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Lärares självförtroende i bedömarrollen och dess inverkan på samstämmighet i betygsättning

Johannisson, Anna LU and Svensson, Karin LU (2013) PSYK01 20131
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
This study focuses on 6th grade Swedish teachers’ self-efficacy in the grading procedure, hypothesizing that high versus low self-efficacy will have an impact on the grade the teacher give an authentic short story. A total of 34 teachers answered the survey and the results showed that the teachers were inconclusive in their grading of the short story, and that self-efficacy and attitude towards the grading criteria material were positively correlated (r=0,37; p<0,05). Furthermore, no correlation was found between professional experience and self-efficacy. Finally, the analysis showed that teachers are inconclusive in their grading process, although the hypothesis suggesting that high- versus low teacher grading- efficacy would affect... (More)
This study focuses on 6th grade Swedish teachers’ self-efficacy in the grading procedure, hypothesizing that high versus low self-efficacy will have an impact on the grade the teacher give an authentic short story. A total of 34 teachers answered the survey and the results showed that the teachers were inconclusive in their grading of the short story, and that self-efficacy and attitude towards the grading criteria material were positively correlated (r=0,37; p<0,05). Furthermore, no correlation was found between professional experience and self-efficacy. Finally, the analysis showed that teachers are inconclusive in their grading process, although the hypothesis suggesting that high- versus low teacher grading- efficacy would affect grading showed no result. These are interesting results encouraging further research in this area. (Less)
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author
Johannisson, Anna LU and Svensson, Karin LU
supervisor
organization
course
PSYK01 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Attityd, Självförtroende, Betygssystem, Betygsättning, Lärare
language
Swedish
id
3878448
date added to LUP
2013-06-28 10:25:19
date last changed
2013-06-28 10:25:19
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  abstract     = {This study focuses on 6th grade Swedish teachers’ self-efficacy in the grading procedure, hypothesizing that high versus low self-efficacy will have an impact on the grade the teacher give an authentic short story. A total of 34 teachers answered the survey and the results showed that the teachers were inconclusive in their grading of the short story, and that self-efficacy and attitude towards the grading criteria material were positively correlated (r=0,37; p<0,05). Furthermore, no correlation was found between professional experience and self-efficacy. Finally, the analysis showed that teachers are inconclusive in their grading process, although the hypothesis suggesting that high- versus low teacher grading- efficacy would affect grading showed no result. These are interesting results encouraging further research in this area.},
  author       = {Johannisson, Anna and Svensson, Karin},
  keyword      = {Attityd,Självförtroende,Betygssystem,Betygsättning,Lärare},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Lärares självförtroende i bedömarrollen och dess inverkan på samstämmighet i betygsättning},
  year         = {2013},
}