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Guía para el Diseño de Problemas para ABP


Guía para el Diseño de Problemas para ABP

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Guía para el diseño de Problemas en la método Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas (ABP).Contiene 13 temas clave para el diseño de un problema:1. ¿Qué es el ABP? 2.¿ Qué es estudio de casos? 3. ¿Cuándo utilizar el ABP? 4. ¿Características del ABP 5. Objetivos en el uso del ABP 6. Características de los problemas. 7. Elementos de un problema. 8. ¡Cómo se plantea un problema? 9. Tipos de problemas. 10. Pasos para resolver los problemas por parte de los alumnos. 11. Limitaciones. 12. Evaluación... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: May 22, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 22, 2013
Keywords: estudio de casos, ABP, aprendizaje basado en problemas


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Language: Spanish
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