Congresos de la Universitat Politècnica de València, IN-RED 2020: VI Congreso de Innovación Educativa y Docencia en Red

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La clase invertida: el papel de las actividades previas en el rendimiento final del alumno
Ginesa Ana López Crespo, Camino Álvarez Fidalgo, José Martín-Albo Lucas, Sonsoles Valdivia Salas, José Manuel Lerma Cabrera, María Francisca Carvajal Ruiz, David Carralero Esteban

Última modificación: 11-11-2020

Resumen


The flipped classroom model consists on a re-arrangement of the traditional instructional model, in the sense that the lectures are placed out of the classroom whereas the classroom time is devoted to promote a more active and deeper learning in the students. This innovation was aimed to study the impact of viewing videos with questions embeded along it on the final achievent of the students. Results showed that there is a marginal relationship between watching videos and the score on the final test of the course. In addition, a possitive correlation between the scores obtained on the questions of the videos and the score on the final test was obtained. This results are in accordance with the idea that embeding questions along the videos leads to a more profound proccessing of the information, and therefore, a better learning.

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