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Title: Pushing learners to work through tests and marks: Motivating or demotivating? - A case in a Taiwanese university
Authors: 黃淑真
Huang, Shu-Chen
Contributors: 外文中心
Date: 2012.03
Issue Date: 2014-10-16 17:01:36 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study focused on the interface between classroom assessment and learning motivation, in particular, whether and how classroom tests and grades motivated student effort. In a university in Taiwan, six English as a Foreign Language teacher interviews were conducted, and 744 student surveys, accompanied by 289 more detailed written opinions, were gathered and analyzed. It was found that teacher considerations in designing classroom tests and assigning nontest grades were associated with intentions to ensure student efforts. Students were generally alert to grade-related requirements but reacted differently. Many indicated the effectiveness of tests in inducing student effort but felt ambivalent about being pushed to study by tests and grades. Teachers should avoid actually demotivating students when their original aim was to motivate.
Relation: Language Assessment Quarterly, 9(1), 60-77
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15434303.2010.510898
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