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4 Elements Proposed to Offer Personalized Education in the University Superior Technical Level

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The personalized education represents a further advance in recognition of the individual within educational context; several are actions that can be performed in classroom to recognize the uniqueness and autonomy of learning of each student. In higher education, and particularly for the system of technological universities in Mexico, 4 elements were proposed which, without going against current trend of educational model, may favor personalized learning. The contents, work modes, rhythms and timing, and evaluation options were worked during course methodology programming of quarter September–December 2016 in two control groups. The paper describes the four elements proposed in higher education which is a novelty; the number of accredited students, average grade of groups and using a qualitative methodology of surveys are presented positive results obtained from proposal with control and experimental groups, as well as the opportunities that can improve the offer of personalized education for following quarter.

Keywords: High Education; Personalized Education; Science Computation

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Universidad Tecnológica de Puebla, Antiguo camino a la resurrección 1002-A, México 2: Universidad de Salamanca, Facultad de Ciencias – Plaza de los caidos s/n, España

Publication date: November 1, 2018

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