La evaluación en el aula: reflexiones sobre sus propósitos, validez y confiabilidad

Luis Medina Gual


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El presente trabajo tiene como fin presentar un análisis sobre la evaluación en el aula a través de la discusión de sus propósitos, validez y confiabilidad. En este sentido, se delimitan los propósitos con base en los actores y conceptos de calidad, para posteriormente plantear los criterios de validez y confiabilidad a la luz de la naturaleza del proceso educativo. El artículo propone tres tipos de estrategias para la valoración de la validez y confiabilidad de la evaluación en el aula.

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Evaluación del aprendizaje; evaluación del estudiante; validez.

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