O contexto universitário jordaniano pós-covid e os problemas da avaliação online

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/1983-3652.2023.42796

Palavras-chave:

Teste de nivelamento, Teste do aluno, Processo de teste, E-learning, Ponto de vista dos professores

Resumo

Durante o processo de educação a distância, a pergunta que não deixou de ser feita dentro do corpo docente e que tem preocupado muitos alunos e seus pais é a da avaliação e a relevância dos mecanismos de aprendizagem do aluno. Que métodos podem ser usados para compensar o ensino presencial? Os especialistas em educação responderam a essa pergunta e garantiram que existem vários métodos e mecanismos. No entanto, qual é a sua relevância e eficácia? Os avanços quantitativos na tecnologia não acompanharam os avanços qualitativos na aplicação dessa tecnologia para avaliação e teste. A incapacidade das instituições de usar adequadamente essa tecnologia resultou em resultados educacionais ruins. Este artigo estuda o processo de avaliação e teste para identificar a lacuna entre a teoria e a prática e para destacar os pontos fracos e os problemas que enfraqueceram o processo de avaliação e teste. Este estudo é baseado em uma pesquisa cujos resultados são analisados usando o programa SPSS. A amostra do estudo é composta por 88 professores de vários departamentos de línguas modernas em universidades jordanianas que trabalharam durante o segundo semestre do ano letivo de 2022. Para construir essa amostra, selecionamos aleatoriamente 88 professores entre os 120 que responderam ao questionário. O método analítico-descritivo foi escolhido para a pesquisa por causa de sua aplicabilidade ao escopo geral da pesquisa. As discussões seguirão os resultados para avaliar a situação em que os problemas relacionados ao ambiente universitário são encontrados em primeiro lugar em termos de problemas relacionados ao uso da tecnologia, em comparação aos relacionados a professores ou alunos, com média de 3,99 e pontuação alta.

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Biografia do Autor

Nabil Al-Awawdeh, Yarmouk University, Faculty of Arts, Dept. of modern Languages, Irbid, Jordan

Nabil Al-Awawdeh earned his Masters from the Univeristy of potsdam in Germany and doctoral degree from the University of Missouri - Columbia -the USA, in 2018 in Romance Languages (Translation). He is currently working as an assistant professor at Yarmouk University in Jordan. His area of specialization is Linguistics and Translation. He developed various courses
to be taught to his students, including phonetics, translation, and linguistics. He is a reviewer and part of the editorial board of several journals such as Register journal, JASS, and Al-Lisan. He is also a translator for several languages, including Arabic, German, French, and English. He published several articles in several journals indexed in many databases.

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23-05-2023

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AL-AWAWDEH, N. O contexto universitário jordaniano pós-covid e os problemas da avaliação online. Texto Livre, Belo Horizonte-MG, v. 16, p. e42796, 2023. DOI: 10.1590/1983-3652.2023.42796. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/textolivre/article/view/42796. Acesso em: 21 jun. 2024.