El Uso de Grabaciones por Video como Recurso de Evaluación de Conocimientos de Aprendizajes

Translated title of the contribution: The Use of Video Recordings as a Learning Knowledge Assessment Resource

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Abstract

This paper presents a methodological proposal of formative evaluation, which adapts to the need to learn to program through the motivation to teach, during the making of a video recording. The computer tools available on the web, the work of realizing a digital composition of self-etching, a step-by-step explanation like sequences of instructions that makes the student of a chosen exercise, to develop the solution of a problem and with the use of an environment of programming, can achieve positive learning consolidation effects. In this process of acquiring the basic knowledge in the use of a programming language, it is based on the significant experience of the student when performing an activity of own recording - explanation. With this, it allows to achieve a mastery of the chosen subject and therefore remains a digital product that allows others to learn. There is evidence of improvement in skills and promotes cross skills with a high degree of satisfaction on the part of students in the development of the video.
Translated title of the contributionThe Use of Video Recordings as a Learning Knowledge Assessment Resource
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
StatePublished - 11 Jun 2018
EventIV Congreso Internacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación para la Sociedad (CITIS 2017) - EC
Duration: 29 Nov 20171 Dec 2017
https://citis.blog.ups.edu.ec/historia-del-congreso/congreso-citis-2017

Conference

ConferenceIV Congreso Internacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación para la Sociedad (CITIS 2017)
Period29/11/171/12/17
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Keywords

  • Didactics in education
  • Educational innovation
  • Evaluative resources
  • Learn to teach

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 111A Education

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