Formative evaluation and its impact on learning in private education
Keywords:Academic performance, Private, Education, Formative evaluation, Teaching - learning process
The research aimed to analyze the application of formative evaluation and its impact on student learning in a particular educational unit in the city of Manta. The analytical and synthetic method was applied with the qualitative-quantitative approach, for this, the data was collected through the technique of the teacher survey, the students' report card was used to identify the evaluation process that was carried out. The results were compared with the bibliographic research carried out in several repositories that showed that the institution applies formative evaluation in a pertinent way, obtaining the advantages that this evaluation system supposes for students and teachers, which influenced the educational system by putting in Practice flexibility in the curriculum. The formative assessment improved the teaching-learning strategies in the classroom.
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