Effects of Traditional and Descriptive Evaluation on Student Achievement Goals

Aim: This study examined the impact of traditional and descriptive evaluation on student achievement goals son fifth grade zones 3 and 5 were conducted in Mashhad.

Methods: This study included descriptive census of all 108 students and 118 students from schools at the same level they were not covered by the descriptive evaluation plan were selected. Measuring instruments used in this study, questionnaire development goals. Independent t test and multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) were used to analyze the data.

Results: The results showed that group of traditional descriptive variables were significantly different achievement goals. Further analysis showed that mastery goal orientation of students descriptive significantly higher than students in regular schools at the same level it and the functional orientation - avoid students were significantly less than normal students and between performanceapproach orientation students traditional evaluation descriptive evaluation group was not significant.


Farhad Saljoghi, Mohammed Saeed Abd Khodaei, Mahbobeh Delaram Ahmadi, Fatemeh Poodineh Sabor, Fatemeh Rahnama

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