Att återkoppla till elever : Matematiklärares uppfattningar om hur de arbetar med feedback i sin undervisning

Detta är en Magister-uppsats från Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för matematik och datavetenskap (from 2013)

Sammanfattning: The purpose of this study has been to investigate how math teachers in the last three years in compulsory school and in the upper secondary school perceive how they work with feedback. Another aspect of the study was to describe the context of the feedback given by the teachers and what the teachers focus on in their feedback. In this text, feedback is defined as different ways of giving the student a way to take the learning process to the next level. The theoretical framework has been Hatties and Timperleys (2007) "model of feedback". Qualitative interview was the method chosen for this study. The interviews were semi-structured which is a method that's right in between a questionnaire and an open interview. In total, eight interviews with math teachers were conducted. The result of the study showed that the teachers like to work with feedback, but that the time they are given isn't enough to formulate it in a, for them, satisfactory way. The teachers generally gave feedback directly to the student during the lessons which was centered around the task at hand or directed towards the student. Many of the teachers would like to see a more individualized feedback. They would also like to work more with teaching the students different strategies for feedback, in order to increase their learning.

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