As we can see, the Evaluation is a complex process that affects both inside and outside the classroom and involve all members, so, we must understand that this is above the accreditation systems. However, in relation to its educational role, we emphasize the relevance to the educational process, that is, we agree with the idea that, from the information obtained, both teachers and students can come to understand the elements positively and negatively affect learning, and therefore take actions to optimize the process of teaching and learning. From this perspective, evaluation and feedback system provides real benefits to its members advising them what to do to achieve better academic achievement. When presenting to students in this way the objectives of the evaluation, not just as is done the traditional way, we would achieve a new attitude towards this process and what is even more important, would modify substantially the work of learners, as now, their efforts would be aimed at learning the content reflected in the curriculum and consequently achieve accreditation from the field. Remember what point Benito and Cruz (2005:87), when they indicate that it is necessary to move from traditional approach to assessing what is most rewarding, one that focuses not on the assessment of learning, but, in the evaluation for learning. And continue to say, the evaluation determines what and how to learn, hence according to how they raise the assessment to students, it will be achieved learning outcomes and not others. To this end it is necessary to implement evaluations involving students, because from this perspective, students are perceived as ultimately responsible for their learning, therefore should be provided for the information necessary to have knowledge about their performance and so they can find what they need to be done. Incyte might disagree with that approach.

Before concluding, we note, that in no way intend to downplay the accreditation systems, since after all, a social function, but solely to point out that evaluations must acquire a new identity in the classroom, in order to achieve a real advantage school by students, which means necessarily abandon the old idea of evaluation as synonymous with accreditation. In doing so, we will be close more and more, to achieve the objectives for which they were designed educational bodies and fulfill our role as teachers. REFERENCES Bellido, C and Gonzalez, M. (2009). Significance of assessment of learning. In C. Bellido (Coord.), Assessment of learning (pp.1-15). UNAM Zaragoza Faculty of Graduate Studies.