Propuesta de representación de prácticas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ingeniería de software usando una extensión del núcleo de Semat

  • María Clara Gómez Álvarez Universidad de Medellín
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4355-2978
  • Ruben Dario Sanchez-Dams Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • Alvaro Alexander Barón Salazar Universidad de Nariño
Palabras clave: Nucleo de semat; práctica; enseñanza-aprendizaje de ingeniería de software.

Resumen

La ingeniería de software es una disciplina orientada a la definición de métodos, técnicas y herramientas para el desarrollo eficiente de productos de software. La demanda creciente de estos productos genera la necesidad de contar con una gran cantidad de ingenieros de software con las competencias técnicas y sociales requeridas por la industria. Esta situación es un desafio para las instituciones de educación superior en relación con el proceso de enseñanza de los futuros profesionales de esta disciplina. En este sentido, estas instituciones están explorando estrategias activas de enseñanza para promover en los estudiantes las competencias necesarias. Sin embargo, una propuesta integradora de estos enfoques de enseñanza no ha sido desarrollada hasta ahora. En este artículo los autores describen una propuesta para representar prácticas de enseñanza-aprendizaje de ingeniería de software, orientada a identificar los principales conceptos incluidos en cualquier tipo de práctica. Esta propuesta esta basada en el núcleo de Semat, del estandar Essence, como marco de trabajo universal para la representación de prácticas de ingeniería de software, definiendo una extensión de dicho núcleo. Finalmente, presentamos un ejemplo de representación de una práctica de enseñanza-aprendizaje de ingeniería de software usando la extensión del núcleo de Semat propuesta.

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  • Biografía del autor

    María Clara Gómez Álvarez, Universidad de Medellín

    María Clara Gómez ÁlvarezDocente de Tiempo CompletoPrograma de Ingeniería de SistemasCarrera 87 No. 30 - 65 - Bloque 4, Oficina 108Teléfono: (574) 340 57 44Universidad de Medellínwww.udem.edu.co 
    Ruben Dario Sanchez-Dams, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

    Rubén Sánchez-Dams

    Grupo de Investigación Lenguajes Computacionales

    Universidad Nacional de Colombia

    Medellín, Colombia

    rubendams@gmail.com

    Alvaro Alexander Barón Salazar, Universidad de Nariño

    Alexander Barón-Salazar

    Grupo de Investigación Galeras .Net

    Universidad de Nariño

    San Juan de Pasto, Colombia

    abaron_98@udenar.edu.co

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Publicado
2018-07-04
Cómo citar
Gómez Álvarez, M., Sanchez-Dams, R., & Barón Salazar, A. (2018, julio 4). Propuesta de representación de prácticas de enseñanza y aprendizaje de ingeniería de software usando una extensión del núcleo de Semat. REVISTA INGENIERíAS UNIVERSIDAD DE MEDELLíN, 17(32), 129-154. https://doi.org/10.22395/rium.v17n32a7
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