The briefcase as an evaluation strategy for post, inter and transdisciplinary studies

  • Marta Fracapani Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
  • Marisa Fazio Universidad Nacional de Cuyo

Abstract

The Bioethics Magister offered by de National University of Cuyo gets together social and human sciences professional and those of the hard sciences, and, among others, insists especially on creating attitudes, such as tolerance, willingness for dialogue and critical judgement. The studies' goal that this woek describes consists in evaluating if the portafolio may be considered as an authentic tool to evaluate the apprenticeship of a postgraduate study, where as its most expected profile consists mainly on forming attitudes.

Once two cohorts have been analysed, the partial results demostrate that it is possible to evaluate attitudes, but that it presents difficulties when needing to involve students in that type of evaluation and in establishing an appraisal as objetive as possible. At the time being only one cohort is still missing to put an end to the investigation.

Author Biographies

Doctora en Medicina, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Maestría en Bioética. Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Argentina.

Magíster en Evaluación Educacional, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Argentina

Keywords Apprenticeships' evaluation, forming health-care post, inter and transdisciplinary careers
Compartir
How to Cite
Fracapani, M., & Fazio, M. (2008). The briefcase as an evaluation strategy for post, inter and transdisciplinary studies. Acta Bioethica, 14(1). Retrieved from https://actabioethica.uchile.cl/index.php/AB/article/view/16517/17173
Published
2008-01-01