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Title: Collaborative project-based learning. An experience with students of the Degree in Geography and Land Management
Authors: Parreño Castellano, Juan Manuel 
Rodríguez Rodríguez, Mercedes Ángeles 
Fernández Moniz, Pablo 
UNESCO Clasification: 5801 Teoría y métodos educativos
54 Geografía
Keywords: Autonomous Learning
Continuous Evaluation
Driving Question
Geography
Qualitative Techniques
Issue Date: 2022
Journal: CEUR Workshop Proceedings 
Conference: VI congreso internacional sobre aprendizaje, innovación y cooperación (CINAIC 2021)
Abstract: Collaborative project-based learning (CPBL) is an innovative educational methodology that facilitates meaningful learning and a greater relationship between theory and practice. This paper presents an educational experience developed in the Qualitative Techniques subject of the Degree in Geography and Land Management. It is concluded that CPBL is a methodology that facilitates attainment of competences and contextualized learning, gives thematic coherence and structure to an apparently unstructured subject, increases motivation, makes students be the main architects of their learning, stimulates vocation for research and generates a feeling of participation and relevance. The practice developed highlights the importance of tutoring, continuous evaluation, teaching coordination and the timing of tasks as crucial elements for success.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/114738
ISSN: 1613-0073
Source: CEUR Workshop Proceedings [ISSN 1613-0073], v. 3129, paper 060 (Enero 2022)
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