Investigating the Relationship between Descriptive Evaluation and Self Efficacy of Students of Fourth Grade Elementary School

This study aimed to investigate relationship between quality-descriptive assessment program and selfefficacy of students of fourth grade elementary school. Study is descriptive - correlational. The sample consisted of 58 teachers and 580 students were randomly selected to be a census sampling. Data collection for variables used in this research is descriptive evaluation tools (questionnaires) and the variable self-efficacy (self-efficacy questionnaire Sharar was selected. In addition results were analyzed by using Pearson correlation coefficient. The results show that there is significant positive relationship between uses of tools by teachers with descriptive evaluation of self- efficacy of students by gender. There is significant positive relationship between the use of descriptive evaluation tools by teachers with self-efficacy and academic achievement of students and there is a significant relationship between use of descriptive evaluation tools by male teacher’s selfefficacy and academic achievement of students.


Tayebeh Baluchinejad, Jamileh Al-Nisa Baluchinejad, Masoumeh Baluchinejad, Simin Dehvari, Mohammad Baluchinejad

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