Evaluación de objetos digitales de aprendizaje musical en Moodle

  • Manuel Jesús Espigares Pinazo Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, España
  • José Manuel Bautista Vallejo Universidad de Huelva, España

Resumen

Este estudio presenta la aplicación de procesos automatizados de análisis a objetos digitales de aprendizaje musical online, mediados por una plataforma telemática. A nivel teórico, se basa en la aplicación de los principios del aprendizaje virtual, la educación personalizada y la aplicación de procesos automatizados de análisis de datos educativos. En concreto, se plantea la aplicación de dichas técnicas a los test de evaluación inicial, para medir niveles de conocimientos previos en la materia. El análisis de la información se efectúa a partir de los datos recogidos en una herramienta para la elaboración de cursos online, Moodle. A partir de dichos datos se halla un modelo, denominado k-medias (k-means en lengua inglesa), que permite clasificar los diferentes niveles de conocimientos musicales. El modelo elaborado establece tres perfiles en cuanto al nivel de aprendizaje musical del alumnado: nivel alto, medio y bajo.

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20-11-2018