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PILOT EXPERIENCE ON STUDENTS´ PREFERENCES REGARDING DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES. Luis María López-Ochoa (*) Luis María López-González César García-Lozano Jesús Las-Heras-Casas [email protected] index. Background Purpose of the study Description of the study

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Pilot experience on students preferences regarding different teaching methodologies

PILOT EXPERIENCE ON STUDENTS´ PREFERENCES REGARDING DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES

Luis María López-Ochoa (*)

Luis María López-González

César García-Lozano

Jesús Las-Heras-Casas

[email protected]


Index
index DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES

  • Background

  • Purpose of thestudy

  • Description of thestudy

  • Conclusion


Background i
Background DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES (I)


Background ii
Background DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES (& ii)


Purpose of the study i
Purpose DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (i)

Quality of Service


Purpose of the study ii
Purpose DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (Ii)

Subjective Quality


Purpose of the study iii
Purpose DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (IIi)

Dimensions of Quality of Service


Purpose of the study iv
Purpose DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy(& Iv)


Description of the study i
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (I)

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our research focuses on the preferences students

To evaluate their motivation and predisposition to participate in the teaching-learning process.


Description of the study ii
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (Ii)


Description of the study iii
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (iIi)

Positivist focus:

A descriptive study

  • Naturalist approach:

  • An experimental study

  • naturalist methodology

  • students’ dedication

  • different teaching-learning paces

  • complaints, opinions, and requests


Description of the study iv
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (Iv)


Description of the study v
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (V)

Positivist approach: A descriptive study

  • Vocation: One out of two

  • Motivation (EHEA): One out of ten

  • Dedication: Low level

  • Methodologies: Traditional preferences

  • Naturalist approach:

  • An experimental study

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  • naturalist methodology

  • students’ dedication

  • different teaching-learning paces

  • complaints, opinions, and requests


Description of the study vi
Description DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES of thestudy (& Vi)

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Conclusions
CONCLUSIONS DIFFERENT TEACHING METHODOLOGIES

The average student pertains to the apathetic profile

at the last minute this profile often changes to a competitive profile

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  • Committed student


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