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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoAprendizaje significativo y competencias científicas: la enseñanza del sistema endocrino humano en grado 8°(Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2018., 2018-09-10) Sánchez Jiménez, Juliana Elvira; Castro Velásquez, Freddy EnriqueThe teaching of Natural Sciences has become a constant challenge for teachers and educational institutions in Colombia. In this degree work, the diagnosis of the institution where the pedagogical intervention was carried out is presented in the first instance. An approach is made to the current state of science performance in Colombia, assessed by state tests, and international tests. Afterwards, the theoretical referents are presented, which are based on some learning strategies that favor meaningful learning, such as inquiry-based science learning (ECBI), science learning based on problem solving, and the Science, Technology and Society (CTS) strategy. Finally, the results and conclusions of a pedagogical intervention based on the application of a didactic sequence are presented, which aimed to favor the development of basic skills of natural sciences such as inquiry, the use of scientific knowledge and the explanation of phenomena, starting from the understanding of the functioning of the human endocrine system. This sequence was designed taking into account the pedagogical approach of meaningful learning, an approach on which the PEI of the official educational institution in Bogotá is based, where the intervention is carried out.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoWorksheets based on vocabulary learning strategies to enhance students’ writing(Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2017., 2017-10-04) Páez Grosso, Julie Alexandra; Téllez Téllez, María FernandaThis study showed how worksheets based on vocabulary learning strategies contributed to the development of fourth grade students’ writing. This study was conducted in a public, rural school with fifteen students in Cajicá, Colombia. The data gathering instruments were field notes, students’ artifacts and tests. The study followed the qualitative approach and was developed under the action research methodology. The findings indicated that the design of worksheets based on vocabulary strategies made students feel motivated not only to learn new words, but also to understand the strategies that allowed them to start the process of writing. Moreover, the writing strategies were a successful approach for students because they learned how to write simple sentences. Also, using the models provided they could write simple paragraphs. Finally, all of these activities allowed students to improve their performance. This study helped learners feel motivated to learn faster and encouraged them to understand the importance of the use of vocabulary, to learn new strategies and to value meaningful writing feedback.