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Identifying Prospective Teachers’ Perceived Competence Towards Use of Assessment and Evaluation Methods

  • Saide SadıkoğluEmail author
  • Cigdem Hursen
  • Erkan Bal
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1095)

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to identify prospective teachers’ perceived competence towards using assessment and evaluation methods. In addition, the study also aims to explore the problems that prospective teachers face when using assessment and evaluation methods. A total of 100 prospective teachers at their final year of studies at the Department of Early Childhood Education of a private university participated in the study. The results of the study revealed that the prospective teachers mostly prefer to use traditional assessment and evaluation methods and face-to-face assessment methods. It was also identified that the prospective teachers’ perceived competence towards using assessment and evaluation methods are at medium level.

Keywords

Product-oriented assessment methods Process-oriented assessment methods Prospective teachers Early childhood education 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Near East UniversityMersin 10Turkey

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