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Rubrics vs. self-assessment scripts effect on self-regulation, performance and self-efficacy in pre-service teachers

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posted on 2022-11-02, 01:16 authored by Ernesto Panadero, J Alonso-Tapia, E Reche
Two approaches to self-assessment are optimal, because they include the assessment criteria: rubrics and scripts. The aim of this study is to compare the effect of rubrics and scripts on self-regulation, performance and self-efficacy. A total of 69 pre-service teachers participated in the study. During a semester the participants were trained to design multimedia material in three experimental conditions (rubrics, scripts and control). Results showed that students using the scripts had higher levels of learning self-regulation after the intervention, whereas rubrics decreased performance/avoidance self-regulation (negative self-regulatory actions detrimental to learning). No significant effects were found for students' performance or self-efficacy. Students preferred the use of rubrics to the use of scripts. © 2013.

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Journal

Studies in Educational Evaluation

Volume

39

Pagination

125 - 132

ISSN

0191-491X