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development and validation of a simulation device to measure teacher affective sensitivity

Constance H. Kravas

development and validation of a simulation device to measure teacher affective sensitivity

by Constance H. Kravas

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Published by Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teacher-student relationships.,
  • Interaction analysis in education.,
  • Teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: leaves 43-46.

    StatementConstance H. Kravas.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 leaves ;
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17768052M

      Instructional communication scholars have long been interested in creating and testing alternative approaches to measuring cognitive learning. One of the existing measures, the Cognitive Learning Measure (Frisby & Martin, ), has not yet been fully validated. This series of three studies examined the factorial and concurrent validity of the by: Like Chapter 3, this chapter summarizes the main techniques used in affective test construction, again from conception to development. Some key features of affective items are reviewed, and a list of item writing guidelines is then presented. As in any testing application, affective test construction begins with a purpose statement.

    Validation Techniques (1) •Animation: Display model’s operational behavior •Comparison to Other Models: Simulated model output vs. known models output •Degenerate Tests: Degeneracy of the model’s behavior for certain input and parameter values •Event Validity: Event occurrence in simulation vs. real system •Extreme Condition Tests: Model’s behavior should be. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

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This study developed a teacher self-assessment instrument in the form of six factors across two overarching constructs, resulting in one Positive Relationships scale with three factors; and three related, but separate, scales measuring elements of the Classroom Environment.

Many teacher skills and qualities are known to contribute to effectiveness in the classroom, such as teacher Author: King, Holly M, King. nary validation of a low-inference, behaviorally oriented measure of perceived teacher confirmation, (b) a cross-validation study of the new instrument and an attempt to establish concurrent validity of the new instrument, and (c) the results of two investigations of the relation-ships among perceived teacher confirmation, affective learning.

Note the model which would accompany the above reviev/. ERIC ^From: Constance H. Kravas, "The Development and Validation of a Simulation Device to Measure Teacher Affective Sensitivity," Pullman: Washington State University, Final Report, National Institute of Education, Project No.pp.

2 and 3. The measurement of affective sensitivity: the development of an instrument. Werner DW, Kagan N, Schneider J. The Affective Sensitivity Scale, Form D is a media-based, multiple-choice test of one facet of human empathy. It is machine scorable, has norms based on over three thousand people and is likely to be useful in research on medical by: 3.

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Pupils rated the zoological topic as mo- nition‖ and include additional factors such as affective and social variables which need to be taken into account when investigating learning processes. More recent psychological. process and development effort. We examine the Hybrid model using the well-known Design of Experiments (DOE) methodology in conjunction with sensitivity analysis conducted over a broad range of values for the selected input parameters.

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Effectiveness of Simulation versus Hands-on Labs: A Case Study for Teach- device, or concept. Because simulation is concerned with modeling of real-world problems, simulation in engineering usually refers to the (), in traditional education, the teacher is responsible for the students’ learning.

Teachers typically lecture to. As interest in applying cognitive load theory (CLT) to the study and design of pedagogic and technological approaches in healthcare simulation grows, suitable measures of cognitive load (CL) are needed. Here, we report a two-phased study investigating the sensitivity of subjective ratings of mental effort (SRME) and secondary-task performance (signal detection Cited by: Simulation designers and instructional facilitators need to represent a simulation for what it is: an approximation of reality.

Good rules of thumb: Articulate the purpose and learning objectives before building the simulation, apply best practices to model design and validation, then ensure the simulation is used appropriately.

(e) The development of interests in science and science-related activities. (f) The development of an interest in pursuing a career in science or science-related work.

Although this classification does not pretend to be a complete taxonomy of the affective domain, it would be desirable to have such taxonomy as it concerns students’s learning.

effective teaching, the validation of any teaching effectiveness measure must focus on a wide range of indicators" (p).

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demonstrated the validation and reliability of measure reflection. The study also showed that these scales are suitable to use in different disciplines in teacher education. Keywords: teacher reflection, reflection instrument, teaching practice, induction year teachers, confirmatory factor analysis, measure reflection DOI: /tr 1.The DIT is a multiple choice, group-administered computer-scored measure [6,7].

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