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Aprender a aprender. Un método valioso para la educación superior


  • Freddy Womper
  • René Fernández Montt


The following work corresponds to a directed test to analyze a learning strategy that receives the great protagonism within the different theories that today are known, where the analysis discusses and displays problematic as far as the valuation of this type of learning and its applicability in superior education. The educational experience and the exigencies that the modern world to the educative system brings with himself are the main arguments that guarantee this type of learning. Nevertheless the lack of appropriate instruments of evaluation and the difficulty to generate a common strategy to everything a group of dicentes are the main critics to this strategy. The discussion still is not settled and the paradigm of "Learning to learn" is every greater time. What if can affirm with certain security it is that circumstances in which exist this method of learning it offers better results than the other well-known methods. It is in this context in which obtaining to identify clearly the circumstances that favor this strategy turns out to be most important from this analysis.
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  • Freddy Womper & René Fernández Montt, 2006. "Aprender a aprender. Un método valioso para la educación superior," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 72, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2006:72:frne1

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    1. Fernández Montt, René & Karina León Leiva, 2006. "Una aproximación empírica al problema del subempleo y la cesantía," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 69, Nobember.
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