MOOC y modelos de aprendizaje combinado. Una aproximación práctica

Teresa Torres-Coronas, María-Arántzazu Vidal-Blasco

Resumen


Cada vez existe un mayor interés en analizar cómo los entornos virtuales influyen en el aprendizaje. En particular, los investigadores se centran en evaluar diseños educativos que combinan los MOOC con la enseñanza presencial. El presente artículo analiza una experiencia de aprendizaje mixto en una institución de educación superior española. Su objetivo es presentar un estudio de caso y discutir el enfoque estratégico para integrar un MOOC en estudios de grado presenciales. En el caso analizado, los estudiantes aprenden utilizando una combinación de clases presenciales con aprendizaje virtual. El objetivo es mejorar el rendimiento académico y reducir la tasa de abandono en estudiantes de primer curso. La estrategia de evaluación de esta experiencia se centra en la realización de cuestionarios y grupos focales para interpretar los resultados y la opinión de los diferentes grupos de interés. El análisis realizado sintetiza la opinión de las principales partes interesadas sujetas a estudio en la institución, esto es, la universidad, los estudiantes y el personal académico. Del estudio realizado se desprende que los modelos de aprendizaje combinado mejoran la calidad de la educación de los estudiantes, fortalecen su rendimiento académico y alientan al personal académico a innovar constantemente en su proceso didáctico.


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enseñanza superior; tecnologías de la información y de la comunicación; estudio de caso; métodos de enseñanza; calidad de la educación

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