Análisis de contenido de trabajos de investigación sobre aprendizaje invertido


Palabras clave: aprendizaje invertido, aula invertida, análisis de contenido,



El propósito de este estudio es describir el estado actual de la publicación de investigaciones y las tendencias en el aprendizaje invertido, que se encuentran en "Web of Science" durante el período 2014-2018. Hay 262 artículos investigados, publicados e indexados en "Web of Science" con la palabra clave: "aprendizaje invertido" y "aula invertida". Los resultados del estudio se analizan según la revista de publicación según estos criterios: autor, países, agencias de financiación, tipos de documentos, idiomas, organización, años de publicación y título de la fuente. El aprendizaje invertido cambia la clase tradicional dando la vuelta al aula en el sentido de escuchar las videoconferencias en casa y realizar actividades dinámicas en grupo en el aula. Esto involucra a los estudiantes en el aprendizaje activo, el pensamiento crítico y mejora las habilidades interpersonales.Se recomienda a los autores explorar la posibilidad de utilizar este método, experimentar y publicar los hallazgos que permitan crear mejores prácticas y un marco unificado para instructores líderes que deseen adoptar esta metodología de enseñanza.

Palabras clave: aprendizaje invertido, aula invertida, análisis de contenido,



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Biografía del autor/a

Blerta Prevalle Ethemi, AAB College

AAB College, Department of Computer Science, Intustrial Zone Area 10000, Prishitna, Republic of Kosovo


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Cómo citar
Uzunboylu, H., Prevalle Ethemi, B. ., & Hamidi, M. (2021). Análisis de contenido de trabajos de investigación sobre aprendizaje invertido. Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED), 21(66).