Development of a student evaluation form toward peer ınstruction
Olpak, Yusuf Ziya
Karaoğlan Yılmaz, Fatma Gizem
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Peer instruction is an interactive student-centered teaching method. Ensuring student interaction during the lesson and concentrating the attention of the students on the basic concepts are main aims of the peer instruction. A typical peer instruction sequence is similar to a strategy of learning a "Think-Pair-Share", which students should think individually on questions before sharing their ideas and solutions with classmates in either in pairs or on groups of different sizes. In order to determine students' views on peer instruction method, which is quite popular today and which has been studied much over the last 20 years, different data collection tools have been developed by different researchers under different names. When these data collection tools developed by different researchers are examined in detail, it is seen that it is needed that general evaluation form which can be used to determine views for all stages of the peer instruction method. For this reason, it was aimed to develop a student evaluation form toward peer instruction method within the scope of this research. Student assessments toward peer instruction method in the developed form were examined as 'student evaluation toward peer instruction', 'student evaluation toward questions asked' and 'student evaluation toward discussions made' in three sub-dimensions and 25 items.