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Longitudinální studie hodnocení schopností spojených se školním výkonem u žáků s dyslexií a bez dyslexie jejich učiteli.

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Title in English Longitudinal study of evaluation of abilities connected to school achievement in pupils with dyslexia and without dyslexia by their teachers.


Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Československá psychologie
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Social Studies

Field Psychology
Keywords dyslexia; abilities; evaluation by teachers
Description Goals. To assess: 1. How teachers evaluate in the course of seven years (from 8 to 15) the selected abilities of their pupils with dyslexia and without dyslexia; 2. What is the influence of duration of teachers’ practice and their sex on evaluation of achievement of these pupils; 3. If there are any differences in teachers’ evaluation of influence of selected factors on school achievement in pupils with dyslexia and without dyslexia. Sample. The sample comprised children involved in the ELSPAC study. The data were chosen from the questionnaire for teachers, which was used for evaluation of respondents in their age 8, 11, 13 and 15 years. Results. The teachers evaluate the school achievement of pupils with dyslexia in all monitored domains and in all ages statistically significantly worse than in pupils without this diagnosis. The considerable worsening of evaluation of majority of evaluated abilities appears in all pupils in the period around 13 years. Different evaluation was found in compared groups during the time in reading and motor skills. While in dyslectics the evaluation was worsening in time or stayed at the same level, in children without dyslexia the evaluation of both skills was bettering in some years. Teachers also evaluate differently the possibility of influencing the school achievement in monitored groups. They suppose that children without dyslexia can influence their achievement much more than children with dyslexia, first of all by increased effort and endeavor.
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