Matrisens inverkan i feedbackprocessen - En kvalitativ undersökning av bedömningsmatriser i lärandeprocessen // The influence of matrixes on the feedback process - A qualitative study of evaluation matrixes in the learning process

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Matrisens inverkan i feedbackprocessen - En kvalitativ undersökning av bedömningsmatriser i lärandeprocessen // The influence of matrixes on the feedback process - A qualitative study of evaluation matrixes in the learning process

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Title Matrisens inverkan i feedbackprocessen - En kvalitativ undersökning av bedömningsmatriser i lärandeprocessen // The influence of matrixes on the feedback process - A qualitative study of evaluation matrixes in the learning process
Author(s) Larsson, Viktor ; Sundblad, Håkan
Date 2011
English abstract
Our paper is based on matrixes and the feedback process as tools in the daily work in the higher education system. The main purpose with this paper is to investigate if these tools can enhance the effect of formative assessment and increase students’ empowerment in the courses. In do-ing so, we investigate if students experience that their efforts result in increased progression in their courses and if they acquire adequate proficiency in the subject matters native to their pro-grams, along with an increased desire for lifelong learning. Compulsory collection of data for profit is conducted through interviews of students in year one of the IT media program and the IT program. Students have been divided into three groups that received feedback from three different models which are based on Sadler’s theories about how an assessment matrix should be constructed and Hattie and Timperley’s levels of learning pro-cesses. The research underlying this paper is based on the significance of feedback for skills develop-ment, lifelong learning, student influence and formative assessment. In conclusion, the results suggest that feedback linked to matrixes increases student understand-ing of the assessment process and motivation to learn, provided that matrixes are comprehensi-ble throughout the process of the project.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Lärarutbildningen
Pages 27
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) Feedback
bedömningsmatris
formativ bedömning
lärandeprocesser
ämneskunskap
utveckling
livslångt lärande
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/12294 (link to this page)

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