Virtual ova learning objects as mediating elements in the teaching - learning process of differential calculus using blended learning in the u of m

  • Tamayo Acevedo, Ana Celi (PI)
  • Bedoya Beltrán, Jorge Alberto (CoI)
  • NOGUERA ROJO, JAQUELINE (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))
  • VALLEJO BRAVO, JUAN ANDRÉS (Research Assistant (Master's Student))
  • RESTREPO CASTAÑO, LILIAN JULIET (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))
  • ARISTIZÁBAL GIRALDO, WILLIAM LEANDRO (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))

Project Details


The new technologies of information and communication (nict) in the last decade, have played a fundamental role in the processes


Validate qualitatively and quantitatively virtual learning objects (ova), developed and designed for the mediation of the teaching-learning process of differential calculus using the theory of blended learning (bimodal learning)

Expected results

Implementation of the blended learning theory as an effective medium for the teaching of the differential calculus subject taught in 13 undergraduate programs of udem
Effective start/end date16/01/0921/10/13


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