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AYALA ZULUAGA, Carlos Federico; ORREGO NORE, Jhon Fredy  and  AYALA ZULUAGA, José Enver. Assessment Practices as a Holistic Process. Folios [online]. 2014, n.40, pp.31-44. ISSN 0123-4870.

This document is part of two research projects carried out in studies in Master's in Education which deals with the assessment practices and otherness in teacher education. Surrounding these topics, this article reflects on the issue of otherness in student-teacher relationships and their influence on teaching processes and assessment practice. The necessary information was gathered by means of a structured and in depth interview using a hermeneutical approach through the quasi-ethnographic method. As a result of this meeting, a study proposal for study, development and implementation among the different assessment practices in keeping with the other, within the context of teacher training in the area of physical education, recreation and sport was presented. Therefore, we conclude, based on both the thesis and the mentioned elements (otherness, evaluative practices and teacher training), that the conceptions of education and of the student generate a particular type of assessment.

Keywords : Training; otherness; assessment; assessment practices; integral process.

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