Self-Evaluation of Future Teachers’ Didactic Competencies

Author: Milena Lipnická
Institution: Faculty of Education Matej Bel University Banská Bystrica
Author: Simoneta Babiaková
Institution: Faculty of Education Matej Bel University Banská Bystrica
Author: Mariana Cabanová
Institution: Faculty of Education Matej Bel University Banská Bystrica
Year of publication: 2019
Source: Show
Pages: 115-126
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.19.57.3.09
PDF: tner/201903/tner5709.pdf

The contribution presents partial results of research aimed to find out students’ evaluation opinions of their own knowledge and experience for development of children’s language and literary literacy in kindergartens and children’s school clubs and to point out differences in self-evaluation, depending on the length and the form of the study. The research sample consisted of 98% of students of the full-time and part-time study programme of Pre-School and Elementary Pedagogy, 228 in total. An 11-item questionnaire of our own design was used in the research. In the items P5 - P11, students expressed their subjective evaluation opinion of their knowledge and experience on a five-point scale. Research results showed that students’ self-evaluation of knowledge and experience in language and literary literacy depends on both the length and the form of their study1.

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