¿Merece la pena considerar los videojuegos en la enseñanza de contabilidad? Comparación de una simulación y un videojuego respecto a atributos, motivación y resultados de aprendizaje

Is it worth it to consider videogames in accounting education? A comparison of a simulation and a videogame in attributes, motivation and learning outcomes

  • Jordi Carenys EADA Business School, c/ Aragó 204, 08011 Barcelona, Spain
  • Soledad Moya ESADE Business School, Avenida de la Torre Blanca, 59, 08172 Barcelona, Spain
  • Jordi Perramon Barcelona School of Management – Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Balmes, 132, 08008 Barcelona, Spain https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5002-2505
Palabras clave: Aprendizaje de los estudiantes, Motivación de los estudiantes, Resultados de aprendizaje, Aprendizaje y enseñanza, Másteres

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio es evaluar la eficacia de los videojuegos en comparación con las simulaciones en un ambiente de educación superior por lo que respecta a sus atributos, motivación y resultados de aprendizaje como 3 de las principales dimensiones que desempeñan un papel clave en la eficacia del aprendizaje basado en juegos digitales. Los resultados revelan diferencias significativas entre los atributos y las dimensiones de la motivación, si bien no se encontraron diferencias para los resultados de aprendizaje. Esto implicaría que, aunque ambas herramientas instructivas dirigen a los estudiantes al nivel deseado de adquisición de conocimientos, la motivación generada junto con las características que facilitan los juegos se complementan entre sí, lo que permite una experiencia de aprendizaje superior. Estos resultados respaldan la inclusión de los videojuegos como un complemento a las simulaciones en estudios superiores de contabilidad y entornos empresariales y permiten que se proponga un enfoque mixto que provee al aprendiz con «lo mejor de ambos mundos».

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01-07-2017
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Carenys, J., Moya, S., & Perramon, J. (2017). ¿Merece la pena considerar los videojuegos en la enseñanza de contabilidad? Comparación de una simulación y un videojuego respecto a atributos, motivación y resultados de aprendizaje. Revista De Contabilidad - Spanish Accounting Review, 20(2), 118-130. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rcsar.2016.07.003
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