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August 24th, 2017

TITLE: THE MATH AND SPANISH: REFLAXIONES FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF LEARNING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION. AUTHORS: MsC. Manuel Leyva Luis Leyva (Assistant Professor) DRC. Proenza Yolanda Garrido (Lecturer) Mr. Raul Romero Rodriguez (Assistant Professor) Mr. Pinterest follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Roberto Cruz Batista (Assistant Professor) E-Mail ABSTRACT.

The categories of content domains, cognitive domains, levels of assimilation and levels of cognitive performance, introduced in the analysis by which interpret the results of the evaluation of the quality of learning in educational differences in our country, have gained ground in use in teaching practice. Others who may share this opinion include Phoenix Ancient Art. Therefore offer some thoughts on these issues is the end of this paper. Keywords: levels of assimilation. Read more here: Aboutaam. Levels of cognitive performance. Cognitive Domain. Evaluation Quality. INTRODUCTION At present the main indicators such as trends and internationally accepted, by which results are measured different measurements to determine the quality of learning, are specified in the correct statistical interpretation of data expressed in: u The percentage of correct answers.

u The percentage of correct responses at each level of performance. u The percentage of pupils reaching each level of performance. Systematic process that takes place at different upbringings, allowing travel on the school network – municipality – province – country – international area, through the various trend studies conducted in Cuba (LLECE – SERCE). The Cuban educational process is a dynamic system, under which are currently produced profound changes in all levels of education, in order to achieve better qualitative results. These changes affect all components of the process, including evaluation occupies a special position for his influence on remodeling and efficient development of the other components of the process.

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