TITLE

E-Portafolios en Procesos Blended-Learning: Innovaciones de la Evaluaci�n en los Cr�ditos Europeos

AUTHOR(S)
Barrag�n, Raquel; Garc�a, Rafael; Buz�n, Olga; Rebollo, Ma. �ngeles; Vega, Luisa
PUB. DATE
June 2009
SOURCE
Revista de Docencia Universitaria;2009 Supplement, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The European Higher Education Area proposes important changes in the instructional models and teachers' and students' roles. The Higher Education main aim is to acquire professional competences. This implies changes into strategies and procedures to learning assessment at the university level. This work presents results derived of an innovation in assessment of the university learning with e- portfolio. A new use of active methodologies, with Information and Communication Technologies in order to promote an active learning, requires changes into evaluation methods. We present an application experience of e-portfolio. We emphasize its role in the development of metacognitive and reflexive competences. The results show a positive appraisal in the acquisition of competences by the students, so much in the comprehension of the purposes and processes of the learning as in the achievement of the competences planned.
ACCESSION #
54296675

 

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