Transforming education for a changing world


 


Editors: Camino López García & Jesús Manso
ISBN: 978-94-92805-03-4
Language: Portuguese, Spanish and English
Publication date: July, 2018
Pages: 372
Description: This edited volume is composed of thirty-six chapters and covers topics such as teaching-learning methodologies, innovative projects and proposals, and reflections on education, ranging from elementary school to the university level.

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Table of contents

1. The development of digital competence. A reflection from the point of view of addiction to ICT in education
Camino López García
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1-9
 
2. Methodology of competency development and project-based learning in an environment of Smart Cities through the Internet of Things
José Manuel Soto Hidalgo, María Martínez Rojas, Juan Carlos Gámez Granados, Jesús Alcalá Fernández
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10-19
 
3. Penguins in the Primary Classroom. Project-based learning through the young people’s novel A penguin in Gulpiyuri
Celia Prieto Mazariegos
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20-30
 
4. Internet and social networks: a renewed projection of university education
María Dolores Ortiz Vidal
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31-40
 
5. Analysis of the application of the evaluation system for the Final Degree Project of the Degree in Optics and Optometry in the Degree of Nursing. A pilot study
Verónica Velasco González, Irene Sánchez Pavón, Raúl Martín Herranz, Laura Mena García
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41-50
 
6. The curricular design proposal of the Metropolitan Autonomous University: an alternative to guide the development of innovative curricula in Higher Education
David Sebastian Contreras Islas
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51-60
 
7. Innovative strategies in qualitative research. Philosophy for Children as an active methodology in the classroom
Sara Mariscal Vega
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61-70
 
8. Designing Augmented Reality objects: An experience with teacher education students
Sandra Martínez Pérez, Bárbara Fernández Robles, Rocío Alejandra Funes Cabrerizo
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71-81
 
9. The return of experience to theory. Rethinking professional deontology after Auschwitz
Gemma Ruiz Varela, Fidel Rodríguez Legendre, José Ángel Agejas Esteban
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82-95
 
10. Students’ misconceptions gathering in science education by means of interactive ICT resources
José Luis López-Quintero, Marta Varo-Martínez, Alfonso Pontes-Pedrajas
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96-105
 
11. Written corrective feedback with online tools in the Medicine classroom: Bombay TV
Lucía Bellés-Calvera, Begoña Bellés-Fortuño
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106-119
 
12. The use of ICTs as support in teaching activities
Grisel Barrios Rodríguez, Floristela Luna Hernández, Thelma B. Pavón-Silva
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120-128
 
13. The sense of humor in finance courses: the contributions of field research
Francisco Isidro Pereira
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129-137
 
14. Evaluation of practical experiments for teaching Science in Elementary School and assembly of an activities proposal box
Aurea do Nascimento Alves
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138-146
 
15. Pedagogical function of the evaluation rubrics in the promotion of successful learning processes in Higher Education
José Sánchez-Santamaría, Brenda Imelda Boroel Fernández
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147-158
 
16. Learning outcomes and qualifications in Higher Education
María Teresa Espinosa Martín
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159-169
 
17. Playful strategies for teaching and learning Mathematics in Higher Education
Yuliana Jiménez
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170-179
 
18. Computer Learning in Mathematics, ALEKS, an experience in Higher Education
Darwin Castillo, Luis Cuenca
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180-189
 
19. Transforming education through transformational leadership: (in)fluence in change and innovation
Amadeu Borges-Ferro
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190-202
 
20. Humanized digital education and the methodology of problematization in the education agenda 2030
Fabio Batalha Monteiro de Barros
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203-211
 
21. Experiences, theories and methods to face university-level artistic education and research. From the avant-garde reframing to the ‘transmodern’ context
Isusko Vivas Ziarrusta
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212-220
 
22. The objectives of the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) among social service teachers
Antonio Sandro Schuartz
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221-230
 
23. The survey as a teaching tool: analysis of the teacher and student’s point of view
Javier Méndez Viera, Josep M. Fernández Novell
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231-240
 
24. The new paradigm of technological didacticization: a new pedagogical dimension for the development of media communicative competence
Tamara Aller Carrera
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241-248
 
25. Views of Madrid’s urban space: the teaching of the city through video clips
Marta Gallardo, David García-Reyes
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249-259
 
26. Application of the flipped classroom methodology in the teaching of writing skills in English as a foreign language. A case study in Ecuador
Paola Cabrera-Solano, Luz Castillo-Cuesta
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260-271
 
27. Archiving Tate: TICs for sharing educational experiences in museums
Sara Torres Vega
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272-284
 
28. Management of Inclusion of People with Disabilities: Methodological course of a study on the use of ICT as a pedagogical resource
Suzy de Abreu Costa, Filipa Seabra
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285-295
 
29. Chantal Mouffe and Judith Butler: radical plural democracy and gender issues. Elements to think about an educational model that includes non-binary people
Horacio Luján Martínez
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296-303
 
30. Online automatic translators as a methodological resource in the classroom of Spanish as a Foreign Language
María Eugenia Conde Noguerol
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304-312
 
31. Design of evaluation metrics for Serious Games. A specific case in a game for the prevention of bullying
Vega López González, Ana García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso, Marta Martín del Pozo, Verónica Basilotta Gómez-Pablos, Carlos Alberto Catalina Ortega
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313-324
 
32. Creativity, Flipped Classroom and gamification
Nuria Aris, Lara Orcos
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325-334
 
33. The Role of Social Networks in Education
David Botías Rubio, Manuel Botías Pelegrín, Iris Alarcón Vera
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335-342
 
34. Happy 8-12 video game. Didactic tool: Peer conflict resolution in schools
Judit Teixiné Baradad
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343-351
 
35. Use of Twitter for improving reading comprehension skills
Verónica Espinoza-Celi, Cristina Morocho Pintado, Eva Ulehlova
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352-361
 
36. The healing power of Art Education in the humanization of Hospital Pedagogy
Javier López Sánchez, Belén Sánchez Navalón, Beatriz Peñaranda
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362-372
 
Transforming education for a changing world