The nature of teacher's qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience. Part two: 'Out-of-context' judgements
Castleton, Geraldine, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cooksey, Ray W. and Freebody, Peter. (2003). The nature of teacher's qualitative judgements: A matter of context and salience. Part two: 'Out-of-context' judgements. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 26(2), pp. 33 - 42.
|Authors||Castleton, Geraldine, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Cooksey, Ray W. and Freebody, Peter|
This second paper also takes up the issue of how teachers make judgements of primary students' writing. Once again, we examine the evidence base used by two teachers in their judgements, using qualitative techniques for mapping the inter-relationships among the indexes that teachers rely on to formulate judgements. Of special interest in this paper is how the teachers enacted judgements of student writing in the absence of knowledge about the institutional and pedagogical settings in which the writing had been produced, and also without knowledge of the student writer. The authors recommend that readers consider the discussion and findings offered in this paper in conjunction with paper one which precedes it.
|Journal||Australian Journal of Language and Literacy|
|Journal citation||26 (2), pp. 33 - 42|
|Page range||33 - 42|
|Research Group||Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE)|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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