Reliability Analysis of the application of a catalogue of tutored and evaluable activities as a system to structure the contents of the so -called courses End of Degree or/and Master Project, “EDMP”

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Title: Reliability Analysis of the application of a catalogue of tutored and evaluable activities as a system to structure the contents of the so -called courses End of Degree or/and Master Project, “EDMP”
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-title-alternative: Implementación de un Catálogo de Actividades Tutorizadas y Evaluables (CATE), como sistema vertebrador de contenidos en las asignaturas denominadas Trabajos Fin de Grado y Máster
Author: Suffo, Miguel; García Morales, José Luis
Departments: Ingeniería Mecánica y Diseño Industrial; Tecnologías del Medio Ambiente
Abstract: Even before the enactment of the new university regulatory framework defined in Europe by the “Bologna process”, the University of Cadiz “UCA” (South-Spain) carried out pilot experiences to develop the accomplishment of final reports of several university degrees or/and masters. One of the first conclusions to be drawn from these first written reports was the significant arbitrariness and the disparities that defined the contents and methodology of the new courses called End Degree or/and Master Project (EDMP) included in the modules so appointed. In order to unify criteria and implement these experiences, it was then necessary to design a catalogue of training and tutored activities, to be used as a basis to assess the EDMP´s contents. Once the catalogue was designed, one subject was selected for its implementation. Finally, a rubric document was also applied to analyze the reliability of the evaluation and selection criteria, which was based on aspects such as the public presentation of works or performing a technical research. Results revealed that the original assessment criteria proposed may not be the most appropriate.
Subject: rubric documents ; undergraduate education ; cooperative learning ; multilevel evaluation ; Reliability analysis.
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10498/17386
Date: 2015-06-01

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