Revisión sistemática de las características de gestión del tiempo en la realización de actividades educativas en los sistemas de gestión del aprendizaje.

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José Lucas Da Silva Santos http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1283-3750 Rodrigo Lins Rodrigues http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3598-5204

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El uso de sistemas de gestión del aprendizaje es cada vez más frecuente como modalidad de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Esto se debe al hecho de que permite una mayor flexibilidad de tiempo y espacio en relación con el aprendizaje presencial. Por lo tanto, este trabajo tiene como objetivo presentar cómo las áreas de minería de datos educativos y análisis de aprendizaje están contribuyendo a extraer conocimiento de la autorregulación de la gestión del tiempo en entornos de e-learning Para esto, consideramos el concepto de gestión del tiempo de Pintrich (2000) y llevamos a cabo una revisión sistemática de la literatura. Fue posible evidenciar que la mayoría de los trabajos analizados no tienen como objetivo investigar sobre la gestión del tiempo, a pesar de que informan sobre resultados. También se observa que los datos que representan la gestión del tiempo, utilizados en la investigación, son datos agregados, es decir, el fenómeno no se estudia con el tiempo. Con estos resultados, tenemos una visión general de cómo el campo de Learning Analytics y Educational Data Mining están contribuyendo a extraer conocimiento sobre la autorregulación de la gestión del tiempo en entornos en línea.

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