Application of innovative teaching-learning methodologies in the classroom. Coaching, flipped-classroom and gamification. A case study of success

C. Gómez-Ejerique, F. López-Cantos

Abstract

The new teaching techniques based on avant-garde methodologies aimed at enhancing student learning are being promoted at all levels of education for a few decades, integrating the significant advances that are taking place in different scientific disciplines, including from the areas of psychology basic and group up to the most effective techniques of talent management and organizations.

In the present work, we review the teaching-learning techniques and methodologies that we consider most efficient at present, with examples that show their suitability for current teaching. The application and effectiveness of coaching and gamification techniques and the innovative pedagogical strategies integrated in the so-called flipped classroom are analyzed. The results obtained with the application of these methodologies allow us to conclude that the analyzed pedagogical tools are ideal to increase the learning capacities and personal development of the students.


Keywords

Education theory; teaching methodologies; coaching; gamification; flipped-classroom

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