The Results of Student Achievement Monitoring in Primary School in the Context of Educational Environment

The Results of Student Achievement Monitoring in Primary School in the Context of Educational Environment

  • Version 1.0.0
  • Download 0
  • File Size 305.03 KB
  • File Count 1
  • Create Date August 2, 2018
  • Last Updated August 2, 2018

The Results of Student Achievement Monitoring in Primary School in the Context of Educational Environment

The presentation investigates the results of Student Achievement Monitoring (SAM) in primary school within the context of educational environment. SAM was designed to characterize primary school students’, subject competence (in mathematics and language) in terms of levels of mastery derived from Vygotsky’,s learning theory. We investigate three levels of educational environment: individual, class, and school. Since the data have a multilevel structure, we used the hierarchical regression model to investigate the interactions of variables. We pay special attention to the class and school characteristics, which may be adjusted by school or government, such as school type and learning curriculum. The teachers’, practices and beliefs are other points of interest. We’,ve found the development of students’, subject competence is significantly correlated with the school type, educational program, class size, teachers’, practice and experience.Keywords: primary school, teacher, practice, subject competence, HLM

Attached Files

FileAction
paper_371f6de.pdfDownload 
Menu
X