Métodos de avaliação de aprendizagem remota implementados durante a COVID-19

Uma revisão abrangente

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v27i00.18529

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Aprendizagem remota, Métodos de avaliação, COVID-19, Educação on-line

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O objetivo do artigo é analisar os métodos avaliativos utilizados pelas universidades para avaliar o conhecimento adquirido pelos alunos durante o ensino a distância em meio à pandemia do COVID-19. Os autores extraíram insights de artigos e relatórios científicos para entender a eficiência e eficácia desses métodos, considerando as restrições de emergência em vigor. De acordo com os resultados do estudo, as ferramentas mais utilizadas para administrar testes on-line foram as sessões remotas professor-aluno via Zoom e a administração de testes por meio do Moodle. Conclui-se que, como o aprendizado remoto continua ganhando popularidade, as universidades devem reconhecer a importância de manter a integridade acadêmica. As avaliações on-line oferecem vários benefícios, incluindo maior flexibilidade, acessibilidade e economia, tornando-as um substituto viável para as avaliações tradicionais em sala de aula, principalmente em situações em que as interações face a face são impossíveis.

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Biografia do Autor

Svetlana Yakimova , Pacific National University

Doutor em Filologia, Chefe do Departamento de Jornalismo.

Oxana Chernova , Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Professor Associado do Departamento de Línguas Estrangeiras.

Lyudmila Burovkina , Moscow City University

Professor do Departamento de Belas Artes, Artes Decorativas e Design.

Alexander Prishchepa , Don State Technical University

Professor do Departamento de Belas Artes.

Egor Ponomarenko , Kuban State University

Professor do Departamento de Economia e Gestão Mundial.

Julia Altunina , Moscow Polytechnic University

Chefe do Departamento “Escola Superior da Indústria Gráfica e de Mídia”.

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28/09/2023

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YAKIMOVA , S.; CHERNOVA , O.; BUROVKINA , L.; PRISHCHEPA , A.; PONOMARENKO , E.; ALTUNINA , J. Métodos de avaliação de aprendizagem remota implementados durante a COVID-19: Uma revisão abrangente. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 27, n. 00, p. e023059, 2023. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v27i00.18529. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/18529. Acesso em: 14 jun. 2024.

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