Alineamiento de competencias, actividades y evaluación continuada en grupos grandes. Una propuesta desde el Derecho penal1

Translated title of the contribution: Alignment of competences, activities and continuous evaluation in large groups. A proposal from criminal law.

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Abstract

The present study exposes the reflection carried out by the Unit of Criminal Law and Criminology of the UAB in front of the normative requirement of increasing up to 50% of the final grade with the continuous evaluation. The challenge is seen as an opportunity to develop much more practical learning outcomes, to design and implement a continuous assessment model without, in large group contexts, necessarily overflowing the ability of teachers to correct and return of the results to the students and, finally, to implement a collective proposal of constructive alignment between competences, activities proposed to the students inside and outside the classroom and the activities of continuous and final evaluation.The proposal was submitted to a student survey and a discussion group with the teachers, resulting in a positive assessment of the proposed objectives as well as the need to limit the number of evaluable activities to improve the academic performance of the students.
Translated title of the contributionAlignment of competences, activities and continuous evaluation in large groups. A proposal from criminal law.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)1-21
JournalRevista de Educacion y Derecho
Issue number21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

Keywords

  • Constructive alignment
  • Continuous evaluation
  • Large groups

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