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Published: 2018-09-27

Direcții de modernizare a autoevaluării și evaluării continue a rezultatelor elevilor.: De la tehnologia informatică la sisteme ICT.

Universitatea din Craiova
autoevaluare evaluare continuă tehnologie informatică sisteme ICT de evaluare


It requires major changes in the processes of self-assessment and continuous assessment of pupils’ achievements in order to meet the challenges of contemporary society. In this research study we presented the current approaches of the evaluative issue in its transition from the informatics technology to evaluative information systems and technology communication (ITC). When conducting the research, we have studied teachers’ references on the role of the ITC systems in pupils’ self-assessment, as well as the contribution of the automated continuous assessment to the improvement of pupils’ learning activity. The general hypothesis of the research project aimed to demonstrate that if secondary school teachers are aware of the role of the self-assessment ICT systems and of continuous digital assessment, then there is obtained their adherence for implementating and developing such systems of assessment. In order to study the relationship between research variables we applied a questionnaire, with teachers as target group. The conducted study has had a positive impact on the respondent teachers, who adhered to the proposed idea, being confident in the role of transition from the self-assessment of informatics refurbishment and continuous assessment of pupils’ achievement in implementing the ITC systems in the educational assessment.


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How to Cite

Stoian, A. C. (2018). Direcții de modernizare a autoevaluării și evaluării continue a rezultatelor elevilor.: De la tehnologia informatică la sisteme ICT. Studia Doctoralia, 5(1-2), 74–88.