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ERIC Number: ED098230
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 16
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The Effects of Training and Feedback on Self-Evaluation.
Ribich, Frank M.
A workshop was designed to sensitize participants to the nature of their own intervention in teaching evaluation. The following served as research questions: (a) Will a workshop in self-evaluation improve self-perception of teaching performance, the perception of an internal source of evaluation, and skill in self-evaluation of teaching performance? (b) What effect do different conditions of feedback have on the development of self-perceived teaching performance, the perceptions of an internal source of evaluation, and the development of self-evaluation skills? and (c) Will the participants react favorably toward the workshop variables? Thirty graduate students were randomly placed in three feedback treatment groups. All students videotaped three microlessons and self-evaluated them. These evaluations were then compared with the evaluations of a panel of experts. Augmented feedback was given to two of the treatment groups in the form of knowledge of the results of the two evaluations (self and panel) and/or knowledge of results and a group supervisory conference. Correlated t-tests for pre- and posttest means showed statistically significant results for the three dependent variables (self-perception, panel perception, and agreement). An analysis of covariance, utilizing the pretest as a covariate, produced no significant differences between treatment groups. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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