INTERDISCIPLINARIEDAD EN EL APRENDIZAJE DEL SISTEMA DE ENSEÑANZA MODULAR POR OBJETOS DE TRANSFORMACIÓN EN LA UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA

Patricia Carmina Inzunza Mejía

Resumen


El objetivo de este artículo es analizar y comprender los desafíos que teórica, empírica y conceptualmente implica desarrollar y aplicar la metodología de la investigación en el aprendizaje de una o varias disciplinas. Es una investigación con enfoque cualitativo bajo el método inductivo de investigación-acción-participativa. La población participante es de alumnos que cursan el Sistema Modular por Objetos de Transformación (SEMOT) de la Facultad de Ciencias Economías, Administrativas y Tecnológicas de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa en México. Las técnicas de análisis e interpretación de datos fueron la observación participante, el cuestionario y la entrevista semiestructurada. Los hallazgos revelan que la debilidad en el aprendizaje y conocimiento de asignaturas nodales, como metodología de la investigación, comprensión de textos científicos y resolución de problemas, representa una de las principales limitaciones y dificultades para desarrollar contenidos teóricos interdisciplinares y modelos teóricos metodológicos, restringiendo el buen desarrollo del SEMOT.

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Interdisiplinariedad, Sistema Modular, Objeto de Transformación, Transferencia del conocimiento, Vida Colegiada

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