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Los mapas conceptuales como instrumento de evaluación continua en la asignatura Química Orgánica de Primer Curso de Ingeniería

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León Albert, G.; Angosto, J.; Miguel, B.; Fernández-López, J. (2020). Los mapas conceptuales como instrumento de evaluación continua en la asignatura Química Orgánica de Primer Curso de Ingeniería. Modelling in Science Education and Learning. 13(1):45-52. https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2020.12404

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Title: Los mapas conceptuales como instrumento de evaluación continua en la asignatura Química Orgánica de Primer Curso de Ingeniería
Secondary Title: Conceptual maps as an instrument of continuous evaluation in the Organic Chemistry course of the First Year of Engineering
Author: León Albert, Gerardo Angosto, J.M. Miguel, B. Fernández-López, J.A.
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[ES] El aprendizaje de un contenido científico requiere tanto el conocimiento de los diferentes conceptos que éste incluye como la adecuada relación entre los mismos. Se hace pues necesaria la búsqueda de metodologías ...[+]


[EN] The learning of a scientific content requires both the knowledge of the different concepts it includes and the proper relationship between them. It is therefore necessary to search for didactic methodologies that ...[+]
Subjects: Concept maps , Continuous assessment , Organic chemistry , Constructivism , Mapas de conceptos , Evaluación continua , Química orgánica , Constructivismo
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial (by-nc)
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Modelling in Science Education and Learning. (eissn: 1988-3145 )
DOI: 10.4995/msel.2020.12404
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2020.12404
Type: Artículo

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