Implementation strategies for homework sent

International journal of business, economics & management

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Title Implementation strategies for homework sent
Creator Molina, Gema Melissa Caicedo
Vasquez, Johana Margarita Catagua
Reyes, Cruz Esneda Sanchez
Elisa, Cedeño Barreto María
Subject assessment of learning
evaluation strategies
evaluative culture
school tasks
Description Evaluation strategies are not properly implemented at different levels of education. The objective of this research was to determine the strategies used by teachers in the Fiscal Educational Unit Ena Ali Guillém Vélez, to evaluate the tasks sent home. Sand applied the exploratory and bi-bliographic method, the search for information was done in databases in the region; for the collection of data surveys that gave such as the results students take home different types of homework that prevents them from completing other activities, it is checked teachers evaluate in a way that teachers traditionalist. The study of motion that time is insufficient for the teacher to consciously qualify each of the tasks received and erroneously consider that parents have the responsibility to complement the contents of the pensum of studies that do not cover in classes, a situation that goes against the responsibilities of a competent teacher.
Publisher SLOAP
Date 2019-09-25
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source International journal of business, economics & management; Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020): International Journal of Business, Economics & Management; 1-9
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International journal of business, economics & management

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