Students' conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement

G.T.L. Brown, G. Hirschfeld, Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology 7 (2007) 63–74.

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Brown, G. T. L.; Hirschfeld, G.FH Bielefeld
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A study of New Zealand secondary school students using four self-report inventories of conceptions of assessment found four robust independent measurement models. Four structural models mapped the conceptions of assessment to mathematics achievement taking into account student ethnicity and student sex. The conceptions that assessment makes students accountable and was beneficial for students loaded positively on achievement, while the conceptions that assessment is fun and assessment is ignored had negative loadings on achievement. These findings are consistent with self- regulation theory and formative assessment, suggesting that students who use assessment to take responsibility for their learning by using assessment formatively will attain increased mathematics outcomes. Keywords: Assessment, secondary school students, conceptions, mathematics
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Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology
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7
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63-74
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476

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Brown, G. T. L. ; Hirschfeld, Gerrit: Students’ conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement. In: Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology Bd. 7 (2007), S. 63–74
Brown GTL, Hirschfeld G. Students’ conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement. Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology. 2007;7:63-74.
Brown, G. T. L., & Hirschfeld, G. (2007). Students’ conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement. Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 7, 63–74.
@article{Brown_Hirschfeld_2007, title={Students’ conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement}, volume={7}, journal={Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology}, author={Brown, G. T. L. and Hirschfeld, Gerrit}, year={2007}, pages={63–74} }
Brown, G. T. L., and Gerrit Hirschfeld. “Students’ Conceptions of Assessment and Mathematics: Self-Regulation Raises Achievement.” Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology 7 (2007): 63–74.
G. T. L. Brown and G. Hirschfeld, “Students’ conceptions of assessment and mathematics: self-regulation raises achievement,” Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, vol. 7, pp. 63–74, 2007.
Brown, G. T. L., and Gerrit Hirschfeld. “Students’ Conceptions of Assessment and Mathematics: Self-Regulation Raises Achievement.” Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, vol. 7, 2007, pp. 63–74.

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