El efecto de la experiencia previa de trabajo en grupo sobre el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes en la disciplina de contabilidad

The effect of previous experience with working in groups on students’ academic performance in the accounting discipline


DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/rcsar.359561
Palabras clave: aprendizaje cooperativo, trabajo en grupo, percepciones y experiencias previas, rendimiento académico, contabilidad


Este trabajo analiza la aplicación de técnicas de aprendizaje cooperativo en asignaturas de contabilidad para investigar si la disposición de los estudiantes a trabajar en grupo, a partir de sus percepciones sobre esta técnica de aprendizaje derivadas de experiencias previas de trabajo en grupo, están relacionadas con su rendimiento académico. Los resultados revelan que las percepciones de los estudiantes respecto a la mejora de sus habilidades por haber trabajado en grupo se relacionan positiva y significativamente con su rendimiento académico; mientras que las percepciones de los estudiantes respecto a haber aprendido de otros se relacionan negativa y significativamente con su rendimiento académico. Por lo tanto, este estudio amplía la literatura existente sobre el aprendizaje cooperativo y el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes, al considerar las actitudes de los estudiantes hacia el trabajo en grupo resultantes de sus experiencias previas.


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Martínez-Romero, M. J., Priego de la Cruz, A. M., Ferrer-García, C., & Casado-Belmonte, M. P. (2021). El efecto de la experiencia previa de trabajo en grupo sobre el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes en la disciplina de contabilidad: The effect of previous experience with working in groups on students’ academic performance in the accounting discipline. Revista de Contabilidad - Spanish Accounting Review, 24(2), 153–167. https://doi.org/10.6018/rcsar.359561