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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/1359432X.2020.1736619

Using Video-Based Situational Judgment Tests for Teacher Selection: A Quasi-Experiment Exploring the Relations between Test Format, Subgroup Differences, and Applicant Reactions

04 Mar 2021-European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (Routledge)-Vol. 30, Iss: 2, pp 251-264
Abstract: The present study examines whether video-based situational judgement test (SJT) formats provide benefits over “traditional” text-based SJTs. Focusing on three SJT conditions – two video-based condi...

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Abstract: A detailed review of the education sector in Australia as in the data provided by the 2006 edition of the OECD's annual publication, 'Education at a Glance' is presented. While the data has shown that in almost all OECD countries educational attainment levels are on the rise, with countries showing impressive gains in university qualifications, it also reveals that a large of share of young people still do not complete secondary school, which remains a baseline for successful entry into the labour market.

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Open accessBook
01 Jan 2013-
Abstract: Das Buch behandelt den Situational Judgment Test als ein Personalauswahlinstrument. Dieser Test zum situationsbezogenen Urteilsvermogen ist in Deutschland noch neu und nicht weit verbreitet, aus dessen Grund die Autorin in dieser Arbeit zum einen die Formate und Methoden des Situational Judgment Tests beschreibt und zum anderen seine Eignung als Instrument der Personalauswahl, einschlieslich seiner Vor- und Nachteile, pruft.

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08 Nov 2012-

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.IJER.2020.101624
Abstract: To overcome the separation of theory and practice in teacher education, media-based learning has moved into focus We examined whether a training with video-based, transcript-based, or media-combined learning cases show different effects on the promotion of situation-specific skills of classroom management 162 pre-service teachers were assigned to three corresponding intervention groups The results of our pre-post design show that the combination of videos and transcripts was most effective regarding the promotion of classroom management expertise Our data does not support the assumption that working with videos leads to higher cognitive load than working with transcripts, but working with videos was perceived as more cognitively activating Overall, case-based learning is a promising avenue to connect theory and practice in teacher education

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Topics: Classroom management (67%), Teacher education (62%), Cognitive load (53%)

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.COMPEDU.2021.104194
Abstract: Advances in research on educational technologies and increasing access to computers offer teacher education providers numerous tools and opportunities for supporting student teachers. However, systematic investigations of online interventions using complex classroom scenarios (scenario-based learning activities) are currently lacking. This study tested whether an online scenario-based learning activity has a positive impact on student teachers’ self-efficacy and emotional, motivational, and cognitive classroom readiness before they start their first teaching practicum. In order to draw differentiated conclusions, we explored whether the effectiveness of the intervention depends on the inclusion of automatized expert teacher feedback and the opportunity to reflect on the scenarios. A total of 238 Australian student teachers (64.3% females, mean age = 23.84 years, SD = 6.64) participated in the study. The student teachers were randomly assigned to one of three experimental conditions:control group (online scenario-based learning activity), intervention group 1 (online scenario-based learning activity and feedback), and intervention group 2 (online scenario-based learning, feedback, and reflection). The findings indicated that, compared to the control group, both intervention conditions had a significant positive effect on cognitive classroom readiness. A significant positive effect on self-efficacy was found for intervention group 2. Overall, our research demonstrates the potential of an easy-to-implement online intervention in enhancing self-efficacy and classroom readiness and points towards the importance of combining feedback and reflection within online scenario-based learning activities.

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Topics: Teacher education (56%), Practicum (54%)

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Jacob Cohen1Institutions (1)
01 Dec 1969-
Abstract: Contents: Prefaces. The Concepts of Power Analysis. The t-Test for Means. The Significance of a Product Moment rs (subscript s). Differences Between Correlation Coefficients. The Test That a Proportion is .50 and the Sign Test. Differences Between Proportions. Chi-Square Tests for Goodness of Fit and Contingency Tables. The Analysis of Variance and Covariance. Multiple Regression and Correlation Analysis. Set Correlation and Multivariate Methods. Some Issues in Power Analysis. Computational Procedures.

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Topics: Goodness of fit (61%), Contingency table (57%), Effect size (56%) ... read more

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1214/SS/1177011136
Abstract: The Gibbs sampler, the algorithm of Metropolis and similar iterative simulation methods are potentially very helpful for summarizing multivariate distributions. Used naively, however, iterative simulation can give misleading answers. Our methods are simple and generally applicable to the output of any iterative simulation; they are designed for researchers primarily interested in the science underlying the data and models they are analyzing, rather than for researchers interested in the probability theory underlying the iterative simulations themselves. Our recommended strategy is to use several independent sequences, with starting points sampled from an overdispersed distribution. At each step of the iterative simulation, we obtain, for each univariate estimand of interest, a distributional estimate and an estimate of how much sharper the distributional estimate might become if the simulations were continued indefinitely. Because our focus is on applied inference for Bayesian posterior distributions in real problems, which often tend toward normality after transformations and marginalization, we derive our results as normal-theory approximations to exact Bayesian inference, conditional on the observed simulations. The methods are illustrated on a random-effects mixture model applied to experimental measurements of reaction times of normal and schizophrenic patients.

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Topics: Bayesian inference (58%), Gibbs sampling (57%), Mixture model (55%) ... read more

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BookDOI: 10.4324/9780203781906
Alice H. Eagly1Institutions (1)
01 Jan 1987-
Abstract: Contents: The Analysis of Sex Differences in Social Behavior: A New Theory and a New Method. Sex Differences in Helping Behavior. Sex Differences in Aggressive Behavior. Sex Differences in Other Social Behaviors. The Interpretation of Sex Differences in Social Behavior.

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3,703 Citations


Open accessJournal Article
Abstract: A detailed review of the education sector in Australia as in the data provided by the 2006 edition of the OECD's annual publication, 'Education at a Glance' is presented. While the data has shown that in almost all OECD countries educational attainment levels are on the rise, with countries showing impressive gains in university qualifications, it also reveals that a large of share of young people still do not complete secondary school, which remains a baseline for successful entry into the labour market.

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1,963 Citations


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