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El aprendizaje en ciencias sociales mediante el uso de casos audiovisuales. Un instrumento de aprendizaje, motivación y mejora de la comprensión conceptual

DIM: Didáctica, Innovación y Multimedia; Núm.: 11
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ABSTRACT El Grupo de innovación en Organización de Empresas tiene la voluntad de mejorar el aprendizaje y el entendimiento de los conceptos de empresa, en los estudiantes de la Facultad que carecen de experiencias en el ámbito profesional ni empresarial. Conceptos como poder, autoridad jerarquía, motivación, satisfacción laboral, comunicación, conflictos,... son frecuentemente comprendidos parcial o superficialmente. No bastan sólo las clases magistrales para comprenderlos. El objetivo de esta artículo es el de presentar la experiencia de los “casos audiovisuales”, aplicados en la enseñanza de asignaturas en el ámbito de las ciencias sociales. Su intención es mejorar tres objetivos formativos: aprender a resolver problemas reales de gestión; aprender a independizar al alumno en el aprendizaje; e intercambiar ideas y colaborar con los demás estudiantes. La metodología del caso visual parece ser adecuada para que el alumno aprenda a incorporar conocimientos por sí mismo y “aprenda a aprender”, como se pone de manifiesto en el apartado de resultados.

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