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Perceptions of students, graduates and teachers on learning systems evaluation.
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@tic. Revista d'innovació educativa
Hamodi, C., López, V. M., y López, A. T. (2015). Perceptions of students, graduates and teachers on learning systems evaluation. @tic. Revista d'innovació educativa. 14, 71-81. Consulta en: https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/attic/article/view/4175
This research aims to identify the types of assessments that are being carried out in a Pre-service Teacher Education (PTE) center, and if that assessment is close to what is meant by "formative and shared assessment systems". Subsequently we analyze whether there are statistically significant differences in the students, graduates and teachers’ perceptions of the learning assessment systems implemented. A validated questionnaire was used, with a Likert type scale. ANOVA was carried out by SPSS.V20.0. The results indicate that in most of the questionnaire items there are significant differences between the opinion of the group of teachers and the groups of students and graduates. In just one item (as to whether they used oral exams) the differences show between the group of students and the groups of teachers and graduates. In four items (If formative assessment processes were used; if results and the doubts about the examinations and assessment activities were commented on; If the final score was the sum of ratings of the partial tests previously carried out; If teacher’s marks were justified) the results show significant differences between all groups. The results can be extrapolated to other cases with similar features.
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