Aula invertida con uso de recursos tecnológicos: sus efectos sobre el aprendizaje y la actitud hacia las matemáticas en una muestra de estudiantes de honduras

  • José Alberto Núñez Paz Maranatha Adventist Bilingual School, Honduras
Palabras clave: tecnología educativa, rendimiento académico, actitud hacia las matemáticas, aula invertida

Resumen

La tecnología es parte integral del proceso educativo, por lo que es necesario conocer sus efectos sobre el rendimiento y la actitud hacia las matemáticas de los estudiantes. El presente estudio procuró determinar si existe una diferencia significativa de desempeño matemático y de actitud hacia las matemáticas entre un grupo en el que se utilizó la clase invertida con el uso de recursos tecnológicos y uno en el que se utilizó la clase tradicional. Participaron 38 estudiantes del segundo año de Bachillerato en Ciencias y Humanidades en una escuela privada en Honduras, durante el curso escolar 2018-2019. La investigación fue de tipo cuantitativa, con un diseño cuasiexperimental. Se utilizó la prueba estadística no paramétrica U de Mann Whitney para dos muestras independientes. Se encontró un efecto positivo al aplicar la clase invertida con el uso de recursos tecnológicos sobre el rendimiento académico y sobre la actitud hacia las matemáticas en sus cuatro dimensiones: valor, autoconfianza, disfrute y motivación.

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Publicado
2020-07-24
Cómo citar
Núñez Paz, J. A. (2020). Aula invertida con uso de recursos tecnológicos: sus efectos sobre el aprendizaje y la actitud hacia las matemáticas en una muestra de estudiantes de honduras. RIEE | Revista Internacional De Estudios En Educación, 20(1), 42-56. https://doi.org/10.37354/riee.2020.200