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Creación Y Evaluación De Objetos Virtuales De Aprendizaje Como Componente De Una Asignatura Teórico-Práctica
Hurtado Londo√Īo, Jairo Alberto

PublishedSeptember 2019
ConferenceRetos en la Formación de Ingenieros en la Era Digital 2019
Pages 10
CountryColombia, South America

En la actualidad es cada vez mayor el n√ļmero de recursos y posibilidades tecnol√≥gicas a las cuales tienen acceso las personas que deseen aprender sobre alg√ļn tema en particular. Dentro de esta amplia gama de material que pueden encontrar nuestros estudiantes, mucho de este material no cumple con las expectativas, requerimientos conceptuales, pedag√≥gicos o de comprensi√≥n que requieren los estudiantes en su proceso de aprendizaje, lo cual, en vez de servirles de ayuda, lo que hacen es generarles ruido y distraerlos en su actividad de estudio.

Con el objetivo de tener un mejor y mayor material de apoyo para los estudiantes de una asignatura te√≥rico-pr√°ctica concerniente a la instrumentaci√≥n, manejo de equipo electr√≥nico auxiliar y de medici√≥n, en el proceso de dise√Īo y verificaci√≥n de prototipos electr√≥nicos, se plante√≥ el desarrollo de objetos virtuales dentro de un sistema de gesti√≥n del aprendizaje que permitiera realizar el seguimiento, evaluaci√≥n y retroalimentaci√≥n de las actividades realizadas con el material de apoyo, creado para complementar las actividades de aprendizaje.

El mayor reto consistía en además de los fundamentos y conceptos teóricos propios de la asignatura, se pudieran involucrar los conceptos prácticos de laboratorio por medio de actividades virtuales, que pusieran en contexto a los estudiantes, con posibilidad de manipulación de equipo, sin tener la necesidad de adquirir o desarrollar una plataforma virtual de manejo de equipo de laboratorio.

El material y su contenido creado est√°n dise√Īados para que el estudiante cumpla un rol activo dentro del proceso de aprendizaje, d√°ndole la oportunidad de programar las actividades complementarias, de autoevaluarse y corroborar su aprendizaje en las sesiones pr√°cticas.

Finalmente, en el documento se presenta además del proceso y el material creado, los resultados obtenidos hasta el momento, las posibles mejoras y desarrollo futuro, junto con la percepción de los estudiantes y las respectivas conclusiones.

Currently, there is an increasing number of resources and technological possibilities available to people who wish to learn about a particular topic. Within this wide range of material that our students can find, much of this material does not meet the expectations, conceptual, pedagogical or comprehension requirements that students require in their learning process, which instead of helping them, What they do is generate noise and distract them in their study activity.

Keeping in mind to have a better and more support material for the students of a theoretical-practical subject concerning the instrumentation, operation of electronic measurement equipment, in the process of design and verification of electronic prototypes; the development e-learning objects within a learning management system that allows monitoring, evaluation and feedback of the learning activities.

Biggest challenge was in addition to the fundamentals and theoretical concepts of the subject, could involve practical laboratory concepts through virtual activities, put in context to students, with the possibility of manipulation of equipment, without having the need to acquire or develop a virtual platform for the management of laboratory equipment.

Material content is designed to involve the students in an active role in the learning process, giving them the opportunity to program the complementary activities, to evaluate themselves and to corroborate their learning in the practical sessions.

Finally, this document presents, in addition to the process and the material created, the results obtained so far, possible improvements and future development, together with the students' perception and the conclusions.

Keywords objetos virtuales de aprendizaje · OVA · LMS · gesti√≥n de ambientes de aprendizaje · TIC · virtual · aprendizaje activo · e-learning objects · virtual objects · LMS · learning management system · ICT · active learning

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