Diseño de una aplicación web para el proceso educativo sobre el uso del logaritmo en el campo de las matemáticas financieras / Design of a web application for the educational process about the use of logarithm in the field of financial Mathematics

Ricardo-Adán Salas-Rueda, Fernando Gamboa-Rodríguez, Érika-Patricia Salas-Rueda, Rodrigo-David Salas-Rueda

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RESUMEN: Esta investigación cuantitativa tiene como objetivo analizar el impacto de la Aplicación web para el proceso Educativo sobre el Logaritmo (AEL) por medio de la ciencia de datos y el aprendizaje automático (regresión lineal). La muestra está compuesta por 29 alumnos que cursaron la asignatura Matemáticas Básicas en una universidad mexicana durante el ciclo escolar 2015. La AEL presenta el procedimiento matemático sobre el uso del logaritmo para calcular el tiempo (número de años) durante la solicitud de un crédito bancario. El modelo TPACK permite organizar la AEL por medio del conocimiento tecnológico (lenguaje de programación PHP), conocimiento pedagógico (estrategia de simulación) y conocimiento disciplinar (uso del logaritmo en el campo de las matemáticas financieras). Los resultados del aprendizaje automático con 50%, 60% y 70% de entrenamiento indican que la AEL influye positivamente la asimilación del conocimiento sobre el logaritmo, el desarrollo de habilidades matemáticas y la comprensión sobre los conceptos teóricos del logaritmo en el campo de las matemáticas financieras. Asimismo, la ciencia de datos identifica tres modelos predictivos sobre el uso de la AEL en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Por último, la tecnología está transformando la interacción entre los contenidos escolares y estudiantes durante el Siglo XXI.

PALABRAS CLAVE: tecnología; enseñanza superior; ciencia de datos; TIC; aprendizaje automático.

 

ABSTRACT: This quantitative research aims at analyzing the impact of the Web Application for the Educational Process on Logarithm (AEL) through data science and machine learning (linear regression). The sample is composed of 29 students who studied the Basic Mathematics course in a Mexican university during the 2015 school year. The AEL presents the mathematical procedure on the use of the logarithm to find the time (number of years) during the application for a bank loan. The TPACK model allows the organization of the AEL through technological knowledge (PHP programming language), pedagogical knowledge (simulation strategy) and disciplinary knowledge (use of the logarithm in the field of financial mathematics). The results of machine learning with 50%, 60% and 70% training indicate that the AEL positively influences the assimilation of knowledge about the logarithm, development of mathematical skills and understanding of the theoretical concepts of the logarithm in the field of financial mathematics. Likewise, data science identifies three predictive models on the use of the AEL in the teaching-learning process. Finally, technology is transforming the interaction between the school content and students during the 21st century.

KEYWORDS: technology; higher education; data science; ICT; machine learning.


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tecnología; enseñanza superior; ciencia de datos; TIC; aprendizaje automático.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/1983-3652.13.1.65-81

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Texto Livre: Linguagem e Tecnologia
ISSN 1983-3652 (eletrônica)

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