La producción del conocimiento experiencial de los estudiantes en la educación superior

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Didiosky Benítez Erice
Víctor Giraldo Valdés Pardo
Frederik Questier
Dalgys Pérez Luján

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El presente artículo hace referencia a un proyecto de investigación desarrollado en colaboración entre la Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas (UCLV), en Cuba y la Universidad Libre de Bruselas (VUB), en Bélgica durante los años 2010 al 2014, con el auspicio de Consejo Interuniversitario Flamenco (VLIR) que tuvo como culminación la defensa de una tesis doctoral en Ciencias de la Educación por partedel primer autor. El proyecto de investigación asociado a esta tesis doctoral fue financiado por VLIR-UOS (programa de colaboración interuniversitaria con la Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas) En este artículo de reflexión se expone una síntesis de la metodología utilizada para el desarrollo del proyecto de investigación y sus conclusiones. El documento original de la tesis está redactado en inglés.

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