Development of Scoring Procedure Flowcharts for the Assessment of Students’ Learning Outcome

  • Wijit Chalopatham
  • Poonpong Suksawang
Keywords: Analytic Scoring Rubrics, Holistic Scoring Rubrics, Flowchart


PURPOSE: The objectives of this study were to develop a flowcharts-based scoring method for learning evaluation, and to assess the inter-rater reliability of flowcharts scoring and of selected general scoring rubrics. METHOD: Step 1: development of 3 types of flowchart scoring, 10 pieces for each type, for the evaluation of learning in mathematics of students at Phatomsuksa level 6. The content validity of the flowcharts as assessed by 5 experts was satisfactory. Step 2 : The verification of internal  reliability between the developed flowchart scoring system and general scoring system as well as among the raters for 3 sample groups of Phatomsuksa level 6 (37, 37 and 49 persons). Main analytical technique was inter-rater reliability. RESULT: The instruments used as scoring criteria were 3 types of scoring flowcharts. The reliability between the developed flowchart scoring and general method was high (gif.latex?\alpha=0.93), and the reliability among the raters were also high (gif.latex?\alpha=0.96). CONCLUSION: The developed scoring procedure flowcharts are potentially applicable for evaluation of mathematics learning at Phatomsuksa level.


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