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Affective Assessment. Assessment of Dispositions. Affective Learning Targets. Attitudes Interests Values Opinions Preferences Motivation Academic Self-Concept Self-Esteem Locus of Control Social Relationships Emotional Development Altruism Classroom Environment Moral Development.

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affective assessment

Affective Assessment

Assessment of Dispositions

affective learning targets
Affective Learning Targets

Attitudes Interests

Values Opinions

Preferences Motivation

Academic Self-Concept Self-Esteem

Locus of Control Social Relationships

Emotional Development Altruism

Classroom Environment Moral Development

attitude assessment
Positive attitudes toward:

learning

school

subject areas

teachers

working with others

Negative attitudes toward:

cheating

drug use

violence

skipping school

dropping out

Attitude Assessment
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Affective Assessment
  • Almost always used for formative purposes.
  • We cannot hold students accountable for positive or negative dispositions in the same way we do for achievement.
    • We don’t lower a student’s grade because of a negative disposition.
    • Negative dispositions require teacher intervention.
    • We don’t raise a student’s grade because of a positive disposition.
assessment methods for affective learning targets
Assessment Methods for Affective Learning Targets
  • Checklists associated with lists of positive and negative behaviors, e.g.:
    • Positive attitude toward learning: Student…
      • asks lots of questions.
      • works well with others.
      • completes all homework assignments on time.
    • Negative attitude toward learning: Student…
      • sleeps in class.
      • complains a lot.
      • is frequently tardy to class.
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Assessment Methods for Affective Learning Targets
  • Student self-reports.
    • Interviews.
    • Questionnaires and surveys.
    • Likert (Lick-ert) scales.
    • Semantic Differential scales.
  • Peer ratings.
  • Importance of anonymity.
developing questionnaires general considerations
Developing Questionnaires: General Considerations
  • Have a justification for each item.
  • Keep the survey or questionnaire as short as possible.
  • Conduct a pilot try-out of the instrument.
  • Use a format that calls for the respondent to select a response.
  • Maintain anonymity.
assessing dispositions some additional considerations
Assessing Dispositions:Some Additional Considerations
  • Inferences derived from groups are generally more valid than inferences derived from individuals.
  • Don’t ask leading questions. They can bias the results.
  • Try to keep “social desirability” out of assessments of dispositions.