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Accomplishments in Learning Self-Regulation in Personal Environments  [PDF]
Eduardo Chaves-Barboza, Juan M. Trujillo-Torres, Juan A. López-Nú?ez
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.611109
Abstract: This article aims to analyze the accomplishments in learning self-regulation from a student popu-lation in personal learning environments. A Likert scale-like questionnaire is applied to a random cluster sample of students from the Pedagogy, Social Education and Psychopedagogy degrees from the University of Granada, Spain. Descriptive or inferential analyses are carried out along the research in order to characterize the population. Additionally, Kendall’s correlation coefficients are calculated and interpreted to define the relations among students’ accomplishments. Finally, Kruskal-Wallis H tests are performed to ascertain through analysis of variance if the variable degree influences such accomplishments. The results show that the students from these three degrees set goals, perform tasks in an organized manner, accomplish extra work on time, meet the deadlines to hand in the class-work, and reflect on their learning. Pedagogy presents the highest relation between achieving an appropriate period of time to perform the tasks and carrying out their extra work on time. Social Education shows a smaller number of students and less intensity when meeting the deadlines to hand in the classwork. The students from Psychopedagogy have the highest accomplishments in reading the whole material suggested by the teacher. The research concludes that, although there are some variations among these three degrees, they are homo-geneous in the majority of the variables studied here. The students succeeded in learning self-regulation; however, it is necessary to reinforce the time planning, the reading of the material suggested by the teacher, enhancement of knowledge, and complementary research. One student subgroup is distinguished for its accomplishments in task organization and performance, while other groups excel for deepening their understanding of the units and metacognition.
Analysis of Quality Models Applied in Non-Formal Education: Non-Governmental Organizations and Nonprofit Organizations  [PDF]
Alfonso Conde Lacárcel, Juan Antonio López Nú?ez, María Angustias Hinojo Lucena
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36015
Abstract: The article is part of the research project entitled “The Implementation of Educational Quality Standards for Non-Formal Education: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Partnerships dedicated to working with socially excluded groups”. The project was supported by the Research Plan of the University of Granada. It’s an initial study on the degree of implantation of quality models in Non-governmental organizations and Non Profit Organizations (NGOs and NPOs), and methodology of work developed in non-formal educational activities in the city of Granada (Andalusia, Spain). We have pursued a mixed methodology quasi-experimental descriptive for a random sample of 9 class organizations of the third sector of social action, using two questionnaires specifically created from already validated and a set of semi-structured interviews to complete the information. The obtained results offer us a poor implementation of the EFQM model of European Foundation for Quality Management in this kind of micro organizations and the need for optimization of internal work process face of accountability, improvement of services and the achievement of its objectives.
Why are neutral elements immutable?
Raúl M. Falcón,Juan Nú?ez
Latin-American Journal of Physics Education , 2009,
Abstract: It is not exaggerated to say that all of the people, included the youngest, know the important role played by theelements 0 and 1 in Mathematics. One of the main reasons for these elements (normally named units, although its rightname is neutral elements) to be fundamental is their uniqueness within any mathematical structure. However, the maingoal of this paper is to show that these roles could be discussed by redefining the usual mathematical laws, quite morein agreement with some aspects of the reality, particularly in the physical world.
Bodega Los Maquis
ez,Cristián; Joannon,Ximena; López,Juan Ignacio;
ARQ (Santiago) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-69962003005400008
Abstract: unlike the traditional vineyards, linked to the family property of land and mansion house, the new independent wineries define their identities more freely. their modernity, or indifference to tradition, appears in the exploration of form in these wine cellars, a scheme of parallel aisles built in metal and exposed concrete.
Bodega Los Maquis
Cristiánez,Ximena Joannon,Juan Ignacio López
ARQ , 2003,
Abstract: A diferencia de las vi as chilenas más antiguas, ligadas a la propiedad familiar de un fundo y una casa patronal, los nuevos vi edos independientes se plantean con más libertad frente a los temas de la identidad. Esta condición de modernidad -o desapego a la tradición- aparece en la exploración formal que estas bodegas proponen, a partir de un esquema de naves paralelas construidas en metal y hormigón visto. Unlike the traditional vineyards, linked to the family property of land and mansion house, the new independent wineries define their identities more freely. Their modernity, or indifference to tradition, appears in the exploration of form in these wine cellars, a scheme of parallel aisles built in metal and exposed concrete.
HIDROFOBICIDAD EN ANDISOLES BAJO ROBLEDAL (Quercus humboldtii) Y PLANTACIONES FORESTALES (Pinus patula y Cupressus lusitanica) EN LA CUENCA DE LA QUEBRADA PIEDRAS BLANCAS (MEDELLíN, COLOMBIA)
Duque Zapata,Juan Raúl; Arbeláez Mesa,Sandra Patricia; Jaramillo Jaramillo,Daniel Francisco; León Peláez,Juan Diego;
Revista Facultad Nacional de Agronomía, Medellín , 2004,
Abstract: the persistence of water repellency in the a horizon of andisols was evaluated in the piedras blancas watershed under three vegetative covers: pinus patula, cupressus lusitanica, and quercus humboldtii, and in three different topographic conditions across the slope of a low hill, using the wdpt method with samples containing field humidities and airdried samples. in all vegetative covers, water repellency of the soils was documented. also, when the samples were air-dried, the persistency of the water repellency increased. a significant difference in the distribution of water repellency was documented among the different vegetative covers and topographic conditions, without a consistent pattern for the three vegetative coverings. the soils under cypress were those that presented the highest wdpt values in all measurement conditions, this being the first report in the literature of soil water repellency under this vegetative covering supported by adequate sampling. in none of the cases was sample humidity the parameter that explained the observed behavior of the water repellency of the soils studied.
HIDROFOBICIDAD EN ANDISOLES BAJO ROBLEDAL (Quercus humboldtii) Y PLANTACIONES FORESTALES (Pinus patula y Cupressus lusitanica) EN LA CUENCA DE LA QUEBRADA PIEDRAS BLANCAS (MEDELLíN, COLOMBIA) HYDROPHOBICITY OF ANDISOLS OF OAK GROVES (Quercus humboldtii) AND TREE PLANTATIONS (Pinus patula and Cupressus lusitanica) IN THE PIEDRAS BLANCAS WATERSHED ( MEDELLíN, COLOMBIA )
Juan Raúl Duque Zapata,Sandra Patricia Arbeláez Mesa,Daniel Francisco Jaramillo Jaramillo,Juan Diego León Peláez
Revista Facultad Nacional de Agronomía, Medellín , 2004,
Abstract: En la cuenca de la quebrada Piedras Blancas se evaluó la persistencia de la repelencia al agua en el horizonte A de Andisoles bajo tres coberturas vegetales: Pinus patula, Cupressus lusitanica y Quercus humboldtii y en tres posiciones topográficas diferentes a lo largo de la vertiente de colinas bajas, mediante el método de WDPT, en muestras con la humedad de campo y secas al aire. En todas las coberturas se encontró repelencia al agua en los suelos. Además, cuando las muestras fueron secadas al aire, la persistencia de la repelencia al agua se incrementó. Se encontró diferencia significativa en la distribución de la persistencia de la repelencia al agua entre las coberturas y entre las posiciones en la vertiente de las colinas, sin que se presentara un comportamiento similar para las tres coberturas. Los suelos bajo cobertura de ciprés fueron los que presentaron los mayores valores de WDPT en todas las condiciones de medida, siendo este el primer reporte que se hace en la literatura, con un amplio respaldo muestral, de repelencia al agua en suelos bajo dicha cobertura vegetal. En ninguno de los casos, la humedad de las muestras fue el parámetro que explicara el comportamiento observado en la repelencia al agua de los suelos estudiados. The persistence of water repellency in the A horizon of Andisols was evaluated in the Piedras Blancas watershed under three vegetative covers: Pinus patula, Cupressus lusitanica, and Quercus humboldtii, and in three different topographic conditions across the slope of a low hill, using the WDPT method with samples containing field humidities and airdried samples. In all vegetative covers, water repellency of the soils was documented. Also, when the samples were air-dried, the persistency of the water repellency increased. A significant difference in the distribution of water repellency was documented among the different vegetative covers and topographic conditions, without a consistent pattern for the three vegetative coverings. The soils under cypress were those that presented the highest WDPT values in all measurement conditions, this being the first report in the literature of soil water repellency under this vegetative covering supported by adequate sampling. In none of the cases was sample humidity the parameter that explained the observed behavior of the water repellency of the soils studied.
Translation and validation of the Spanish versión of the échelle des Perceptions du Soutien à l’Autonomie en Sport
Juan L. Nú?ez,Jaime León,Evelia Domínguez,Patricia Martín
Universitas Psychologica , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of the present research was to translate and to analyze the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the échelle des Perceptions du Soutien à l’Autonomie en Sport in sport context. Results supported the unidimentional structure of the scale. The predictive validity was tested using a structural equation model which perceived autonomy support predicted the perceived autonomy and perceived competence and these two the intrinsic motivation. Finally, intrinsic motivation predicted positive emotions. Likewise, results showed evidences of reliability. Results support preliminary the use of the Spanish version of the scale in sport context.
Universidades populares en Espa?a y su relación con la universidad suramericana
López-Nú?ez,Juan Antonio; Lorenzo-Martín,Manuel Enrique;
Educación y Educadores , 2009,
Abstract: this study outlines the aspects that are crucial to understanding the popular university project begun in spain in 1901. after a brief historical analysis, its present situation is explained against the backdrop of adult education as an in-depth philosophy, and the project is shown to be valid even today, in our society. the primary feature of the project is its organization in the form of a network, not only nationwide, but in terms of its relationship with other popular universities, particularly those in south america, which constitute its main source of work. although it was established more than one hundred years ago in europe and south america, the project continues to be an institution for adult education that offers an unusual form of training adapted entirely to the needs of its students.
Universidades populares en Espa a y su relación con la universidad suramericana Universidades populares em Espanha e sua rela o com a universidade sul-americana Popular Universities in Spain and their Relationship with South American Universities
Juan Antonio López-Nú?ez,Manuel Enrique Lorenzo-Martín
Educación y Educadores , 2009,
Abstract: El trabajo presenta las claves para entender el Proyecto Universidad Popular, iniciado en Espa a en 1901. Tras analizar brevemente su pasado, se explica su presente a través de la educación de adultos como filosofía de fondo, y se hace ver que en la actualidad no deja de estar vigente en nuestra sociedad. La principal nota característica de este proyecto es su organización en red, no solo a nivel nacional, sino que sus relaciones con otras universidades populares, sobre todo de Suramérica, constituyen su principal fuente de trabajo. A pesar de sus más de cien a os de existencia en Europa y Suramérica, en la actualidad el proyecto es toda una institución de educación de adultos, por su peculiar oferta formativa, totalmente adaptada a las necesidades de sus alumnos. Este trabalho apresenta a clave para compreender o Projeto Universidade Popular, que come ou em Espanha em 1901. Depois analisar seu passado, explica-se seu presente através da educa o de adultos como filosofia de fundo, e descobre-se que na atualidade é em vigor na nossa sociedade. A característica principal deste projeto é sua organiza o em rede nacional. Suas rela es com outras universidades populares, especialmente da América do Sul, s o sua fonte de trabalho fundamental. No entanto sua antigüidade de mais de cem anos em Europa e América do Sul, na atualidade o projeto é uma institui o de educa o de adultos por sua particular forma de oferta de forma o, adaptada as necessidades dos alunos. This study outlines the aspects that are crucial to understanding the Popular University Project begun in Spain in 1901. After a brief historical analysis, its present situation is explained against the backdrop of adult education as an in-depth philosophy, and the project is shown to be valid even today, in our society. The primary feature of the project is its organization in the form of a network, not only nationwide, but in terms of its relationship with other popular universities, particularly those in South America, which constitute its main source of work. Although it was established more than one hundred years ago in Europe and South America, the project continues to be an institution for adult education that offers an unusual form of training adapted entirely to the needs of its students.
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