PROFCAST: DIGITAL DIDACTIC RESOURCE IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science,
Introduction: As in other countries in the world, the social confinement derived from COVID-19 has led to a significant alteration in the work of higher education institutions in Mexico, this led to the suspension of face-to-face school activities and the development and implementation of new teaching-learning strategies, such as the use of digital teaching resources.
Objective: The objective of this work is to present a strategy that favors the teaching-learning process during and after confinement due to COVID-19.
Materials and Methods: A search was carried out in the school databases Dialnet, Redalyc, Scielo, Scopus and Google in a time range from 2017 to 2022. Through the following keywords: "digital teaching resources", "podcast of chemical engineering", "Profcast" and "virtual engineering education".
Conclusions: Chemical Engineering teachers should consider developing and implementing the Profcast as a viable teaching-learning strategy for the training of human resources.
- chemical engineering
- digital resource
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