Proceedings of The 3rd World Conference on Teaching and Education
Teaching Experience in the Use of Virtual Media and Educational Videos in the Master of Industrial Engineering
R. Lostado Lorza, S. Íñiguez Macedo, M. Corral Bobadilla, F. Somovilla Gómez
Machinery and Manufacturing (M&M) is a subject of the Industrial Engineering Master’s first course that is taught at the University of La Rioja (UR). The content of this subject is very broad while the time available to teach the theoretical classes and for solving problems is very reduced (20 and 15 hours respectively), so traditional learning based on master classes (theoretical and problem classes) is not appropriate to teach this subject. On the other hand, the time assigned to individual and group work that students have is quite wide (75 and 37.5 hours respectively). The use of video tutorials and online virtual media to improve student learning using his individual and group work when the time allocated to theory and problem classes is limited, has proven to be a successful methodology in science subjects. This method of support for face-to-face teaching requires a notable follow-up of the teacher to his students, as well as the use of virtual platforms in which to manage the virtual media as well as the edition of educational videos. This work proposes a teaching experience acquired during the academic year 2020-2021 in which, the application of video tutorials and online virtual media using EdPuzze and Moodle platform has been used to facilitate to the students a better assimilation of general and specific skills related to M&M subject.
Keywords: Machinery & Manufacturing, Moodle platform, EdPuzze, Mechanical Engineering.