Comparing employment interviewing questioning techniques as reflective methods in the management educational assessment process
In this study, we examine how the use of employment interviewing questioning techniques as methods of student reflection (structured versus unstructured, and behavioral versus situational) impact three key educational assessment outcomes. Structured reflection led to higher gains in self-efficacy and perceived value of the assessment process versus unstructured reflection. Structured behavioral reflection led to higher performance than structured situational reflection. We discuss the importance of structural, behavioral, and situational components of reflection in assessment outcomes and implications for both learning theory and practice.
Endres, M. L., Camp, R. R., & Milner, M. (2011). Comparing employment interviewing questioning techniques as reflective methods in the management educational assessment process. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 12, 1–16.
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