Teste de progresso como padrão de excelência para avaliação de conhecimento dos alunos de medica: conceitos, história e perspectivas

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2176-7262.rmrp.2021.173770

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Avaliação educacional, Aprendizagem, Aquisição de conhecimento

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O teste de progresso foi criado como um método de avalição alinhado a aprendizagem baseada em problemas. Apesar do teste de progresso ser criado especificamente para superar limitações da avaliação tradicional em currículos de aprendizagem baseada em problemas, hoje em dia, ele é utilizado em diferentes tipos de currículos. Nesse artigo, primeiro, apresentamos as premissas básica, história, benefício e desafios do teste de progresso. O teste de progresso superou muitas limitações da avaliação tradicional, como os problemas de validade e confiabilidade. No entanto, a implementação do teste de progresso apresenta grandes desafios logísticos. Ademais, discutimos as limitações do teste de progresso quando utilizada de forma somativa, sendo que nem sempre é alinhada a teoria construtivista. Quando adicionado o feedback e métodos de análises que consideram múltiplos testes, o teste de progresso então se alinha a teoria construtivista. Finalmente, o uso das subcategorias do teste de progresso pode apresentar problemas de validade por causa do baixo número de item e consequentemente, decisões de aprovar ou reprovar não poderia ser baseadas no subcategorias, mas apenas na categoria geral.

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Cecilio-Fernandes D, Bicudo AM, Hamamoto Filho PT. Teste de progresso como padrão de excelência para avaliação de conhecimento dos alunos de medica: conceitos, história e perspectivas. Medicina (Ribeirão Preto) [Internet]. 16 de julho de 2021 [citado 20 de outubro de 2021];54(1):e173770. Disponível em: https://www.revistas.usp.br/rmrp/article/view/173770

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