Uso del modelo de clase invertida en la asignatura de Estática en Ingeniería Civil

Resumen

En la actualidad, el modelo de clase invertida está dando muy buenos resultados en la educación universitaria. Este modelo ha sido empleado en varias áreas del conocimiento, sin embargo, muy poco se ha explorado en Ingeniería Civil. En ese escenario, el objetivo de este artículo es mostrar la implementación del modelo de clase invertida en la asignatura de Estática en la carrera de Ingeniería Civil. Para ello, se consideraron dos grupos de estudiantes: grupo A (n=76, modelo de clase invertida) y grupo B (n=46, modelo tradicional). Cada semana, los estudiantes del grupo A debían observar las conferencias pregrabadas antes de las clases presenciales, y en ellas se trabajaban en la resolución de problemas. Como resultado, las calificaciones finales del grupo A fueron significativamente más altas que las del grupo B (p=0,039). Además, las calificaciones del grupo A estuvieron relacionadas positivamente con el porcentaje de revisiones de las conferencias pregrabadas. En general, el modelo de clase invertida fue bien recibido por los estudiantes, quienes lo calificaron entre 8,3±1,4 (1=mínimo, 10=máximo), por lo que se recomienda su aplicación en contenidos similares, especialmente relacionados con la Física y las Matemáticas

Biografía del autor/a

Yasmany Damián García-Ramírez, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja

Doctor en Ingeniería Civil. Docente investigador, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (Loja, Loja, Ecuador).

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2019-01-10
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