IS STUDENT EVALUATION BIASED? THE CASE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO IN BAYAMON

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Matos-Díaz, Horacio; Crouch Ruiz, Alfred J.;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Universidad Externado de Colombia
  • Subject: premium | penalties | evaluación estudiantil | primas | penalidades | student evaluation

Existen dos posiciones opuestas acerca de la evaluación estudiantil. Sus defensores sostienen que es un mecanismo objetivo y confiable, y sus críticos, que es un proceso viciado que no cumple su cometido. En este artículo se examinan las evaluaciones de un grupo de 187 ... View more
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