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|タイトル ||:||中学校技術･家庭（家庭分野）「家庭生活と消費」における 「パフォーマンス評価」導入の試み|
|著者 ||:||安成, 美保|
|要約(Abstract) ||:||Recently, “performance-based assessment” stands out as one of the methods used to
evaluate studentsʼ learning with respect to thinking, judgment, presentation, etc.
The objective of this paper is to introduce “performance-based assessment” into home
economics classes on consumer life and behavior in Japanese junior high schools, and to examine the process of introducing this assessment method and the potentialities and/or actual tasks conducted in conjunction with it. To achieve this objective, we gave lessons on consumer life and behavior to Japanese junior high school students, introducing performance-based assessment with the last lesson.
After these lessons, we analyzed and assessed descriptions from the students.
The results were as follows : 1) We developed a task for “performance-based
assessment” involving buying T-shirts through internet shopping. 2) We developed the
rubric for “performance-based assessment” from the viewpoint of buying objects,
pigeonholing and analyzing the information on buying, their reasoning, and performance. 3)
Over 70% of students could clear the standard point in the task to select the appropriate
T-shirt by analyzing information on the T-shirts. According to the questionnaires after the lessons, many students found the “performance-based assessment” task to be easy and interesting. 4) However, only 50% could give a logical explanation for selecting their T-shirt. Our analysis showed that students had difficulty with logical thinking and descriptions.|