Sviluppare le competenze dei docenti universitari nella prospettiva del formative assessment: una ricerca valutativa su un intervento formativo rivolto a docenti delle Università del Myanmar

Titolo Rivista EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN LEARNING AND TEACHING
Autori/Curatori Andrea Ciani, Alessandra Rosa
Anno di pubblicazione 2020 Fascicolo 2020/1 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 19 P. 44-62 Dimensione file 0 KB
DOI 10.3280/exioa1-2020oa10076
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Il presente contributo concerne una ricerca valutativa di tipo quantitativo su un intervento formativo orientato a sviluppare le competenze valutative dei docenti universitari birmani nella prospettiva del formative assessment.;

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Andrea Ciani, Alessandra Rosa, Sviluppare le competenze dei docenti universitari nella prospettiva del formative assessment: una ricerca valutativa su un intervento formativo rivolto a docenti delle Università del Myanmar in "EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN LEARNING AND TEACHING" 1/2020, pp 44-62, DOI: 10.3280/exioa1-2020oa10076