DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/relieve.26.1.17402

Autorregulación del aprendizaje y procesos de evaluación formativa en los trabajos en grupo


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El objetivo de este estudio fue diseñar e implementar un contexto de evaluación formativa sobre un trabajo en grupo basado en la autorregulación del aprendizaje a través de las prácticas beneficiosas que expone la literatura y los retos que se plantean de cara a la próxima década. Se llevó a cabo una investigación cuantitativa a través de dos cuestionarios que midieron la capacidad de autorregulación y la forma de trabajar en grupo, con 88 estudiantes del Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte. Los resultados muestran que la forma de trabajar en equipo reportada por los estudiantes no tuvo un impacto en la calificación obtenida en su trabajo. Por otro lado, una mayor capacidad de autorregulación en su estilo de aprendizaje y un mayor empleo de los criterios de evaluación resultaron significativos, alcanzando una calificación superior. No se encontraron diferencias en relación con la dimensión de evitación de la autorregulación. Se discuten las implicaciones teóricas y educativas.


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Estudios universitarios; Criterio de evaluación; Trabajo en equipo; Autoevaluación

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