El lapbook, una experiencia de autorregulación en la formación incial docente en pregrado

Translated title of the contribution: The LAPBOOK, an experience of self-regulation in initial teacher training in undergraduate

Fabiola Mary Talavera Mendoza, Pedro Mango Quispe, Alejandra Lucia Hurtado Mazeyra, Telsi Larisa Bustamante López, Eva Aida Ponce Vega

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Abstract

This paper presents the research performed in the description process of characterization and an experience systematization through the lapbooks use and the ICT integration using Flip Teaching Model. It aims to contribute to the sensorial learning to reinforce the disciplinary contents and didactic contents in the early teaching training in the mathematics area, giving sense and significance to the lapbook as a didactic tool incorporating it with the use of the video in teaching, to promote the development of the autonomous learning. The research methodology was descriptive and correlational with a quantitative approach. Two instruments were designed, a self-evaluation rubric of the video and a self-regulation scale . The Population was composed by 34 students. Results reveal a good correlation between both instruments, the P value reaches (0.90) in the internal magnitude of satisfaction with positive achievements to develop creatively the mathematical processes and the motivation for later theoretic and practical developments.

Translated title of the contributionThe LAPBOOK, an experience of self-regulation in initial teacher training in undergraduate
Original languageSpanish
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume2302
StatePublished - 2018
Event2nd International Congress of Tendencies in Educational Innovation, CITIE 2018 - Arequipa, Peru
Duration: 26 Nov 201830 Nov 2018

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