Effects of self-assessment scripts on performance and self-regulation in problem solving

  • Universidad Autónoma de Madrid – Call for teaching innovation projects 2015/2016
  • Main researcher: Eva Medina
  • Coordinator: Juan Fraile

The aim of this project was exploring the effects of self-assessment scripts on performance, self-regulation and self-efficacy using a quasi-experimental design. The treatment group used the self-assessment scripts while the other acted as the control group. The instruments used to measure self-regulation were the MSLQ questionnaire and another specific questionnaire for the tasks of the course (problem solving). Self-efficacy was also measured by a specific questionnaire. Performance measurements were four group assignments, two partial exams and the final exam of the course.

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