Autoavaliação e avaliação pelos pares: uma análise de pesquisas internacionais recentes

Carla Barroso da Costa

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Uma revisão de artigos publicados em dois periódicos internacionais – Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education e Active Learning in Higher Education – sobre autoavaliação e avaliação pelos pares, nos últimos sete anos (2010-2016), é o objetivo maior deste estudo. Uma análise detalhada dos artigos coloca em evidência diversos benefícios ligados a esses processos de regulação tão presentes no desenvolvimento de metodologias ativas de aprendizagem, como o melhor desempenho dos estudantes nas disciplinas e maior interação entre os membros do grupo. No entanto, limites são também identificados, como a necessidade de realizar retroações claras e pertinentes, assim como de associar os tópicos de estudo, para que esses processos de regulação façam sentido.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7213/1981-416X.17.052.DS06

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