University professors face the challenge of incorporating activities that promote student engagement, discussion, conflict resolution, and teamwork. In this context, cooperative learning emerges as the pedagogical model that fosters teamwork; organizes students into groups where joint and coordinated work reinforces individual and collective learning. The proposal presented facilitates the design of cooperative activities that consider the necessary interdependence between learning, teaching, content and context. In addition to explaining how to articulate all these aspects, it also places the student as the center of the training process, for this it collects the main guidelines of cooperative learning and enriches the learning environment with the potential of management knowledge and communication provided by Information and Communication Technologies. To inform the proposal, the results obtained in four subjects of a mathematical nature are presented; results showing improvements in student learning.
|Número de artículo
|International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
|Publicada - 2020
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