Flipped Classroom, Twenty first century teaching technique, oriented to transfer a slice of the learning component to the person within his comfort zone and/or family environment; it is an activity or transference that pretends to stimulate individual tasking of the learner through the use of the technologic element, in such a way that the face to face course time in the classroom is significant to deeply develop the topics object to study. This initiative is relevant to be applied in the teaching process of financial sciences, particularly the financial analysis learning, activity developed by means of reviewing accounting data, which is vital in order to manage and to understand companies, inasmuch as from the holistic understanding of the company itself, it is possible to build survival business strategies; therefore it is necessary that the apprentice deeply comprehends the business complexity and fragility, also that he can use the analysis to take different decisions to improve the business dynamics, with the application of this methodology within the subject of financial analysis, it was possible to demonstrate that it effectively brought visible, positive and general interest results for the professors and other members of the academic year, visualized these in significant improvements in both numerical and of participation and commitment on the part of the student.
|Número de artículo||012024|
|Publicación||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Estado||Publicada - 26 feb. 2019|
|Evento||1st International Congress on Virtual Education, Challenges and Opportunities, ViEduc2018 - Bucaramanga, Colombia|
Duración: 8 oct. 2018 → 12 oct. 2018
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