INNOVATIVE PROCEDURE FOR INCLUSIVE EVALUATION IN UNIVERSITY: THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL FEEDBACK

Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco, Maura Mengoni, Silvia Ceccacci, Aldo Caldarelli

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The increasing number of students with disabilities and Specific Learning Disorders (SpLDs) has led universities and educational policies to start a reflection on teaching, assessment, and organisational practices to achieve inclusive education. Achieving these goals requires a rethink of the overall educational and teaching proposals from an inclusive perspective, including assessment procedures. As emotions significantly contribute to student engagement and positive academic outcomes, providing inclusive assessment paths, ensuring a welcoming atmosphere, plays an important role in improving student academic success, especially for students with SpLDs or disabilities. However only few studies focused on inclusive university assessment. This study, starting from a pilot study conducted at University of Macerata, aims at understanding whether emotional feedback can support the redefinition of the assessment context in a more inclusive way.


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Emotion recognition; Gaze tracking; Inclusive university teaching; students with disability and Specific Learning Disorders

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