https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/issue/feed EDUTECH REVIEW. International Education Technologies Review 2021-01-16T08:34:18+01:00 Equipo editorial publicaciones@gkacademics.com Open Journal Systems <p><em>EDUTECH REVIEW. International Education Technologies Review</em>&nbsp;investigates the role of technology in education and reflects on the learning dynamics mediated by technology. It provides a forum for anyone interested in education, in all its stages and forms, and in its adaptation to new technologies and digital media: teachers, editors, researchers, etc.</p> <p>The journal publishes articles written in a rigorous academic format, texts by theoretical as practical orientation, with a prescriptive and descriptive approach, including the narratives of technological practices, and the effects of said practices. Articles presenting the state of the art of this specialty, as well as texts proposing methodological prescriptions, are especially welcome.</p> <p><em>EDUTECH REVIEW</em>&nbsp;is a peer-reviewed scientific journal inspired by the ethical code of developed publications by COPE (https://www.um.es/ead/red/etica.pdf). It has qualitative content review processes that guarantee the publication of works of the highest scientific quality. The arbitration system uses external evaluators to this editorial. Only original texts are accepted for publication.</p> <p>Editorial decisions are not affected by the origin of the manuscript, including the authors' nationality, ethnicity, political beliefs, race or religion. Decisions to edit or publish are not determined by government or other agency policies, that is, by policies other than those of the magazine itself.</p> https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/article/view/2424 Impact of IRM3Dv1.0 Simulator on Academic Performance and the Motivation for Learning Students of the Magnetic Resonance Course in University Institutions of Lima, 2019 2020-12-18T13:32:59+01:00 Hever Mucha muchahever@gmail.com Cecilia Luis muchahever@gmail.com <p>Although it is true there is a university subject dedicated to developing the concepts and principles of Magnetic Resonance, the very nature of the subject, based on Quantum Physics, presents quite abstract and complex concepts that rather hinder its correct acquisition and assimilation. In that sense, the incorporation of technological resources such as simulators, become an excellent option to help the student to better understand abstract concepts, through the recreation of medical images emitted by a real resonator which adds an Very important experiential ingredient to the learning experience.</p> 2020-12-11T13:20:21+01:00 Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/article/view/2579 Implementation of Learning and Knowledge Technologies with a Social Constructivist Approach 2020-12-24T08:27:25+01:00 Edson Enrique Pliego Sandoval servimedico23@gmail.com Citlalli Arce Palacios servimedico23@gmail.com Lina Martínez Quezada servimedico23@gmail.com <p>Objective: To promote the use of LKT, through digital tools, to improve the teaching-learning process. Method: Qualitative descriptive and interpretive research. The authors analysed were Area, M. (2010), Coll C. (2008,) among others. The strategies applied were observation, Google forms questionnaires and student’s digital evidence, as well as the analysis of the study programs of both bachelor’s degrees offered in School. Results: Knowledge appropriation, social skills, critical thinking, problem-solving, communicative abilities. Conclusion: The tools and instruments given by technology open a wide range of possibilities that enrich and enhance the teaching-learning process, which empowers the development of digital competences.</p> 2020-12-23T08:53:05+01:00 Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/article/view/2378 A Teaching Proposal with the Use of the Blended - Learning Mode. Flipped Learning Teaching Model In a Physics III course in the Environmental Engineering Degree 2021-01-15T14:31:36+01:00 Silvia Elena Mancini silvmancini@yahoo.com.ar <p>This paper describes an investigation carried out in a course in University Physics III of Argentina. It is developed in the research-action framework from Elliott's point of view and uses Prieto Martín's approach to introduce the Inverse Learning model. The analysis of this case study suggests an improvement in academic results and also in the language of science due to the application of the new pedagogical models. In addition, there was an improvement in control over their own learning processes, as well as more meaningful learning.</p> 2021-01-07T19:49:34+01:00 Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/article/view/2590 Harnessing Digital Resources in Education 2021-01-12T08:33:30+01:00 José Antonio Domínguez Hernández antonio.dominguez@icat.unam.mx José Santos Tolosa Sánchez tolosa@unam.mx Amairani Ixchel Reyes García amairanireyes96@gmail.com Sergio Reyes Romero sergioreyesromero@gmail.com <p>In most part of discourses concerning current education, technological and didactic innovation is discussed. Therefore, one of the topics that are currently becoming relevant is electronic books and their educational usage. So, the present has as main objective show Método clínico and Método Epidemiológico e-book’s integrator, innovative and transformer potential due to design and technological and pedagogical elaboration experiences in the university student’s context, who require reference educational resources with specific contents aimed to facilitate the construction of theoretical and practical knowledge specific to their professional field.</p> 2021-01-11T15:49:28+01:00 Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revEDUTECH/article/view/2578 Self- Regulation Learning Diagnosis through Technologies applied to University Students 2021-01-16T08:34:18+01:00 Carolina Pacheco Sosa carophst@gmail.com <p>Self-regulation requires from the concentration capacity, work speed, precision, attention control and good productivity, being difficult to identify in paramount class students. The core of the research is to recognize the self-regulation ability shown and possessed by students. To achieve our objective 93 students volunteered, with an average age of 20 years (60 female and 33 male).The instrument developed for this attention test was D2 (Brickenkamp 2009), which consist on determining the emotional control as a self-regulatory ability. The test results indicate that concentration, precision (omitting or adding details) may vary compared with the norms and gender differences.</p> 2021-01-15T14:22:51+01:00 Copyright (c)