SCAFFOLDING SYSTEM FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

  • Jorge Gómez Gómez UNIVERSIDAD DE CORDOBA. MONTERÍA - CÓRDOBA, COLOMBIA
  • Helman Hernández Riaño Universidad de Córdoba -Departamento de Ingeniería Industrial
  • Velssy Hernández Riaño
Keywords: Context awareness, learning scaffolding, ubiquitous computing, problem solving, active learning, engineering teaching, mobile learning, context modeling, ontologies, semantic web.

Abstract

The demands of today's world have induced necessary changes in education curricula, teaching methods, modernization of learning scenarios, pedagogies, didactics, among others. Students now require learning scenarios where they can interact with knowledge directly; turning them into active agents within their training process, capable of solving problems. The main purpose of this research is to evaluate a system of contextual awareness as learning scaffolding in problem solving activities in first semester students of systems engineering, in order to analyze the effect on academic performance and students’ participation in solving problems. Results show that students who had access to the context awareness system as scaffolding for learning had better scores.

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Published
2020-07-14
How to Cite
Gómez Gómez, J., Hernández Riaño, H., & Hernández Riaño, V. (2020). SCAFFOLDING SYSTEM FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION. Revista Ingenierías Universidad De Medellín, 20(38). Retrieved from https://revistas.udem.edu.co/index.php/ingenierias/article/view/2973

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