Pavlou, Victoria and Kambouri, Maria (2007) Pupils' attitudes towards art teaching in primary school: an evaluation tool. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 33. pp. 282-301.
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Pupils’ attitudes are influencing both learning and teaching processes and are affecting the way pupils will engage with art as adults. This paper introduces an attitude scale, ASAES (Attitude Scale for Art Experienced in School), which measures factors that may influence the formation of pupils’ attitudes, from pupils’ perceived abilities in art to teachers’ art specialisation. This newly developed instrument is a Likert- scale comprising four subscales: enjoyment, confidence, usefulness, and support needed. The support needed dimension is an essential component in the learning process because it represents the pupil’s perception of teacher’s feedback on how well they are coping with the task. The ASAES was administered to 420 primary school pupils in Cyprus and its psychometric properties are evaluated by Confirmatory Factor analysis.
|Controlled Keywords:||student evaluation; school-based evaluation; art education, , attitude scale; evaluation tool; perceived abilities|
|Depositing User:||IOE Repository Editor (2)|
|Date Deposited:||03 Jun 2010 10:21|
|Last Modified:||14 Oct 2013 12:27|
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