Juan A. Marin-García;Pablo Aragonés Beltran;Mónica García Melón
The aim of this paper is to test, in a subject with few students, if teachers put notes correctly ordered according to the degree of learning objectives of the course and if that order is similar when comparing various sources -student peer assessment and self assessment-. We want to develop a method that, in the future, we should see if it is feasible even with large groups. With the proposed methodology is possible to create an ordered list of students from more lo less degree of competence, having a distance between them (in one dimension) that reflects the degree of learning of each (knowledge, skills and attitudes). We also show the consistency of the data used to calculate a student's grade.