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Below, you will find the assessment questions that will generate a report to know to what extent your Institution fits with a personalized education model based on autonomy.

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1.The approach to academic and life goals helps students project themselves to where they want to go and to find ways to fulfill their purposes. In that sense, students of your institution: *
2. The need to change the educational paradigm to develop life skills requires education to have a personalized approach, knowing that each child has different paths to get there. From that point of view, in your institution: *
3. Normally in a classroom, students are learning at a different pace. In your institution: *
4. A common challenge that educators face in the classroom is the search for the most appropriate way to help all students to learn. What is the most common method of learning in your institution? *
5. Assessments evaluate students’ learning on a topic and the development of skills. However, depending on the way in which you evaluate, different aspects can be reviewed. In this sense which fundamental aspect do you take into account when assessing your students? *
6. Educators have great responsibility to promote their students’ learning autonomy. Both the family and the school must implement strategies to help students to learn and think critically for themselves. At your institution, how do you foster the development of students’ autonomy? *
7. Evaluations are usually only related to the results or products delivered by students, which drives the focus to content and not necessarily to improving students’ abilities. The way your institution regularly evaluates students allows that: *
8. The way educators evaluate their students largely influences the way students learn because it is where they will find meaning to what they learn. At your institution, what strategies do you use to evaluate learning? *
Part III Student's Potencial *
9. Educators must plan the academic activities that take place during the year while elaborating a curriculum. Which aspects are taken into consideration at your institution to develop the curriculum for each of the areas and grades?
10. One of the essential functions of the educator is to provide relevant tools and strategies that allow students to build knowledge. In your institution: How do you take into account the students potential to implement learning tools and strategies? *
11. Everyone has a different potential. When a student advances rapidly in their learning, goes slower or has any challenge, how does your institution manage that? *
12. Trends around transforming education indicate that we should develop students’ abilities to set themselves objectives and strategies to reach them. At your institution, students have goals and take action to reach them when: *
Part IV Academic Quality *
13. At the end of the school year at your institution, when a student has some pending lessons to finalize or has failed entire subjects, the action plan is:
14. The education standards provide guidelines that serve as the basis for designing curriculum, activities, and other dynamics for each of the areas and grades. Therefore, in your institution education standards have the function of: *
15. The ideal goal of education is that all students achieve excellence. However there are very few students who succeed. How do you ensure that all students achieve excellence in your institution? *
16. While educational institutions have the duty to ensure that all students achieve excellence, it is also true that the student, as an active subject of their learning, must strive to achieve the best results. Therefore, in your institution students: *
Part V Technology *
17. Education Technology is innovating through the use of platforms for teachers, students and parents. These platforms allow users to have a better organized daily or weekly log of students’ progress in their academic process, review reports of the course performance, and at the individual level create personalized learning plans, among other aspects of importance to closely accompany students in their process. Your institution:
18. In recent years the Internet has become an essential tool to easily research information. However, there is a lack of greater culture for its educational use to avoid improper usage. Accordingly, when students have access to the Internet in your institution: *
19. Incorporating ICT in the classroom to promote student learning and improve Educators’ practices is a global trend. From your point of view, your institution requires ICT to: *
Part VI Community Building *
20. School must work to promote students abilities towards development of autonomy in all learning spaces. You must create a participative environment where students can make decisions about their own learning process and their community. In your institution:
21. One of the purposes that education must reach is to encourage social activities that promote learning and teamwork. How is students’ teamwork in your institution? *
22. The classroom participation must include the students’ freedom to present their concerns or expose their views, as well as a space for building ideas and agreements for the individual and collective benefit. Taking this into account, how are students motivated to participate and contribute for the collective benefit of the classroom at your institution? *
Parte VII Autonomy *
23. One of the necessary components to develop students’ learning autonomy is their active participation in their process. They know how to work their learning plan and they can propose alternative activities to improve their skills. What kind of participation students have in the academic process at your institution?
24. Goals setting is essential to develop students’ learning autonomy. It allows students to learn how to manage their own time and it creates awareness about the need to project themselves in the future: where to go, what to do to get there. How does your institution foster students’ goals setting? *
25. To develop autonomy, students must be aware of their own goals and how to accomplish them. In your institution: *
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