Innovative strategies for Higher Education in Spain


 


Editor:
REDINE
ISBN:
978-94-92805-05-8
Language:
Spanish and English
Publication date: 
May, 2018
Pages: 
223
Description:
This edited volume is composed of twenty-one chapters and covers topics such as digital skills, teaching-learning methodologies, innovative projects and proposals, and reflections on the Spanish University context.

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Table of contents

1. My experience in the Spanish education system
Carlos Blanco
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1-7
 
2. Gamifcation in the evaluation of learning: assessment of the use of Kahoot!
Diana Marín Suelves, Mª Isabel Vidal Esteve, José Peirats Chacón y María López Marí
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8-17
 
3. Digital competence of University Teacher: design and validation of a certification test
Marta Durán Cuartero
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18-26
 
4. How do university students value tutoring processes?
José Antonio Giménez Costa, María Teresa Cortés Tomás y Patricia Motos Sellés
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27-38
 
5. Teaching methodology according to the learning styles of Medical students
María Concepción Vega-Hernández, María Carmen Patino-Alonso y María Purificación Vicente-Galindo
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39-48
 
6. Digital competence in the university context with the Kahoot application!
C. Vanesa Álvarez-Rosa, Emilia Velasco Marcos, Manuel Nevot Navarro, Vicente. M. Marcet Rodríguez e Isaac Castrillo de la Mata
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49-57
 
7. Beverages and labeling as a teaching resource
Ana Isabel de Mena Sánchez
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58-68
 
8. An application proyect for the Flipped Classroom in Communication Sciences
Carmen del Rocío Monedero Morales y Antonio Castro Higueras
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69-79
 
9. Virtual mentoring of Masters Dissertations: a practical experience
Jorge Lizandra Mora y Alexandra Valencia-Peris
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80-89
 
10. Optimizing formal working teams’ effectiveness extracting data from Multiple Choice Questionnaires
David Valladares Hernando
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90-97
 
11. Active Learning Methodologies in a Postgraduate course in Economics
María del Carmen Sánchez-Carreira y Óscar Rodil Marzábal
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98-111
 
12. Teacher training of beginning university teachers in Spain: a current glance
Rafael Moll Noguera
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112-122
 
13. PhD training program activities from a global perspective. A comparison between two European Universities
M. Victoria Muerza-Marín
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123-130
 
14. Methods and innovative applications to maximize learning evaluation in university teaching
Javier Puche
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131-140
 
15. Phonetic transcription on Twitter: tradition and modernity in education
Elena Fernández de Molina Ortés
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141-150
 
16. Correlation between four scales of learning styles and academic performance
M.Sc. Greibin Villegas Barahona, Dra. Mercedes Sánchez Barba, Dra Ana B. Sánchez-García y Dra. María Purifcación Galindo Villardón
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151-174
 
17. Development of a spreadsheet for air conditioning classes
Emilio José Sarabia Escriva y Víctor Manuel Soto Francés
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175-183
 
18. Challenges of teachers to educate on human rights and democracy
Isabel María Gallardo Fernández
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184-193
 
19. Reading at university: a reading plan proposal in Higher Education
Miquel A. Oltra Albiach
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194-200
 
20. PechaKucha as a tool for educational innovation in the European Higher Education Area
Ana María Botella Nicolás, Amparo Hurtado Soler y Sonsoles Ramos Ahijado
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201-212
 
21. Internet Habitability: A methodological tool for analysis and evaluation in virtual educational spaces
Andrea González Aguilar
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213-223
 
Innovative strategies for Higher Education in Spain