Application of diagnostic assessment on beginning school year
The research aims to determine the degree of effectiveness, relevance, and responsibility in the diagnostic test at the beginning of the school year, for which the opinion of different authors related to the subject, was taken as a reference. Within the methodology, a survey has applied to the teachers of the School of Basic Education "PICHINCHA" of Canton May 24, Parousia Sucre, using the synthetic scientific and analytical method; from which the theoretical elements related to the evaluation of learning were deepened. The results showed that teachers apply the diagnostic test at the beginning of the school year, using evaluation methods and strategies that are used to measure knowledge, during the teaching-learning process, the teacher being able to apply feedback strategies according to the realities, interest, needs and the environment in which students develop. From the results obtained in the diagnostic evaluation to the students, planning has proposed according to the insufficiencies that they present these. The evaluation allows us to proceed with decision-making and apply academic reinforcement, to help overcome the difficulties that arise in the teaching-learning process.
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