Importance of feedback in the student evaluation process


  • Antonio Alciviade Molina-Moreira Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí, Extensión Chone, Ecuador
  • Octavio Jeremías Velásquez-Orellana Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí, Extensión Chone, Ecuador
  • Diana Jacqueline Zambrano-Murillo Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí, Extensión Chone, Ecuador
  • María Eugenia Zambrano-Villamil Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí, Extensión Chone, Ecuador


evaluation, feedback, significant learning, student, teaching-learning


Many teachers do not consider feedback as part of the process, leaving it aside without giving due importance to it, as part of the student's training, which has generated some deficiencies on the part of teachers by facilitating knowledge to their students, In each of the topics explained in the classroom, this is where the need arises for the teacher to make the proper selection, classification and planning of the subject that has not been understood so that it can be fed back to cover said difficulties. The objective of the research is to show a brief analysis of the importance of feedback in the student evaluation process, especially with the acquisition of significant learning. The methodology applied in the investigation has been the bibliographic analysis, applying the collection of information from various reliable sources to structure a critical analysis through the application of the analytical method - synthetic of the subject and establish the conclusions. The results obtained have shown the role of feedback oriented to educational evaluation for the understanding, construction and application of the topics that are addressed with the students.


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How to Cite

Molina-Moreira, A. A., Velásquez-Orellana, O. J., Zambrano-Murillo, D. J., & Zambrano-Villamil, M. E. (2023). Importance of feedback in the student evaluation process. International Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3), 168-172.