Crooks Terence J. (1988). Â« The Impact of Classroom Evaluation Practices on Students Â». Review of Educational Research, vol. 58, nÂ° 4, p. 438–481.
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BibTeX citation key: Crooks1988
Subcategories: Ă‰valuation des Ă©lĂ¨ves, Ă‰valuation des Ă©lĂ¨ves
Keywords: Ă©valuation, Ă©valuation des Ă©lĂ¨ves
Collection: Review of Educational Research
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In most educational programs, a substantial proportion of teacher and student time is devoted to activities which involve (or lead directly to) evaluation by the teacher of student products or behavior. This review summarizes results from 14 specific fields of research that cast light on the relationships between classroom evaluation practices and student outcomes. Particular attention is given to outcomes involving learning strategies, motivation, and achievement. Where possible, mechanisms are suggested that could account for the reported effects. The conclusions derived from the individual fields are then merged to produce an integrated summary with clear implications for effective educational practice. The primary conclusion is that classroom evaluation has powerful direct and indirect impacts, which may be positive or negative, and thus deserves very thoughtful planning and implementation.
Added by: Laure Endrizzi