Bioquímica I. De la estructura a la función: La pregunta como base de la inquietud científica. Orientaciones para aprender a aprender

Translated title of the contribution: Biochemistry I. From structure to function: The question as the basis of scientific inquiry. Orientations for learning to learn

Maria Orfa Rojas Losada, Ruth Elizabeth Garzon Fernandez, Lilia Del Riesgo Prendes

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Abstract

The content of this book, the third edition of Biochemistry I, includes a new product that was developed under the premise of training young teachers, using the criteria and strategies that are handled in an active learning process, but complemented with one more ambition: the achievement of a communion between the academic process and the well-being of the individual. To this end, extra-classroom academic offerings of free attendance were created and we sought to turn them into opportunities for the student to program the use of part of his free time to overcome his concerns, gaps or needs. However, it was sought that this academic activity, possibly the most important in that stage of their lives, would allow them as an added product a discipline of self-decision, to seek the solution of personal problems related to the academy, but dependent on the organization of time to achieve it. This is nothing more than "the use of academic needs as a springboard for individual well-being". If their passage through the university does not bring the student an academic problem, they can feel more satisfied! If their main problems as students are solved, their life will surely be more peaceful! |~|The offer had two components that are included in this book: one developed by the "seed students". The first one, that is, those students who, besides putting into practice the pedagogical system proposed by the Biochemistry Unit, recognized their pedagogical vocation and were willing to work closely with the faculty, in favor of their training as young teachers willing to use active methodologies; the other one, was developed by the professors and its objective was centered on favoring the application of theoretical concepts to the solution of problems.
Translated title of the contributionBiochemistry I. From structure to function: The question as the basis of scientific inquiry. Orientations for learning to learn
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
PublisherUniversidad del Rosario
Number of pages164
ISBN (Print)978-958-8298-89-4
StatePublished - 2007

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Biochemistry

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