2016, Number 3
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: The ends of the XX century and beginnings of the XIX one have been marked by the vertiginous development of the technologies. This phenomenon impacts in the formative process of the students of the careers of Medical Sciences. The teaching of the human Morphology to the students of the career of Infirmary of 9no grade, precise of the use of the virtual environments of teaching learning (Virtual Environments of Teaching Learning) for the development of the motivation in the students and this way to favor their learning.
Objective: To determine the importance of the use of virtual environments of teaching learning in the development of abilities in the subject human morphology.
Methods: descriptive investigation of longitudinal court, carried out in the Ability of Medical Sciences October 10, Havana, Cuba, during the school course 2014-2015. The sample was intentional, constituted by the 45 students of second year of the career of Infirmary that receive the subject human Morphology; methods of documental analysis and model were used.
Results: 60 % of the students responded the evaluations, 100% participated in the educational consultations.
Conclusions: The use of the virtual environments of teaching learning facilitates the development of abilities in the students of Infirmary in the subject human Morphology. A cooperation atmosphere was achieved among the students, when using educational resources that motivate the students for the learning, favorable results they are obtained in the learning of the students. A thought interdisciplinary is achieved that facilitates them to solve professional problems that are presented in their professional performance.
Quintana Pérez Q, Pérez Cardoso JJ, Capote Martínez R, Solenzal Fernández G, Loynaz Perdomo S. Elaboration of Interactive Self-Evaluation Exercises with the Software HotPotatoes for the Subjects Human Morphology and Physiology I and II. Rev Ciencias Médicas [Internet]. 2014 Oct [citado 8 Sep 2016];18(5):893-905. Disponible en: http://scielo.sld.cu/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1561- 31942014000500017&lng=es.