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Objective: The objective of the line of study was to determine influence of educational management to improve formative feedback and investigation skills of basic education students.
Theoretical framework: The improvement of research skills is essential for academic teaching in basic education. Investigative competencies as a set of capacities develop knowledge necessary to plan, execute and communicate an investigation.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The paradigm was positivist; the study was basic with a non-experimental, cross-sectional, correlational, causal, explanatory design, with a quantitative approach; the type of sampling, probabilistic. The sample consisted of 126 students; Data was collected through two questionnaires that passed their reliability and validity process: 0.794 obtained the formative feedback questionnaire and 0.808, investigative skills; therefore, they presented good reliability.
Findings: The result showed that 76.2% of the respondents demonstrated a level in progress on investigative skills and 92.1% were located at a medium level in relation to formative feedback. In addition, a Wald score of 22391.323 was reached with a p=.000, the fit of the model and Pseudo R2 indicated a Nagelkerke value of 0.260 and the contrast test of the likelihood ratio revealed that the logistic model is significant. with a X2 of 24,863.
Research, practical and social implications: The impact of this research is based on the possibility that educational institutions, in their pedagogical practice, aim to improve investigative skills.
Implications/Originality/Value: Acquiring investigative skills is essential to optimize investigative processes; For this reason, research in curricular design should be transversal to all areas.