Sistematización de la construcción colectiva de un proceso de selección de postulantes a las carreras del CIDE: 2002
The Center for Research and Teaching in Education -CIDE- developed a rather novel admission system to select students, with an appropriate profile, interested in enrolling in the different career options offered by CIDE in 2002.
A lot of people filed their application forms to participate in the admission process, and it was not viable to admit them all, due to limited resources and space. In search for excellence, an interdisciplinary team of academics researched and defined the future educat´s profile. They also designed the appropriate instruments to select the students, taking into account the Costa Rican legislation. The objective was to select students with the necessary aptitude and attitude to become professionals in the different educational fields.
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Informe Final de Investigación. Heredia, Costa Rica: Universidad Nacional.
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