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Modelling in Science Education and Learning

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  1. Utilidad de los modelos de viscoelasticidad en el aprendizaje de la ingeniería de materiales poliméricos

    Fombuena Borrás, Vicent; Boronat Vitoria, Teodomiro; Sánchez Nacher, Lourdes; García Sanoguera, David; Balart Gimeno, Rafael Antonio
    [EN] The present article makes a brief description about the simplest mathematical models of viscoelasticity:Maxwell Model and Kelvin-Voigt Model. However, these basic models have a number of limitations becauseit has considerable di erences from reality. Thus, the Burgers model is studied due to is an appropriatemodel to study the viscoelasticity in polymers. By solving a practical case, the usefulness for studentsof mathematical models related with process such as creep or relaxation and their understanding andprediction of the mechanical behaviour has been revealed

  2. Una experiencia con Entornos Virtuales de Aprendizaje en Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria

    Orquín Serrano, Ismael; Aguado Sahagún, Henar
    [EN] In this work an experience using Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) in a secondary education schoolis described for third and fourth courses of secondary compulsory education, thus substituting standardbooks in class. The aim of this paper is showing the results of our study about the e ects of the use ofthis new tool through the analysis of the survey lled in by the students. Several features of the sampleof students are given to better understand the conclusions arising from the poll. Lastly, advantages anddisadvantages arising from the use of VLE in secondary education classrooms are analyzed in light of theresults...

  3. Proyecto Quick Natura. Tecnologías móviles aplicadas a rutas botánicas urbanas

    Ripoll, Sergio; Mayoral, Olga; Azkárraga, Jose Maria
    [EN] The Quick Natura project aims to approach people of the city of Valencia to the green areas around them,in a fast and pleasant way. The initiative is based on the use of new technologies to connect the physicalwith the virtual world by placing QR codes (Quick Response code) on di erent plant species, located mainlyin gardens and parks to display information about each labelled species. Any user can scan the QR codelocated in labelled plants by using a smartphone or other mobile devices, enabling almost immediate accessto an information layer displayed in an enjoyable way, without using very technical...

  4. Modelo experimental para estimar la viscosidad de fluidos no newtonianos: ajuste a expresiones matemáticas convencionales.

    Masoliver i Marcos, Guillem; Pérez-Sánchez, Modesto; López Jiménez, Petra Amparo
    [EN] The construction process of a viscometer, developed in collaboration with a nal project student, is he-re presented. It is intended to be used by rst year's students to know the viscosity as a uid property,for both Newtonian and non-Newtonian ows. Viscosity determination is crucial for the uids behaviorknowledge related to their reologic and physical properties. These have great implications in engineeringaspects such as friction or lubrication. With the present experimental model device three di erent uidsare analyzed (water, k etchup and a mixture with cornstarch and water). Tangential stress is measuredversus velocity in order to characterize all the uids...

  5. Modelado y análisis de datos procedentes de sistemas de imagen para diagnóstico médico mediante Mathematica

    Ortigosa, Nuria; Cerdá Boluda, Joaquín
    [EN] Modelling in Science Education and Learning Science Education and LearningModelling in Science Education and LearningVolume 10 (1), 2017doi: 10.4995/msel.2017.6662.Instituto Universitario de Matem atica Pura y AplicadaUniversitat Polit ecnica de Val enciaModelado y an alisis de datos procedentes desistemas de imagen para diagn ostico m edicomediante MathematicaModelling and analysis of data from imagingsystems for medical diagnosis usingMathematicaNuria Ortigosa, Joaqu n Cerd a BoludaUniversitat Polit ecnica de Val, joacerbo@eln.upv.esAbstractLos sistemas de imagen para diagn ostico m edico son una de las tecnolog as que han despertado graninter es en los ultimos a~nos. Precisamente por presentar un marcado car acter multidisciplinar,...

  6. Matemáticas Dialógicas. ‘Yo soy de mates’

    Díez-Palomar, Javier
    [EN] In this article I introduce the dialogic mathematics approach, drawing on three successful educationalactions (SEAs): interactive groups, family involvement in mathematics, and dialogic mathematics gathe-rings. The main aim is to illustrate through these examples how SEAs, which previous studies have provedthat contribute to improve mathematics learning, work. I conclude that looking at interactions may openthe oor to better understand how we learn mathematics, while the creation of dialogic spaces based onsuch contributions may also be an opportunity to improve students' mathematics achievement.

  7. Los videojuegos como objeto de investigación incipiente en Educación Matemática

    Albarracín, Lluís; Hernández-Sabaté, Aura; Gorgorió, Núria
    [EN] This article presents a review of research made in the eld of mathematics education onthe use of video games in the classroom. These investigations have focused on four areas:impact in academic performance focused on mathematical contents, speci c mathematicalcontents learning, videogame design elements for mathematical learning and relation bet-ween videogames and problem solving. Finally, we propose two research new approachesthat have not been explored so far, like the use of commercial videogames for mathema-tical activities or the use of simulation games as environment to promote mathematicalmodeling

  8. La opinión de los estudiantes sobre metodologías docentes

    Carbó, S.; Meseguer, S.; Juan, P.
    [EN] We conducted an investigation into certain methodologies described by Finkel in his book((Teaching withyour mouth shut)). This research consists of an assessment carried out by students from I.E.S. Bovalarin Castell on through a survey. The research aims to prove whether there is a relationship between thosemethodologies that students consider more participatory, and those which they would like their teachers touse, in other words, if students prefer to use teaching methods which get them more involved, and wherethey are the center of the teaching-learning process. Following a stadistical analysis using SPSS, we canconclude that there is a direct relationship between...

  9. La enseñanza problematizada de la física cuántica en el bachillerato y en los cursos introductorios de física

    Savall Alemany, Francisco; Domènech Blanco, Josep Lluís; Martínez Torregrosa, Joaquín; Rey Cubero, Alexandra; Rosa Cintas, Sergio
    [EN] The e ectiveness of the problem based teaching on the science learning has been highlighted by the didacticresearch. This teaching model is characterized by organizing the units around problems and by proposinga research plan to nd a solution which requires concepts and models to be introduced in a functional way,as possible solutions to the problem. In this article we present a problem based unit for teaching quantumphysics in introductory physics courses and we analyze in detail the teaching strategy that we follow tobuild a model to explain the emission and absorption of radiation

  10. Introduciendo la dinámica de fluidos computacional en el análisis de flujos en medio poroso

    Salcedo, Ramón; Bayón Barrachina, Arnau; Chueca, Patricia
    [EN] This paper presents an introduction about how to model a ow through a porous medium with Computatio-nal Fluid Dynamics (CFD). To this end, a case study is proposed by simulating an air current produced bythe fan of an air assisted sprayer through a porous medium (vegetation). The work is aimed at adjustingthe porosity resistance to the air ow using experimental data. The adjustment assesses three scenarios:one, considering only equal inertial losses between di erent porous bodies, two, considering both inertiallosses and viscous losses and, three, considering only di erent inertial losses between di erent porousbodies. Finally, velocities obtained in each...

  11. Hacia la concreción de un modelo de perfil profesional básico del profesorado de Ciencias, Tecnología y Matemáticas (CTEM)

    Quílez, Juan; Segura, Carlos; Cardeñosa, Manuel; Thibaut, Elena; Olmo, Julio; Crespo, Rafael; Azkárraga, José María
    [EN] In this work it is both discussed and provided a framework of speci c competences that may serve asa guide for setting up an ongoing process in the professional development of Science, Technology andMathematics (STEM) teachers. The fundamentals of the TPACK model serve to base the theoreticalbackground of this scheme, to which we have incorporated an additional feature which means to considerthe linguistic (L) dimension, thus transforming it into the TPACLK model. The di erent detailed profes-sional STEM capacities have been classi ed into six main sections. The two rst points discussed establishthe STEM disciplinary and didactic capacities; the...

  12. Hacer ciencia para comunicar ciencia desde 1º de ESO: aprender a pensar, leer, realizar, hablar y escribir ciencia

    Menoyo Díaz, María del Pilar
    [EN] This article presents the project \Doing science in order to communicate about science from 1st courseof ESO : learning to think, to read, to make to communicate and to write science", awarded with \Ethicsand Science for schools" second price in 2015 by the Foundation Victor Gr fols i Lucas. The project's aimis twofold: the rst one is that students gradually achieve during the whole ESO's itinerary a high-qualityscienti c alphabetization from all the areas and thus acquiring scienti c and linguistic competencies thatqualify them to ask themselves questions that can be answered through by research. Its second goal is...

  13. El uso de contraseñas para introducir los conceptos de conjunto generador y espacio generado

    Cárcamo, Andrea
    [EN] The aim of this paper is to present a proposal for teaching linear algebra based on heuristicof emergent models and mathematical modelling. This proposal begins with a problematicsituation related to the creation and use of secure passwords, which leads rst-year stu-dents of engineering toward the construction of the concepts of spanning set and span.The proposal is designed from the results of the two cycles of experimentation teaching,design-based research, which give evidence that allows students to progress from a situa-tion in a real context to the concepts of linear algebra. This proposal, previously adapted,could have similar results when applied to...

  14. El Museo Escolar de Ciencia y la Tecnología como proyecto de Aprendizaje-Servicio

    Pastor Pérez, José Tomás
    [EN] The Scienti c and Technological department of the Adult School Merc e Rodoreda, to improve the qualityof the formative service o ered, has developed a model of a teaching-learning process: the Science andTechnology Museum. This model includes a ServiceLearning orientation that extends the bene ts of thisproposal beyond the limits of the classroom. For the course 2016/17 it have been designed new activitiesthat improve this orientation. The designed model uses the Project Based Learning as its main methodand the \Internal Practices" as its organizational model. This model of teaching-learning process hasallowed the Scienti c and Technological Department to be...

  15. El difícil camino de la mujer en la ciencia

    Val Castillo, Otilia
    [EN] When we think in scientists, we remember scienti c men. What about scienti c women? In ancient timeswomen had been considered by men for homework, without right to study at the university. In the beginningHypatia from Alejandria was a pioneer scienti c woman but she was assassinated for not become Christianin 416. From then sex discrimination went on by ages.

  16. Despertando la curiosidad por las ciencias y la tecnología

    García-Rubio, E.; Rius, A.
    [EN] As the demand for professionals in the science, technology, engeniering and mathematic sector increases,in this article we will expose the pupils' participation in competitions as a way to make science andtechnology more attractive to them at the same time we develop key competences that must be developedin Secondary Education by law.

  17. Cohetes de agua. La parte divertida de las Leyes de Newton

    Roca Vicent, Manuel; Gumbau Gil, María Ángeles; Sanchis Campreciós, Irene
    [EN] he study of the movement of the rocket has been used for decades to encourage students in the study ofphysics. This system has an undeniable interest to introduce concepts such as properties of gases, laws ofNewton, exchange between di erent types of energy and its conservation or uid mechanics. Our workshas been to build and launch these rockets in di erent educational levels and in each of these ones haveintroduced the part of Physics more suited to the knowledge of our students. The aim of the learningexperience is to launch the rocket as far as possible and learn to...

  18. Bases metodológicas para el uso de la modelización en la enseñanza y comprensión de la dinámica litoral

    Mayoral García-Berlanga, Olga; Talavera Ortega, Marta
    [EN] This paper proposes the use of modelling to improve the understanding of certain coastal environmentalproblems. In particular the methodological basis that was used to build a consensus teaching model, in-cluding environmental and human factors that determine the dynamics of coastal sediments, is included.The development of the consensus model had the collaboration of experts in coastal sedimentology andecosystems as well as teachers of di erent educational levels (from Primary to University), which helpedselect the ages to which the modelling could be applied, helping also in developing the graphical model thatwould be the base for a future educational intervention

  19. Atando cabos entre contexto, competencias y modelización ¿Es posible enseñar ciencias a todas las personas?

    Izquierdo Aymerich, Mercè
    [EN] The recommendation to teach science in context, through Models, to acquire competences, applies toall teaching without di erentiating between the basic and the non-compulsory levels. But the purpose oflearning science in the stage of compulsory education (for what and why teach) is very di erent from thatof the non-compulsory stage, when science students have chosen this subject among others. Therefore, toteach science to all, the curriculum of the basic cycle must be designed with more freedom, so that theschool sciences provide resources to understand the functioning of the world in which we live, to be ableto speak of it...

  20. Aprendizaje activo de los contenidos en la educación secundaria obligatoria

    Bellido Ramos, Alejandro; Grancha Gamón, Francesc
    [EN] The aim of this work is to shown our experience in 3rd ESO, where using collaborative work techniquesand a wide variety of learning and avaluating strategies, we have get not only that the students learn theknowledge in a deductive manner but also that they help each other to reach them.

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