AULA INVERTIDA PARA FORTALECER LA COMPETENCIA INTERCULTURAL DE ESTUDIANTES DE INGLÉS
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flipped classroom
EFL
content learning
constructivism
interculturality competence aula invertida
aprendizaje
constructivismo
interculturalidad
educación
lengua extranjera

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Soto-Molina, J. E., & Méndez-Rivera, P. (2021). AULA INVERTIDA PARA FORTALECER LA COMPETENCIA INTERCULTURAL DE ESTUDIANTES DE INGLÉS. Panorama, 15(29). https://doi.org/10.15765/pnrm.v15i29.1706

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Este artículo presenta los resultados de un curso experimental de inglés con enfoque intercultural utilizando la metodología del aula invertida. Las unidades temáticas se desarrollaron con las 5 E de un modelo instruccional basado en el enfoque constructivista del aprendizaje. Este estudio cualitativo recogió datos de 20 estudiantes de la Universidad del Atlántico. Se analizaron los cuestionarios de dos rondas de encuestas que midieron las respuestas de los estudiantes en relación al aprendizaje del contenido, la metodología de la clase y la autonomía. Los resultados de la segunda encuesta nos permiten colegir las siguientes conclusiones: (i). Satisfacción con el uso de la estrategia del aula invertida en relación con el manejo del tiempo y libertad para preparar clases. (ii). Las actividades prácticas favorecen el trabajo colaborativo. (iii). La sutil presencia de los profesores brinda mayores oportunidades a los estudiantes para negociar el control y la participación. (iv) Aunque es posible aprender autónomamente, el apoyo del docente es importante para incrementar el aprendizaje. Estos resultados se discuten en el marco del componente didáctico de la enseñanza y sus implicaciones para esta universidad pública. 

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