Noción de aproximación del área bajo la curva utilizando la aplicación Calculadora Gráfica de GeoGebra

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Vladimir Alfonso Ballesteros

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Este artículo presenta los resultados de un proyecto de investigación desarrollado en la Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias Básicas de la Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores (Bogotá, D.C.) cuyo objetivo consistió en describir y analizar los efectos de implementar una estrategia didáctica para la enseñanza de la noción de área bajo la curva, durante un curso de Cálculo Integral, a partir de la integración de teléfonos celulares como dispositivos que pueden apoyar el proceso de aprendizaje y no como artefactos nocivos o distractores y que responden a nuevas formas de reconocerse e integrarse a comunidades alternativas de aprendizaje. Se realizó un diseño experimental de cuatro grupos de Solomon con el propósito de determinar la influencia de una intervención mediada por la aplicación móvil “Calculadora Gráfica” de GeoGebra considerando también el efecto de una prueba de entrada. Los resultados encontrados señalan que los dos grupos que tuvieron la intervención mediada por la aplicación móvil obtuvieron mejor rendimiento en la prueba de salida que aquellos grupos que tuvieron una intervención con calculadora científica tradicional.

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