B-Learning in Basic Vocational Training Students for the Development of the Module of Applied Sciences I
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AuthorHinojo Lucena, Francisco Javier; Trujillo Torres, Juan Manuel; Marín Marín, José Antonio; Rodríguez Jiménez, Carmen
Hinojo-Lucena, F. J., Trujillo-Torres, J. M., Marín-Marín, J. A., & Rodríguez-Jiménez, C. (2020). B-Learning in Basic Vocational Training Students for the Development of the Module of Applied Sciences I. Mathematics, 8(7), 1102. [doi:10.3390/math8071102]
SponsorshipMinistry of Education and Vocational Training of the Government of Spain FPU18/01595
Information and communication technologies are a step forward in education, as they have given rise to innovative methodologies, such as blended learning. This type of training can be applied at any stage or educational typology such as basic vocational training. The main objective of this article is to know the degree of effectiveness of this methodology in this stage, specifically in an applied science module. For this purpose, a quasi-experimental design has been applied with a control group and an experimental group with a total of 147 participants. The results show how those students who have worked through b-learning have experienced better results in all the dimensions of the study. In conclusion, the implementation of this methodology in basic vocational training brings benefits, such as motivation and autonomy in the teaching–learning processes of all students.