د/ايمان زغلول قاسم

استاذ تكنولوجيا التعليم المشارك بكلية التربية بالزلفي

book B84

6.4. Analysis and Exploration
The analysis and exploration phase usually consists of an initial orientation, a
literature study, and an investigation within the field. Van der Kleij and Eggen (2013) have
already explored the problem under investigation. Experts were consulted, focus group
meetings at two schools were held, and a group of users of the Computer Program LOVS
filled out a questionnaire that measured their ability to interpret the reports. The present study
focused on the same five reports generated by the Computer Program LOVS: The pupil report
(Figure 6.2), the alternative pupil report (Figure 6.3), the group report (one test-taking
moment) (Figure 6.4), ability growth (Figure 6.5), and trend analysis (Figure 6.6). These
reports have been most frequently used in schools or have often been interpreted incorrectly.
The questionnaire data gathered by Van der Kleij and Eggen were used as a pre-test measure
for this redesign study. The same focus groups agreed to participate and collaborate for the
purpose of redesigning the reports. Moreover, the sample of 56 schools drawn by Van der
Kleij and Eggen (2013) was used for administering a questionnaire to evaluate the redesigned
reports. An additional literature study was conducted to identify design principles for score

reports that are reported in the conceptual framework.







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