Customization of self-regulation in the use of ICT for the learning process with continuous improvement: Catholic University of Temuco, Chile

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Autor:
Levano, Marcos A. - IEEE
URI:
http://repositoriodigital.uct.cl/handle/10925/4296
Datos de publicación:
2020 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION, INTELLIGENCE, SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS (IISA 2020),Vol.,36-42,2020
Temas:
Customization - ICT - self-learning - competencies - continuous improvement - convergence model
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Resumen:
The customization of students' self-regulation regarding the use of information and communication technologies (ICT), is generally aimed as a process of dynamic transitions in their formative or non-formative process. The self-regulation process occurs in a context structured by the convergence theory (ICT and life environment). The objective of this work provides a framework for continuous improvement between the interrelation of activation of the use or adoption of ICT by students in a context of competencies. It was performed with a sample of students. An experimental random sampling design was used. The results demonstrate the manner of application of ICT used by the student in their self-learning. It is observed in the treatment of variability and uncertainty in the environment, it helps trainers to estimate times in training activities in an efficient and fat free way.

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