TITLE

APRENDIZAJE SIGNIFICATIVO PARA EL ESTUDIO Y EVALUACION DE LA CATEDRA DE HISTOLOGIA EN TECNOLOGIA MEDICA

AUTHOR(S)
Araya, Juan Carlos
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Revista Chilena de Tecnología Médica;2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p1460
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Between the present expositions and questions that are becoming the Superior Education from the Declaration of Bologna, is the one of the form that the students acquire the learning and the fact that has been shown all they do not do it of a coordinated way according to which Educational or the Plans or Training programs propose, which simply generates significant inequalities in the acquisition of these or the evaluation forms, ancestrally applied with an almost sacramental rigor, they do not allow to indeed measure in its measured joust the skills, abilities, knowledge or competitions acquired by each one of the students. In this context, the proposal of the application of different forms from evaluation within the Chair of Histology in the career of Medical Technology, would allow to obtain the last aim of the Education, that is the one to manage to learn and to apprehend that it is really significant for the students, since in their elaboration these would be involved directly, making and constructing their own learning.
ACCESSION #
36852784

 

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