Museos, Conversaciones y Aprendizaje

Published on Jan 1, 2014
· DOI :10.15446/RCP.V23N1.44296
Gaea Leinhardt36
Estimated H-index: 36
(University of Pittsburgh)
En este estudio participaron 178 grupos de visitantes a museos. Tres tipos de elementos mostraron una fuerte influencia en el aprendizaje: la identidad del visitante, la respuesta al ambiente de aprendizaje y el involucramiento explicativo durante la visita. Un modelo de ecuaciones estructurales que incluia estas variables tuvo un buen nivel de ajuste. Una revision mas profunda revelo que no toda la conducta conversacional respaldo el aprendizaje; algunas acciones, como hablar sobre historias personales, lo afectaron negativamente. Ademas, la contemplacion silente estuvo asociada con el aprendizaje. Estos descubrimientos son el resultado del analisis de las experiencias de cuatro parejas cuyo desempeno estuvo ubicado en los extremos de la distribucion de aprendizaje.
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