COMPROMISO COMPORTAMENTAL: PROPUESTAS PARA LA EVALUACIÓN DE PARTICIPACIÓN SOCIAL ACADÉMICA

Alicia Verónica Molinari, Javier Sanchez Rosas

Resumen


En el presente trabajo se analizan los conceptos de compromiso comportamental y participación social académica, y se revisan brevemente las formas de operacionalización y medición de estos constructos. A continuación se presentan algunos hallazgos respecto a la participación en clase de estudiantes universitarios argentinos y se discute la necesidad de profundizar en el conocimiento de las características de la población universitaria local para crear herramientas adaptadas al contexto que permitan medir adecuadamente el constructo, considerando que hasta el momento se han utilizado en gran parte instrumentos de medición ad hoc o bien adaptados desde otros diseñados para su utilización en culturas diferentes.

Palabras Clave:

compromiso
participación social académica
estudiantes universitarios
evaluación

 

BEHAVIORAL ENGAGEMENT: RECCOMENDATIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC SOCIAL PARTICIPATION


Abstract. In this work we discuss behavioral engagement and academic social participation regarding their conceptual definition, operationalization and methods of evaluation. Then, we present some findings about class participation for Argentinian university students and we analyze the need for a deeper understanding of the characteristics of the local population. Such understanding would support the design of new assessment instruments that allow for assessment of these constructs in this particular context, which is necessary given that most of the previously used assessment tools were adapted from those used in countries with some cultural differences, or ad hoc designed instruments tailored for each case.

Keywords:

engagement
academic social participation
university students
assessment



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