Attitudinal Trends in CLIL Assessment: a pilot study / Tendencias actitudinales en evaluación AICLE: estudio piloto

Palabras clave: Evaluación, actitudes, AICLE, estudio piloto

Resumen

El objetivo de este artículo es presentar los resultados de un estudio piloto obtenidos a través de un cuestionario distribuido a futuros maestros de asignaturas de contextos AICLE y no AICLE que están familiarizados con este tipo de metodología por los estudios que están realizando, ya sean de grado o posgrado. El artículo empieza con una introducción al tema y continúa con una revisión de los estudios de investigación relevantes en el campo de la evaluación en este ámbito. A continuación, se presenta el método de nuestro estudio con información sobre el instrumento, los participantes y el contexto académico. Posteriormente, analizamos los resultados con ejemplos concretos de los datos obtenidos. Finalmente, reflexionaremos sobre los resultados obtenidos a modo de conclusión. Los resultados preliminares de este estudio piloto mostrarán los problemas más importantes relacionados con la evaluación en contextos AICLE de acuerdo con las expectativas de futuros maestros sobre cómo podría basarse la enseñanza siguiendo esta metodología.

 

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to present a pilot study based on a questionnaire distributed to prospective teachers of CLIL and non-CLIL courses with familiarity on that type of teaching due to their own studies either through graduate or undergraduate courses. The paper opens with an introduction to the topic and continues with a review of relevant research studies in the field of CLIL assessment. Next, the method of our study is presented with information about the instrument, participants and academic context. After that, the results of the study are analysed and illustrated with examples from the data. Finally, different interpretations of the study will be discussed as a way of conclusion. The preliminary results of this pilot study will show the most significant issues involved in CLIL assessment according to these prospective teachers’ expectations of what teaching following this methodology could be like.
Keywords: Assessment; Attitudes; CLIL; Pilot Study.

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2020-01-08