Evaluation of online learning
Evaluation of online learning
2: PROPOSAL OF ONLINE EVALUATION STRATEGIES
2.2: TYPES OF EVALUATION
Training: It fulfills the functions of informing the student about achievements, identifying deficiencies in the development of the learning activity and evaluating the progressing behaviors of achievement of the anticipated competences.
Summative: Allows assessing the abilities attained by the student at the end of the training process, validating content and methodology worked on in the development of the module, as well as defining the level of achievement achieved by the students.
Diagnostic: It deals with carrying out a preliminary analysis of the educational context and the student, to diagnose their possibilities, needs and shortcomings.
Start-up assessment: Detects the students' prior knowledge and skills, in this way they will be able to reach the capacities foreseen in the module. It also identifies your emotional and family physical situation.
Process evaluation: Its purpose is to regulate the teaching-learning process, as the module develops. It allows the assessment of the student's knowledge and teaching strategies of the teacher, allowing the teacher to make immediate decisions to improve results. It implies a permanent interaction between the teacher and the student.
Final evaluation: Allows the verification of the results achieved in contrast with the planned appraisals. This information allows the teacher to make future decisions.
Self-evaluation: It is the process that allows the student to become aware by recognizing their progress and progress, it also serves as motivation and reinforcement of learning, and helps him take responsibility for his performance.
Co-evaluation: It is the evaluation that is carried out among peers with a shared responsibility in the teaching-learning processes. This practice helps students to respectful coexistence and exercise other values such as respect, tolerance, objectivity, self-criticism and solidarity.
Heteroevaluation: It is performed by the teacher as responsible for the training process, applied through procedures and instruments that gather the required information, in order to make relevant decisions.
2.1 CONCEPT OF EVALUATION
The making of a judgment about the amount, number, or value of something; assessment.
2.3 ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES
Plan in which the way the evidence will be collected to determine the level of online learning achievement is specified.
2.4: COMPONENTS OF AN EVALUATION STRATEGY
i. Evaluation Activity: What will I evaluate?
ii. Evaluation techniques
How will it be evaluated? What will I do to evaluate?
iii. Evaluation Instrument
What will I evaluate with?
The fundamental purpose of the documentary review is to motivate some important aspects of online evaluation, citing the considerations of the small group of authors finally selected, in an attempt to motivate teachers and educational researchers to carry out studies.
The results can contribute to the development of online assessment and the improvement of the quality of education programs in higher education institutions.