Núm. 13 (2021): Iniciativas para la evaluación internacional de los resultados de aprendizaje en la Formación Profesional y la Educación Superior
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LA EVALUACIÓN DE NUEVA GENERACIÓN ESTIMULA UN APRENDIZAJE MÁS INTELIGENTE

Hamish Coates
Tsinghua University
Liu Liu
Tsinghua University
Juan Zhang
Tsinghua University
Dan Zhang
Blackboard China
Steven Godinho
Genix Ventures
Publicado julio 16, 2021

Palabras clave:

aprendizaje, evaluación, reforma, innovación
Cómo citar
Coates, H., Zhang, F., Liu, L., Zhang, J., Zhang, D., & Godinho, S. (2021). LA EVALUACIÓN DE NUEVA GENERACIÓN ESTIMULA UN APRENDIZAJE MÁS INTELIGENTE. Journal of Supranational Policies of Education (JoSPoE), (13), 88–103. https://doi.org/10.15366/jospoe2021.13.004

Resumen

El interés por el aprendizaje ha crecido mucho más allá de las interacciones entre maestros y estudiantes durante la clase. El valor de la educación superior sigue creciendo, estimulando la necesidad de innovación y reforma educativa. Con este fin, el presente trabajo presenta la iniciativa "aprendizaje más inteligente", destaca las reformas necesarias para alcanzar formas de evaluación de la "próxima generación" y articula los futuros posibles pasos. El argumento que impulsa esta investigación es que el aprendizaje se está volviendo más valioso, que mejorar el aprendizaje depende de las reformas en la evaluación, y que dicha innovación producirá importantes avances de productividad para la educación superior y en general.

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