Bioecology of Learning and Teaching in University Students Research Incubator

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Organization profile

OBJECTIVES:

  1. The Bioecology of Learning and Teaching in University Students Research Incubator seeks to contribute to the study and understanding of the teaching-learning processes of university students, taking into account the transition to adult life of students (re-centering), the familiar processes that can occur in parallel (empty nest) and their impact on the academic performance of students (involvement).

DESCRIPTION:The following theoretical models and topics are studied: Theory of Methodology, Bioecological Model of Human Development, Recentring, Involvement and Empty Nest.

LINES OF RESEARCH:

  • Study and understanding of the teaching-learning processes of university students, taking into account the transition to adult life of students (re-centering), the family processes that may occur in parallel (empty nest) and their impact on the academic performance of students (involvement).

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES:

  • Study of the theory of self-determination, the bioecological model of human development and its application to the study of emerging adulthood
  • Study of tools for evaluating or measuring involvement, re-centering and empty nesting.

Organization profile

OBJECTIVES:

  1. The Bioecology of Learning and Teaching in University Students Research Incubator seeks to contribute to the study and understanding of the teaching-learning processes of university students, taking into account the transition to adult life of students (re-centering), the familiar processes that can occur in parallel (empty nest) and their impact on the academic performance of students (involvement).

DESCRIPTION:The following theoretical models and topics are studied: Theory of Methodology, Bioecological Model of Human Development, Recentring, Involvement and Empty Nest.

LINES OF RESEARCH:

  • Study and understanding of the teaching-learning processes of university students, taking into account the transition to adult life of students (re-centering), the family processes that may occur in parallel (empty nest) and their impact on the academic performance of students (involvement).

PROPOSED ACTIVITIES:

  • Study of the theory of self-determination, the bioecological model of human development and its application to the study of emerging adulthood
  • Study of tools for evaluating or measuring involvement, re-centering and empty nesting.