Application of self-evaluation and co-evaluation on learning processes
One of the important points within the evaluation is who performs it, long ago it was understood that the evaluation always came from an external instance to the evaluation, which was usually the teacher. Self-assessment is when the student is evaluated, while co-evaluation is when the group evaluates in a reciprocal way, encouraging participation, critical and constructive reflection, identifying achievements and shortcomings within the process of Learning. This article aimed to identify the application of self-assessment and co-evaluation in learning processes, where the research was of exploratory type, the scientific method was applied, synthetic analytical, gave as end result that teachers know the importance of these evaluative practices, because of situations of conformity, monotony, and fear of causing enmities with students do not use them.
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