The new framework for the quality of higher education proposes to transform the paradigm of didactic intervention, orienting it towards more active mixed methodologies, centered on the student's learning process, incorporating technological tools that allow a better development of the teaching-learning processes. The objective of this study is to apply the Inverted Classroom model through a Moodle virtual platform for the development of research competencies. The study is applied to 46 participants graduated from the professional career of Communication Sciences at the national University of Piura (Peru), where they participated in a professional updating and degree program. The methodology applied is mixed, with quantitative and qualitative data, following a pre-experimental design. To evaluate the competencies, quantitative data were collected at the beginning and end of the Applied Research course. The research hypothesis is to validate whether in the context of the subject of Applied Research in Communication Sciences the pedagogical model Inverted Classroom through the use of the virtual platform Moodle has an effect on the development of research skills in students. The data collection process is carried out at the beginning with a knowledge test applied to the students and at the end with the qualification obtained through an evaluation matrix. The results obtained show significant differences in the average grades of the students, obtained before and after using the Inverted Classroom model, where better results are obtained in the competences referred to the elaboration of the theoretical framework and approach of the study.
|Translated title of the contribution||Classroom flipped in a virtual platform for the development of competences. Case study: Applied research course|
|Number of pages||9|
|State||Indexed - Jul 2021|
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