Rubrics implementation on learning evaluation for superior basic students
This research aims to analyze the implementation of rubrics in the Evaluation of learning in the students of higher basic of the Educational Unit “June 5 N ° 34”, 2019. With a sampling strategy of probabilistic type, a survey of teachers of the upper basic level of the areas of Language and Literature has conducted Natural Sciences, Social Studies, Mathematics, Physical Education, Cultural and Artistic Education and English with results that favor stating the problem that has evidenced by the weak use of rubrics in the processes of learning evaluation. From the surveys, it has been concluded that the teaching professionals have the knowledge of this evaluation instrument and its singularities but that the overvaluation of systematic tests as a measuring instrument is part of the evaluation processes rooted in the conduct of these professionals who Do not open to innovation. From the researchers 'perspective, the methodology in the use of rubrics has to be implemented in classrooms to give real value to the evaluation of students' knowledge.
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