Aplicación del Aprendizaje Preferencial Complementario ajustada a la disponibilidad de estilos de la clase

Díaz-Roca, M.; Gil-Cordeiro, F.J.
VII International Conference on Engineering and Computer Education (ICECE). ISBN: 978-84-615-3324-4
Septiembre, 2011

This paper describes the application of an educative methodology based on a learning-style model, the Preferential Complementary Learning (PCL), in ad hoc teams consisting of students from two subjects of Programming of the School of Computer Engineering. The outcomes were excellent in the achievement of competencies and, by comparison, similar to those obtained during two previous academic years, each of them with a team of seven members selected from different styles of PCL, which is considered ideal due to the complementary styles. Team building from a large group involved changes in the distribution of styles in relation to previous experiences. Consequently, the need to measure the effect of the diversity factor in the overall results was arisen. Besides, it was concluded that the diversity of styles in teams positively correlates with these results. This work is an Educational Innovation Project approved by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

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