this study, the opinions of prospective teachers about peer-assessment after an implemented course were collected. The correlation between peer-assessment scores and those of self-assessment and teacher assessments were also investigated. Method: A survey was administered to 56 prospective teachers taking the “Measurement and Evaluation” course in the department of English language teaching. Peer assessment, as well as self-evaluation and teacher-based assessment were applied in the study. To collect the data, open-ended questionnaires and interview forms were employed. Finding: The results indicated that that prospective teacher thought that they acquired professional skills through peer assessment. They also perceived that peer assessment enhanced the quality of learning, provided constructive feedback in learning process, and enabled them to obtain some democratic values. It was also regarded as a tiring and time-consuming activity. Lastly, as parallel to the literature, prospective teachers criticized peer assessment that they were not capable of evaluating themselves effectively because of several reasons such as peer-effect, emotional improper acts and unreliability among peers against each other‟s. Besides, significant a positive correlation was found among peer, self and teacher assessment scores. Conclusion: In conclusion, secrecy, usage of the rubrics, better comprehension of the criteria, training of prospective teachers in evaluation, and spending less time can be the factors that affect the peer assessment. Teachers are suggested that they should adopt contemporary measurement and evaluation techniques reflected within constructivist implementations in learning environments
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Diğer ID JA32RF94TV
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Yazar: Erdal Bay
Kurum: Gaziantep Eğitim Fakültesi, Eğitim Bilimleri Bölümü

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APA Bay, E . (2011). The Opinions of Prospective Teachers about Peer Assessment. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 10 (2), 909-925. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/jss/issue/24242/257015
MLA Bay, E . "The Opinions of Prospective Teachers about Peer Assessment". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 10 (2011): 909-925 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/jss/issue/24242/257015>
Chicago Bay, E . "The Opinions of Prospective Teachers about Peer Assessment". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 10 (2011): 909-925
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ISNAD Bay, Erdal . "Öğretmen Adaylarının Akran Değerlendirmeye İlişkin Görüşleri". Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 10 / 2 (Aralık 2011): 909-925.