Retos y oportunidades para una evaluación cualitativa, bidimensional y por competencias de ingeniería

  • Sandra Milena Merchán Rubiano Universidad El Bosque
  • Hernando Rodriguez-Rico Universidad El Bosque
Palabras clave: evaluación por competencias, competencias de ingeniería, sistema de evaluación

Resumen

La evaluación por competencias es un campo de estudio con amplia producción sobre estándares, marcos de referencia e implementaciones tecnológicas en distintas áreas disciplinares, que se valoran mayoritariamente desde la perspectiva metodológica. No obstante, se encuentran pocas contribuciones que permiten valorar los potenciales y desafíos que implican su implementación a la luz de los factores socioculturales involucrados (las creencias, los valores, las comprensiones); entendiéndose las prácticas de evaluación como acciones que configuran el hecho social de la educación. El trabajo que se presenta reflexiona sobre algunos de estos aspectos a partir de indagar a una muestra de actores del proceso evaluativo en el Programa de Ingeniería de Sistemas de la Universidad El Bosque, con el fin de valorar la práctica actual de evaluación de aprendizajes, y de reconocer los retos y oportunidades que deben tenerse en cuenta para la implementación de un sistema de evaluación por competencias.

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Publicado
2020-12-11
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Merchán Rubiano, S. M., & Rodriguez-Rico, H. (2020). Retos y oportunidades para una evaluación cualitativa, bidimensional y por competencias de ingeniería. Revista Educación En Ingeniería, 15(30), 93-100. https://doi.org/10.26507/rei.v15n30.1107
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