By Marta Peris-Ortiz, José M. Merigó Lindahl
In an period of globalization, technological innovation, and social variations, universities face the problem of educating scholars with the talents had to meet the calls for of the industry and to effectively combine into today’s group. This booklet appears on the collage as a dynamic resource of crucial capabilities and explores a variety of ability administration versions, methodologies and options utilized through academic associations round the world.
The calls for of today’s society symbolize an incredible problem for universities and their educating staffs. Professors have to adapt their instructing the right way to meet those new demanding situations. for instance, universities have to arrange new generations of scholars being able to pick out, replace and use wisdom, instead of processing proof and formulation. scholars must be able to studying in several contexts and modalities all through their expert careers and learn how to adapt their wisdom to new events. In reaction, a conceptual and methodological switch has taken position within the college organizational tradition and in pupil curriculums. This publication offers numerous circumstances and observations at the talents built within the curriculums of universities world wide, with the purpose to guarantee that graduates go away absolutely ready to stand the demanding situations of the hot economy.
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Based on these problems, it seems important to take a series of steps to improve self-assessment accuracy. , 2002). , 2008) conclude that peer assessment is more precise than self-assessment. It is curious to observe that these studies support students’ capacity for correct assessment when they have to judge the performance of others, but they cast doubt on students’ ability or intention to apply this same level of rigor to their own performance. Another way to improve accuracy is to employ assessment formats that are easy to use, reliable and with high content validity.
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2012) indicate that when the self-assessment can affect the grade, students’ and teachers’ scores do not correlate. , 2010); and (b) the added pressure of assessing themselves, as Taras (2010) pointed out when indicating that poor students worry more than good ones when assessing themselves. Based on these problems, it seems important to take a series of steps to improve self-assessment accuracy. , 2002). , 2008) conclude that peer assessment is more precise than self-assessment. It is curious to observe that these studies support students’ capacity for correct assessment when they have to judge the performance of others, but they cast doubt on students’ ability or intention to apply this same level of rigor to their own performance.