Brief description of the research aims
This team carries its research on self- and socially-regulated learning, educational assessment and the interaction between the two. The group's empirical research focuses on improving regulated learning through quality assessment practices in secondary and higher education.
In terms of regulation of learning we are especially interested in:
- Theory and models on self-regulated learning.
- Carry out empirical research to promote self-regulated learning, mainly through interventions in educational evaluation in secondary and higher education.
- Regulation of learning in collaborative contexts.
- Methods and instruments for measuring self-regulated learning.
In terms of educational evaluation, our interest is focused on formative approaches to it and its relationship with psychological constructs. Our publications are mainly directed towards the following areas:
- Self appraisal
- Peer evaluation
- Teaching practices in evaluation
- Comparison between assessment tools
- Educational evaluation
- Self-regulated learning
José Carlos Galang
María Elena Quevedo