Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 59
2010-12-24 発行

小学校体育授業における運動技能の自己評価に関する事例的研究 : 教師による評価と児童の自己評価に着目して

A Case Study on the Self-assessment of the Motor Skill in the Elementary School Physical Education Class : Focusing on the Assessment by the Teacher and the Self-assessment by the Pupil
This study aims to clarify the relation to the appropriateness of motor skills and that of self-assessment. The results are summarized as following points. (1) When teaching it seven all times, the improvement of motor skills was seen. Especially, it seems that an individual instruction was effective. (2) The appropriateness of the self-assessment of the pupils has improved by objectively observing their own performance through the video image, and receiving assistance and advice by the teacher. Pupils with high skills were able to do their self-assessment more appropriately. (3) The process of learning of two extracted children was verifi ed as the case. It was able to be interpreted that child A improved her performance by the teacher's direct guidance, and she had come to be able to do an appropriate self-assessment. Child B was able to improve her appropriateness of the self-assessment by having objectively observed her own performance by the video image.
the elementary school physical education class
motor skill