The binomial education and (new) technologies is always a contentious issue. Over and beyond the mere incorporation of technology in schools, not without its problems, the in-depth debate essentially lies in how to renew methodologies and transform education in such a manner that enables us to rise to the challenges of today’s society.
Even so, the new competency framework calls for far-reaching changes in teaching-learning processes in which the student takes the lead. And evaluation processes are one of the key elements to be addressed in our education system today.
In this panel discussion, an emphasis will be placed on delineating the role of evaluation in the new competency framework, in the midst of being reformulated, as well as the practices and policies being implemented and the most successful classroom experiences