TITLE

Aprender haciendo en Investigación como estrategia de aprendizaje

AUTHOR(S)
Gamboa Mora, María Cristina; García Sandoval, Yenny
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
Revista de Investigaciones de la UNAD;jul-dic2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This was a research conducted during the development of two academic terms with the participation of 128 students. Its aim was to analyze the methodology of learning by doing, as an alternative active learning, as well as to systematize and to feedback this process at the National Open and Distance Education Institute -UNAD- , during first academic period 2011. The categories of analysis and their articulation with research lines were selected by an inductive method. As a result of this research process, 43 routes and 55 research projects were systematically organized, through validation and collective construction confirming the efficiency of the proposed methodology and the increasing importance of research by teachers on their own teaching practice. Thus, the category in which the largest number of research proposals are inscribed is the implementation of teaching strategies with Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, intended to optimize educational practices and to incorporate information and communication technologies, TIC's in classrooms.
ACCESSION #
94059360

 

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