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It is a Self-Assessment Instrument for Teaching Competencies (intellectual property registration number: M-001944/2020) developed by a consolidated research group at UCM. Its objective is to identify the teaching competences of the teachers of Primary Education and Compulsory Secondary Education, for the improvement of educational quality, understood in terms of inclusiveness and excellence. It is hosted on the Habilmind platform. Habilmind is an online system that offers a complete set of tools that analyze the factors that influence student learning.

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The teacher will be able to access their skills map, with the details of the result and the analysis of each skill, the score achieved and a brief interpretation of the result.

How does it work

The test consists of self-evaluation rubrics of 11 teaching skills. Each of them is structured in 4 levels of mastery, each higher level includes the previous ones (level 4 of competence subsumes 3, 3 to 2 etc). Within each level, you can identify the percentage of behaviors representative of your activity.

Figure 3. Rubric



It is a validated and very useful instrument for the diagnosis and evaluation of the competency level of teachers in compulsory education. The online format makes it possible to apply it in large samples. As an added value, it is accompanied by a complete report and an individualized training plan for each of the skills evaluated.

 Where has it been developed

Research Group activities

Research Group activities

From the Faculty of Education of the Complutense University, we have consolidated an adaptive pedagogy research group, which with the help of external collaborators, we want to make our contribution to educational research.

In the group there are teachers who belong to the project and other people who collaborate actively in the different lines of research.

The main lines of research that are worked within the group are: Diagnostic and Educational Differentiation; Individual student diversity; Mentoring and guidance in the EHEA; University mentoring; Evaluation of teaching skills.




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Responsible Researchers

Chantal Biencinto: alameda@edu.ucm.es
Mercedes García

Department: Education and Psychology Research (MIDE area)

Faculty: Education-CFP