Significant learning activities (ASA) in the modality of face-to-face studies with integration of virtual educational media in Engineering careers
Autor(es): Joe Llerena y Raquel Ayala-Carabajo
Abstract: This study presents a set of significant learning activities (here called ASA) in various subjects of engineering careers of the Universidad Politécnica Salesiana, in the city of Guayaquil (academic period from May to September 2019) developed in the modality of face-to-face studies with the support of a virtual learning environment (Moodle platform) that adapts Kolb’s instructional design. The application of an educational strategy that involves planning, integration, continuous evaluation and improvement of a set of significant learning activities (which respond to teaching, practical-experimental and autonomous work components) leads to generating real experiences to deepen learning, experimentation, dialogue and self-reflection for students, in a dynamic that integrates virtuality in a context of presence, making a solid contribution to the digital transformation of university education.
Expositor(a): Joe Llerena