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Formación universitaria

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RAMIREZ, Patricio E; ALFARO, Jorge L  y  MACHORRO, Felipe. The Repertory Grid Technique: A Method for the Study of Cognition in Teaching Skills Assessment. Form. Univ. [online]. 2016, vol.9, n.2, pp.97-104. ISSN 0718-5006.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50062016000200011.

The aim of this study is to present a proposal to elicit the constructs used by students to evaluate the abilities and teaching performance. The proposal focuses on the use of personal construct theory and its cognitive mapping technique, known as Repertory Grid. In particular, the proposal describes the desirable characteristics of respondents, a process consisting of four steps, and subsequent analysis suggested. This approach is intended to strengthen major weakness of teaching assessment processes: (i) ad-hoc not validated instruments, (ii) based on theories that do not reflect reality and maturity of a context, (iii) political convenience, and (iv) a low incidence and perceived participation by students. The study shows that, although RepGrid strengthen the questionnaire methodology in the process of teaching evaluation, its final effectivity is determined by its use in conjunction with other evaluation methods.

Palabras clave : repertory grid; assessment of teaching skill; university; proposal.

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