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In this study, it is aimed to establish a model proposal for solving the problems in the use of performance tasks at high school level. For this purpose, the study was planned in two steps. In the first step, the problems faced by the teachers at the high school level in using the performance tasks were determined and in the second step the opinions of the academicians related to the solution of the determined problems were consulted. Three stakeholders have been identified in solving the problems identified during the first step of the work. These are university, MoNE and teacher stakeholders. Although the perceptions of teachers' use of performance tasks in general are positive in the end result, it is seen that there are problems in their use. Emphasis has been placed on the importance of communication between the university, MoNE and teachers in order to overcome these problems. In order to effectively use performance tasks, points such as diversity in classroom practices, attention to the characteristics of students and environmental conditions, and the use of rubrics are emphasized.
Keywords: performance tasks, measurement and evaluation, classroom assessment, high-school education
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International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education
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