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Project-Based Learning Guidelines for Health Sciences Students: An Analysis with Data Mining and Qualitative Techniques

DOI :

10.3791/63601-v

December 9th, 2022

December 9th, 2022

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1Department of Health Sciences, University of Burgos, 2Department of Education Sciences, University of Burgos, 3Department of Geography, History and Communication, University of Burgos, 4Department of Philology, University of Burgos

Here, we present a protocol for the behavioral analysis of a project-based learning methodology for health sciences students (20-56 years old). The protocol facilitates the comparison of the participants' performance in e-Learning versus blended-Learning (b-Learning) through a monitoring tool. The results are analyzed using Educational Data Mining and qualitative techniques.

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