La evaluación de la escritura creativa en el contexto universitario

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https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2020.798n4003

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Escritura creativa, evaluación, rúbricas, enseñanza universitaria

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Existe una larga tradición sobre las rúbricas pedagógicas de la escritura, principalmente referida a los niveles educativos no universitarios y con aplicación a la competencia lingüística en la lengua nativa o en una segunda lengua. En este trabajo se revisan los resultados de investigación referidos a la evaluación de la escritura creativa en niveles preuniversitarios y universitarios en contextos generales (no particularizados en zonas o culturas, sobre todo teniendo en cuenta la inexistencia de este tipo de bibliografía en lengua española), en cuanto corresponden al desarrollo de competencias en la lengua nativa, más allá de su empleo en el desarrollo del pensamiento crítico o en determinados ámbitos pedagógicos, y se ofrece una aproximación a los estándares de valoración del progreso de los estudiantes en esta disciplina.

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2020-12-30

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Vega Rodríguez, P. . (2020). La evaluación de la escritura creativa en el contexto universitario. Arbor, 196(798), a579. https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2020.798n4003

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