Pedagogical role of assessment at the current stage of stimulating the educational process
Palabras clave:higher education, education system, current stage, pedagogical stimulation.
The article analyzes the problem of stimulating students, having determined the essence of the rating system and, having analyzed educational success with the help of a rating system for monitoring and evaluating knowledge, it can be said with confidence that today the rating system for monitoring and evaluating knowledge provides a systematic, maximally stimulated work, as students as well as teachers. This is confirmed by the fact that the introduction of a rating system into the educational process creates the following benefits in learning: the stressful situation in the control process is reduced for both students and teachers; learning becomes student- centered; the rating system excludes any humiliation of the student's personality, allows him to evaluate his own abilities and capabilities, i.e. encourages him to conscientious work during the entire period of study.
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Derechos de autor 2023 Olena Gurska, Anna Sakhnenko , Oksana Bespalova, Andrii Dorofieiev , Tamara Halytska-Didukh
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