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User Username Password Remember me. Basically, con sensus on a topic can be reached if a certain percentage of the votes fall within a specific range. In this dimension, there is a moderate agreement, a substantial agreement or an almost perfect agreement among raters in every item, with the exception of items 38 and 39, with a fair agreement among experts, as shown in Table 9.

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Dimensiones del aprendizaje. Manual para el maestro by Robert Marzano ()

Teachers of grades K can use this information to improve teaching and learning in any content area. Xprendizaje estimate the CMQ internal consistency using Cronbach’s alpha. Learning Environments Research, 18 1 Mertler’s four broad stages of planning, acting, developing, and reflecting included Johnson’s processes of identifying a problem, reviewing the literature, planning and implementing actions, planning for and gathering dimesiones, analyzing data, and reporting the data.

Trainer’s Manual Robert J. Teacher re search journal. I believed that students learning with others in small collaborative groups was effective, as it let students assume a more active role in class, share knowledge and experiences about both language and topics, support each other when language difficulties appeared, learn from each other’s products, and finally, improve their performance Teacher research journal.

I also realized that topics were very flexible for curriculum organization. Below are the four sources used in the design of the CMQ: However, over time, I began to see that my students were more confident, motivated to learn, and able to use English meaningfully.

Another important thing I saw was that students finally believe they can use English in a meaningful way and they finally saw themselves achieving something they thought it was impossible. It has been suggested that the mean has to be at 3. Reflecting on and evaluating learning is also associated with this type of learning. Fleiss’ Kappa evaluates the concordance or agreement between multiple raters.


With this predicament, understanding how teachers can help students experience significant learning in an EFL class is addressed in this action research report. Noteworthy is the inventory’s layout, especially part 2, where dichotomous statements force teachers to decide between two extreme views, leaving no room for intermediate positions.

However, there is a significant number of items that are below the minimum value of 3. Moreover, while reflecting, I realized students improved their self-confidence and adopted a different perception about learning English. The technique and the empirical evidence. However, at the beginning of the unit on music, group work was a problematic issue.

Pedagogy, Curriculum, Policy pp. Eighteen students completed the rating checklist during the first subtopic -history of music genres- and seventeen during the second subtopic -music symbols and lifestyles. The review board was formed by 12 experts in the field. As most of the information and discussions about the topic came from their cultural background, students began to recognize and understand that each of them had background experiences that made them prefer one music genre.

These are 1 positive attitudes and perceptions about learning, 2 thinking involved in acquiring and integrating knowledge, 3 thinking involved in extending and refining knowledge, 4 thinking involved in using knowledge meaningfully, and 5 productive habits of mind. They became more active and reflective language learners. Assessment and classroom learning.

My CT also perceived a change in students with respect to their interest in the class, which included a more active participation without fear of being judged by others and a willingness to express a different point of view.

What I see is that students are taking an extremely active role during their learning process because they have been given the right to take decisions about the contents, topic and activities of the unit and now they feel with the right of changing things just because they do not like something.


First principles of instruction: SPSS for Windows step by step: International Journal of Advances in Psychology, marzxno 2 Discipline, Teaching and Learning, and Personal. Let us take the case of the PCI form. These authors coincide with Dee Fink in that teachers can help students develop an awareness of the purposes of the learning experiences beyond the classroom, and of themselves sharing, cooperating, and changing. Throughout this process, I dimeneiones to students that I wanted them to keep in mind the learning goals of the topics and subtopics.

International Journal of Advances in Psychology, 2 2 Instrument The questionnaire had a Likert-type modality going from “Rarely” to “Usually,” and 60 items were distributed equally within three main dimen sions: Psychological Review, 1 Students had a more active role with this dimension, being responsible for building and integrating knowledge with guidance and support. With this activity I think that today [student name] perceived that their [ sic ] classmates respect their [ sic ] genre even if they do not share his passion for it.

I realized then that students were taking an active role in learning without being serious and responsible enough, and began to reflect on this situation:. Explorations in the microstructure of cognition, Vol.

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This re me wonder: When De, work with others I learn about their likes and how to distinguish the music genres in English. I thought that students could get to know and understand their classmates’ opinions about music genre preferences, genre lifestyles and symbols, and their cultural backgrounds.

One of the most important findings during my research project was that most students actually experienced and perceived a change with the human dimension and reported having achieved the goals for this dimension for both subtopics. When dealing with Teaching and Learning.