Effects of Cycle Evaluation on Peer Learning: Competency Assessment, Case Study, Catholic University of Temuco, Chile

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Autor:
Levano, Marcos A. - IEEE
URI:
http://repositoriodigital.uct.cl/handle/10925/4297
Datos de publicación:
2020 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION, INTELLIGENCE, SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS (IISA 2020),Vol.,1-6,2020
Temas:
Cycle evaluation - training itinerary - peer learning - competency-based training
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Resumen:
This work constitutes a qualitative leap, at the curriculum level, in the development of the evaluation process of the initial training cycle of the formative itinerary of the Civil Engineering in Computer Science degree, at the Catholic University of Temuco (CU Temuco). This work's objective is to install mechanisms for the periodic monitoring and control of the curriculum regarding the general and specific competences, according to the major graduation profile. This work's development allows to answer external and internal norms, which provide a legal support for its application. They stand out in the external framework to the criteria of the National Accreditation Commission. The work methodology covers a model based on a set of integrated activities which are designed under interventions for the initial cycle, according to the model by competencies of the University through collaborative learning between peers.

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