The development and validation of the self-assessment practice scale

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Abstract

Self-assessment is a core skill for self-regulated learning and life-long learning. This study aims to develop a new instrument entitled Self-assessment Practice Scale and to examine the psychometric properties of the scale using a sample of Hong Kong primary and secondary students. A total of 2,906 Hong Kong students ranged from primary 4 to secondary 3 completed the scale. Findings from Rasch and factor analyses suggested the use of a three-dimension structure (i.e., Seeking External Feedback, Seeking Internal Feedback and Self-reflection) to assess students’ self-assessment practice. The three subscales demonstrated acceptable psychometric properties. Limitations and suggestions for further improvement were proposed. Copyright © 2017 IEDRC All rights reserved.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2017

Citation

Yan, Z. (2017, April). The development and validation of the self-assessment practice scale. Paper presented at the 2017 3rd International Conference on Learning and Teaching (ICLT 2017), Hotel Regent Marine the Blue, Jeju Island, South Korea.

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