Evaluation focused on processes to improve the academic performance of students
Keywords:academic performance, metacognitive valuation, process evaluation, significant learning
This paper aims to analyze the process-centered evaluation to improve the academic performance of the students in a Rural Educational Unit of the Rocafuerte Canton, to meet and achieve the objective, non-exploratory research was conducted with a quantitative-qualitative approach, using the scientific, analytical, and synthetic methods. The commitment was made with young people in the eighth year of basic general education. For this, a survey design has been used through a questionnaire through a Google Form to the students, so it was obtained as a result, that the students are not comfortable with the assessment of the written exams, they would like to be evaluated with different instruments eliminating the traditional evaluations, and ask for greater evaluation of the daily work, so it is concluded that it is necessary to innovate in the evaluation techniques to achieve motivation in the student and obtain better educational product results.
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