Enseñanza y aprendizaje de matemáticas en instituciones educativas usando aplicaciones móviles: una revisión sistemática de la literatura




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Enseñanza-aprendizaje, matemáticas, aplicaciones móviles, metodologías, revisión sistemática de la literatura.


El presente articulo analiza el aprendizaje de los alumnos en todo el ámbito de la educación y en otras ramas de la ciencia, mediante la revisión sistemática de la literatura (RSL) con el objetivo de determinar el estado del arte acerca de la enseñanza y aprendizaje de matemáticas en instituciones educativas usando aplicaciones móviles, basado en las recomendaciones de Barbara Kitchenham & Charters (2007) para la revisión de artículos en los años del 2016 al 2021. En la revisión realizada se han obtenido algunos relevantes resultados:  identificación de las principales áreas en las que se usan las aplicaciones móviles, a los autores que más investigaciones han publicado, los artículos publicados según su distribución cronológica (2020 y 2018), a los medios de publicación donde se reportan las investigaciones (Journal y Conference), los temas (como bigramas) más utilizados por año (“primary school”, “early childhood” y “mobile learning”) y las redes bibliométricas de coautoría a nivel mundial. Se llegó a la conclusión de que los artículos de investigación seleccionados se centran en una mejora a la enseñanza y aprendizaje de los estudiantes de las instituciones educativas. Se espera que en futuras investigaciones se amplíe el alcance cronológico de los documentos analizados para una revisión más exhaustiva.


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