The Effect of Teacher, Peer, and Self-Assessment on Subsequent Learning: The Case of Oral Presentations

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Associate Professor, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.

2 MA graduate of TEFL, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.



There has been a burgeoning of research in teacher, peer, and self-assessment in terms of reliability and validity, the use of rubrics, the implementation of these kinds of assessments in different academic settings, the effect of demographic variables in these assessments, and the benefits of these assessments. However, the effect of these assessments on subsequent learning has rarely been explored. To fill that void, this study set out to examine the effects of these kinds of assessments on subsequent learning as evidenced by students’ final exam scores. Two intact classes were chosen and teacher, peer, and self-assessments were employed in a general English class. The scores achieved on the students’ oral presentations exhibited a statistically significant correlation between the teacher awarded scores and those on the final examination of general English proficiency as a course. Peer awarded scores could also predict final exam scores, though not as good as teacher awarded ones. Self-assessment failed to correlate significantly with final exam scores and teacher/peer assessments. The reasons for the findings are discussed further in the paper.


Article Title [فارسی]

تاثیر ارزیابی معلم، هم کلاسی و خود ارزیابی در یادگیری متعاقب: بررسی ارائه های شفاهی

Authors [فارسی]

  • محمد صالحی 1
  • افسانه فرهنگ 2
1 دانشیار دانشگاه صنعتی شریف، تهران، ایران.
2 کارشناس ارشد آموزش زبان انگلیسی، دانشگاه صنعتی شریف، تهران، ایران.
Abstract [فارسی]

در خصوص ارزیابى معلم، هم کلاسى، و خود ارزیابى تحقیقات گسترده ای انجام شده است . اما تاثیرارزیابى معلم، هم کلاسى، و خود ارزیابى در یادگیرى متعاقب، به ندرت مورد بررسى قرار گرفته است. براى رفع این نقیصه، مطالعه حاضر تاثیرارزیابى معلم، هم کلاسى، و خود ارزیابى در یادگیرى متعاقب را که در آن یادگیرى متعاقب به صورت نمرات پایان ترم نمود پیدا مى کرد، مورد بررسى قرار داد.  از دو کلاس بدون اینکه روال عادى کلاس بهم بخورد استفاده شد.  نمرات معلم در ارایه هاى شفاهى همبستگى بالای با نمرات پایان ترم داشت. نمرات هم کلاسیها هم میتوانست نمرات پایان ترم را پیش بینى کند. گرچه میزان این پیش بینى کمتر از نمرات معلم بود. نمرات خود ارزیابى  ارتباط معنى دارى با نمرات معلم، هم کلاسیها و نمرات پایان ترم نداشت. دلایل این یافته ها مورد بحث قرار خواهد گرفت. 

Keywords [فارسی]

  • خود ارزیابی
  • ارزیابی همکلاسی
  • ارزیابی معلم
  • تجزیه و تحلیل افت تحصیلی
  • یادگیری متعاقب
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