Renovated evaluative practices
The evaluation of the learning acquired by the students has been the generative topic of the goals proposed in the teaching-learning process, from the teaching action. The evaluation is stimulating for the multiple intelligences as a thermometer of the degree of understanding of the speakers and the distance between knowledge and academic outdating is abysmal. Establishing as an objective, the application of renewed evaluation practices in the inter-learning process, from teaching, is essential to authentic evaluation. At present, emphasis is placed on contemporary evaluation trends applied by teachers with a view to integrative educational innovation that seeks to strengthen meaningful learning; It is intended to demonstrate the use and application of innovative techniques that guarantee the application of evaluation practices at the forefront so that teachers improve their educational work, with the possibility of improving the educational performance of the speakers.
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