A Study on the Awareness and Interest Level of the Performance Evaluation Book List in Middle and High School Students

교과별 수행평가 도서목록에 대한 중고교생들의 인식 및 관심 수준에 관한 연구

  • 박시윤 (숭문중학교) ;
  • 노동조 (상명대학교 인문사회과학대학 문헌정보학과)
  • Received : 2018.08.20
  • Accepted : 2018.09.18
  • Published : 2018.09.30


The purpose of this study is investigate the level of awareness and interest of middle and high school students on performance evaluation book list, and regarding the correlation analysis of general satisfaction and academic achievement. For this purpose, each of the two middle schools and high schools in Seoul were selected, a total of 200 people were surveyed for each 50 students in each gender and grade. Research results, First, the analysis of gender and school level showed that there were differences in level of interest in performance evaluation books. Second, the analysis of differences in the level of interest in the list of performance evaluation books showed that students interested in the list of performance evaluation books spend more time evaluating performance. Third, the analysis of differences in level of awareness in the list of performance evaluation books showed that the relationship between knowledge acquisition and academic achievement was high depending on whether they were ware. There was also a significant relationship between selection criteria and general satisfaction.


School Library;Performance Evaluation;Performance Evaluation Book List;Interest Level;Awareness Level;Satisfaction;Academic Achievement


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