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dc.contributor.advisorIbáñez Ibáñez, Jaimespa
dc.contributor.authorGarzón Gordo, Alied Victoriaspa
dc.date.accessioned2020-03-26T14:08:33Z
dc.date.available2020-03-26T14:08:33Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.identifier.otherTO-23804
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12209/11568
dc.description.abstractEn el presente escrito se describe el desarrollo de la investigación que se titula “incidencia del modelo aula invertida en la carga cognitiva y el desarrollo de habilidades metacognitivas para favorecer el logro de aprendizaje”. A lo largo del documento se especifican las motivaciones y las pretensiones para el desarrollo de esta investigación con el objetivo de aportar para futuras implementaciones sobre la estrategia de aula invertida que está en crecimiento con miras a mejorar las prácticas educativas para los estudiantes. Este proyecto fue concebido como una oportunidad para evaluar el uso de la estrategia de aula invertida en colegios públicos de la ciudad de Bogotá. Lo mismo que evaluar su relación con la carga cognitiva, el logro de aprendizaje y las habilidades metacognitivas del estudiante durante el uso de este tipo de estrategias en las cuales se cambian los roles y los momentos en que se llevan a cabo las actividades. Para dar cumplimiento a lo planteado se presenta la descripción detallada de los argumentos teóricos y prácticos con los cuales se llevó a cabo la implementación de la estrategia de aula invertida, los recursos tecnológicos que intervienen en el diseño del ambiente computacional, de las actividades y contenidos temáticos del curso, la metodología. A si mismo se encuentra el desglose de los resultados para cada uno de los objetivos planteados y dar respuesta a las preguntas de investigación llegando a la discusión de estos, las conclusiones, y las proyecciones para futuras investigaciones, de todo lo anterior se postulan algunas recomendaciones enfocado a mejorar la estrategia en mención que contribuya a mejorar la experiencia de aprendizaje del estudiante y las practicas educativas.spa
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dc.subjectAula invertidaspa
dc.subjectCarga cognitivaspa
dc.subjectHabilidades autorreguladorasspa
dc.subjectAmbientes virtuales de aprendizajespa
dc.titleIncidencia del modelo aula invertida en la carga cognitiva y el desarrollo de habilidades metacognitivas para favorecer el logro de aprendizaje.spa
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dc.publisher.programMaestría en Tecnologías de la Información aplicadas a la Educaciónspa
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