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Pupils'self-assessment at elementary school
Reine, Petra ; Novotná, Kateřina (advisor) ; Laufková, Veronika (referee)
The thesis deals with self-evaluation of pupils at the secondary school. The goal was to describe concept of self-evaluation in relation to school assessment and to introduce self-assessment into health education classes in 6th grades at secondary school. The research included designing and applying several techniques of self-evaluation at the secondary school and then describing and reflecting on the whole process. The theoretical part focuses on the evaluation of pupils at school, including the analysis of current curriculum documents and legislation. Furthermore, the elements that support the student's learning are described here. The last part of the theoretical part deals with self- evaluation. It defines the term self-evaluation and describes the effects of self-assessment on the student and also includes a presentation of various self-assessment techniques. The practical part was realized as an action research. It describes the process of implementing of self-evaluation, including overcoming minor obstacles that arose during the research. The research was carried out in the 6th grade at secondary school in health education classes. The preparatory phase of the analysis of school documents was followed by the initial data collection, which consisted of observations of pupils and further...
Self-assesment of pupils at a primary school
Škachová, Barbora ; Hejlová, Helena (advisor) ; Krčmářová, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis has theoretic - empirical character. The thesis is focused on self - assessment proces of pupil on the firt level of primary school. The aim of the work is to ensure and to interpret which of methods and resources the teacher have used for evaluation during the guidance of first grade - pupils to their self - assessment. The theoretical part focuses on purpose and reason of self - assessment and it's position in evaluation procedurs of teacher and on pupil's develipment, which is very essential for self - assessment, too. This part is concentrated on teacher's copmetencies which are very important for his - her option to lead pupils to the assessment. The practical part is based on cognitire investigation. The research part contains some objectives, methods, and research questions: What is the use of methods during the leading of pupils to self assessment? What is the pupil's experience with self - assessment? This part is concentrated on case studies of purposefully selected teachers, teachers and pupil's answer, which were done trough questions of the test. Next it focuses on portfolio analysis, they have a positive impact on children's self - assessment. At the end of the work the above questions were answered. KEY WORDS assessment, self - assessment, teacher, pupil,...
Formative evaluation at the primary school
Cée, Iveta ; Hejlová, Helena (advisor) ; Vondřičková, Klára (referee)
The aim of my diploma thesis was to find out how teachers lead their pupils to self - assessment and how this effort relates to the type of their teaching style. The individual teaching styles, their suitability for pupils self-esteem, the particularities of individual development periods and the pupils self-evaluation in these developmental periods are characterized in the theoretical part. The practical part contains a case study, which describes the teaching styles of ten elementary school teachers and their influence on pupils' self-assessment. For the research task I used the data processing via observation and interviewing methods. Another method used in my research is the action teacher research, which helped me to find out my own teaching style and the level of self-esteem students are able to achieve in the 5th grade. The results of the research point to the influence of teacher's teaching style on self-assessment of pupils. Teachers focusing on the facilitating or liberal teaching style really lead pupils to the ability of self- assessment. Fifth-grade pupils who have not been lead to self-assessement since the first grade are not able to self-assess on the level of upper secondary school age.