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>Journals >Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas >Year 2017, Issue 4


Travieso GY, Rangel GMÁ, García BL, de la Cruz FLF, Egaña ME, Soca GME
Proposal of activities for the problem-based teaching of General Chemistry in Basic Biomedical Sciences
Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas 2017; 16 (4)

Language: Español
References: 15
Page: 510-526
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Introduction: Several scientific investigations report that the problem-based learning of Chemistry is dynamic and effective, and that the students reject science lessons which are based on memorization learning. Objective: To assess a proposal of activities based on task-based teaching for the improvement of the teaching-learning process of General Chemistry, given to residents in specialties of the Basic Biomedical Sciences. Material and Methods: The modeling method and system conception were both used, and a group of methodological actions was also included. The proposal was also assessed by a group of 11 specialists that used the prospective method "Link among specialists or experts´ opinions". An anonymous questionnaire was also applied to the students after the application of the proposal during the teaching-learning process, and the results were assessed using the descriptive statistics. Results: It was confirmed that there is a degree of agreement on the criteria expressed by the specialists. The proposal fulfils the objectives of the subject, and provides residents´ motivation for the study after applying their knowledge in an integrated form. The questionnaire showed that the activities proposed provided approximately a 95 % of benefits in the understanding of the contents of the subject, and approximately 54 % of these contents have been put into practice during the professional fulfilment of the specialties in the Basic Biomedical Sciences. Conclusions: The proposal of activities based on task-based learning contributes to the improvement of the teaching-learning process of General Chemistry in the specialties of the Basic Biomedical Sciences.


Key words: teaching-learning process, problem solving, basic biomedical sciences.







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