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Title: Learning profiles and collaborative work in 3D-simulation environment
Alternative Titles: Perfiles de aprendizaje y trabajo colaborativo en entornos de simulación en 3D
Authors: Vaca-Barahona, Byron Ernesto
Cela-Ranilla, Jose
Gallardo Echenique, Eliana Esther
Keywords: Aprendizaje colaborativo
Aprendizaje interactivo
Simulación por computadora
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2016
Date available: 7-Jul-2020
Creation date: 2016
Bibliographic citation: Vaca, B., Cela, J., Gallardo, E. (2016). Learning profiles and collaborative work in 3D-simulation environment. Ried-Revista Iberoamericana de Educación a Distancia, 19(2), 193-215. https://doi. 10.5944/ried.19.2.15438
DOI: 10.5944/ried.19.2.15438
Abstract: 3D simulation environments with pedagogical mediation encourage communication and interaction of students of the training activity in the corresponding sequence by promoting their learning. Two types of communication are generated: interaction between participant and object 3D, and interaction between participants, which in practice has demonstrated to be more prolific and spontaneous. There is evidence that the behavior and performance of the Strong-Willed and Bridge profiles are different. The Strong-Willed profile is a learner who is organized, assumes and distributes responsibilities, makes decisions, collaborates, leads the group work, and is persistent and consistent. The Bridge profile is a learner who is communicative, expressive and motivates the group members; relies on the knowledge of the group members to learn and develop his/her activities, and lacks continuity during group work.
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metadata.dc.format.extent: p. 193-215
Access: Acceso abierto
Source: Universidad Continental
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