Longitudinal Study on the Effects of Formative and Shared Assessment on Pre-Service Teacher Education
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Discipline/sActividad Física y Deporte
Subject/sPre-service teacher education
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This study presents the research outcomes of a Formative and Shared Assessment experience in future Early Childhood Education teachers over two consecutive academic years, paying special attention to the assessment system’s advantages and disadvantages, student’s academic performance and teacher and student workload. It was a developmental longitudinal ex-post-facto study conducted in one cohort of pre-service teacher education (PSTE), applied to two consecutive courses of the Early Childhood Education Degree related to Physical Education. The data collection instruments were an anonymous student questionnaire, validated by Castejón-Oliva et al. (2015) and the best practices reports proposed by the Formative and Shared Assessment Network, filled in by the course teachers. The results revealed that students found more advantages than disadvantages in the assessment system in both courses. Besides, academic performance was observed to be very positive, and it was higher in the second ...