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Learning processes analysis at different educational levels

Ana María Lara Porras
Facultad de Ciencias
Universidad de Granada
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Yolanda Román Montoya
Facultad de Ciencias
Universidad de Granada
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  • Abstract
    In this paper, different ways to approach the teaching/learning of Statistics are proposed in two different educational levels: Secondary and University Education. The technique used is the Problem Based Learning (PBL). High school students have derived theoretical theory from the analysis of a set of literary texts and ciphertexts. College students have analyzed a set of data that has been collected by themselves. The analysis of the data and the conclusions the students get, have allowed students to compose their own theoretical concepts and acquire the skills necessary to develop a statistical analysis. Students observe and learn that statistics is everywhere.
  • Keywords: B-learning, Web 2.0, ABP.
  • AMS Subject classifications: 97D40, 97D60, 97D70.
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