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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30012

Title: Self-assessment in a technology supported environment: The case of grade 9 geography
Authors: Ross, John A.
Starling, Michelle
Keywords: Self-assessment
Self-assessment training
Student achievement
Academic achievement
Self-efficacy
Context effect
Self evaluation (individuals)
Training
Educational technology
Technology uses in education
Educational environment
Grade 9
Geography
Global Information Systems
Computer software
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Ross, J. A. & Starling, M. (2008). Self-assessment in a technology supported environment: The case of grade 9 geography. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policies, and Practice, 15(2), 183-199. doi:10.1080/09695940802164218
Abstract: We investigated the impact of self-assessment training on student achievement and on computer self-efficacy in a technology-supported learning environment (grade 9 students using Global Information Systems software). We found that self-assessment had a positive effect on student achievement, accounting for 25% of the variance across three measures. The treatment effect was as large for females as for males and for those with low initial self-efficacy as it was for those with higher scores. In addition, self-efficacy increased more in the control than in the treatment group. We interpreted the self-efficacy results to be a positive outcome of the treatment: teachers may have used self-assessment training to depress the inflated self-perceptions of some teenagers.
Description: *Corresponding Author Dr. John A. Ross, Professor, Curriculum, Teaching, & Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Box 719, 1994 Fisher Dr., Peterborough, ON K9J 7A1 CANADA jross@oise.utoronto.ca tel: 705-742-9773, ext 2293 fax: 705-742-5104
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30012
ISSN: 0969-594X [print]
1465-329X [online]
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