Investigating the Needs for Measurement and Evaluation Course: A Case Study on English Language Teaching Program

Memet Karakuş, Buket Turhan Türkkan

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This study aims at investigating the needs related to the attainments, content, processes of teaching-learning and measurement-evaluation aspect of Measurement and Evaluation course. This research was designed as a case study which is one of the qualitative research designs. The most common problem in Measurement and Evaluation courses was found to be the statistics and the source of this problem was students’ insufficient mathematical knowledge and skills. It was revealed that there was a need to include more practice, examples and activities in the course. In addition, it was understood that measurement instruments which are peculiar to each discipline need to be included in the scope of the course. Besides, as well as theoretical bases of the course, concrete practices and examples encompassing knowledge and skills that can be used in teaching profession might be included in the course.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v5i4.2205

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