Self Learning Strategies, Law School at UNAM

ID: 48725 Type: Full Paper: Conceptual & Empirical Study
  1. Francisco Ernesto Ramas Arauz, Mexican National Autonomous University, UNAM, Mexico

Wednesday, June 29 10:30 AM-11:00 AM Location: Pavilion Ballroom A

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Abstract: The Dialogue Design System (DDS) is a learning strategy, one of its characteristics is to provide to all the students, equal opportunities to participate and present the comprehension and ideas they have towards a certain topic. Aims to develop skills for autonomous learning among students population, as well as the arguing development, through the use of a card in which a determined thesis is analyzed. The UNAMs LOUD students belong to populated groups, besides facing several difficulties to interact with their teachers, in a weekly one hour session. In this paper the advances of the implementation of the model pilot program DDS are shown, in three subjects to search its suitability at the Law Faculty Open University Division (LOUD). The goal in this investigation implies to evaluate this implementation to consider extending the model to other degrees.


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