Correlation between Class Evaluation of University Students and Procrastination


  •  Miki Adachi    
  •  Keisuke Adachi    

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to clarify how the characteristics of class evaluation are related to the time of submission of the assignments by university students. Specifically, this paper considered class evaluation based on the three interactions of value of use, value of interest, and expectation and examined the correlation between each factor and the interaction of the factors and the submission time of the assignments. 47 (22 boys and 25 girls) who received responses to the class evaluation questionnaire and agreed to use the data were analyzed. As a result, it was shown that the value of interest and the interaction of value of use and value of interest influenced the timing of submission of the assignments. On the other hand, when the value of interest was low even if it was useful, there was a tendency to delay the submission of the assignments. Interestingly, the assignments were submitted faster when they were less useful and less interest. Using this result as a starting point for clarifying the mechanism of procrastination and pre-crastination and demonstrate the reproducibility of whether the same tendency can be seen even if the scene or target person is changed in the future.



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