Actividades de aprendizaje para sesiones prácticas sobre la construcción en arquitectura

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Palabras clave:

capacitación laboral, aprendizaje activo, experiencias reales, tecnologías digitales, aprendizaje integrado en el trabajo

Resumen

En la actualidad existen numerosas alternativas para el aprendizaje práctico-profesional en la universidad. Escoger el mejor grupo de actividades para un curso específico es un problema crucial multi criterio complejo, que depende de factores de estas alternativas, de las partes implicadas y del contexto. Este artículo tiene el objetivo de hacer una revisión crítica de la literatura sobre estas actividades para mejorar un curso específico sobre arquitectura y su construcción. Se han consultado 264 estudios multidisciplinarios de la base de datos Web of Science. Como resultado se han: (a) clasificado alternativas prácticas aplicables al caso de estudio y (b) listado indicadores para evaluarlas. En consecuencia, se genera un repositorio filtrado e intencionado, de acuerdo con: (1) los contenidos docentes, (2) la taxonomía de Bloom y (3) el método de aprendizaje adecuado para cada caso. Futuras investigaciones prevén desarrollar una herramienta para analizar y optimizar alternativas.

Biografía del autor/a

Oriol Pons Valladares, UPC, Barcelona Tech

Oriol Pons es arquitecto desde 2004, profesor de Tecnología de la Arquitectura en la ETSAB, UPC desde 2008 y doctor desde 2009. Su experiencia profesional como arquitecto, por ejemplo, en la construcción de la Basílica de la Sagrada Familia de Barcelona (2013-17) y en la La empresa de prefabricados Planas (2004-8 y 2011-12), está fuertemente relacionada con sus proyectos de investigación: sostenibilidad y nuevas tecnologías en arquitectura. Es un experto en arquitectura educativa, externa y post-desastre, así como en construcción con hormigón y materiales reciclados. Ha liderado y participado en proyectos competitivos en estas áreas de especialización en la UPC desde 2009 y en el Centro de Investigación iMat (2008-11), siendo autor de varias patentes y presentando los resultados en numerosos congresos, publicaciones y patentes.

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2021-10-28

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