Experiences of teaching innovation for the consolidation of a R&D&I culture

Jhon Victor Vidal, Piedad Cristina Martinez, José Antonio Alfaro-Tanco

Abstract

This article aims to present the results of a project whose objective is to develop a teaching strategy for the development of R + D + I competences in university students, through the development of prototypes associated with the productive areas of a given region, based on the Neoschumpeterian evolutionary theory, the integrative approach to creativity, the  processes of the entrepreneurial spirit with a humanistic approach and the theory of models of technological innovation and business innovation, as well as the analysis of different strategies to promote innovation and entrepreneurship as Junior Achievement Worldwide, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), Innovacient, among others. The project was developed in six phases, with 60 work teams, obtaining 60 functional prototypes, distributed in the following categories: 8 Agroindustry and food Service, 8 APPS and Software development, 8 Biotechnology, 15 Energies for the future, 7 of social innovation, 7 of new materials for construction, and 7 of Robotic. The most used techniques were Scaper-QFD-Triz for tangible prototypes; Desing Thinking for innovative ideas in services and Agile Methodology for APPs and software.


Keywords

learning; R & D; creativity; entrepreneurship; prototypes.

Full Text:

PDF ES

References

Barletta, F., Robert, V., & Yoguel, G. (2015). Tópicos de la teoría evolucionista neoschumpeteriana de la innovación y el cambio tecnológico. Miño y Dávila.

Cooke, P. (2001). Sistemas de innovación regional: conceptos, análisis y tipología. In Sistemas regionales de innovación (pp. 73-92). Servicio de Publicaciones.

Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1998). Creatividad: el fluir y la psicología del descubrimiento y la invención (pp. 41-71). Buenos Aires: Paidós.

Dimaté, C., Queruz, E. L., Arcila, M. A., & Valencia, D. G. (2005). Evaluación de impacto del Programa Ondas. Informe final. Universidad Externado de Colombia. Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación. Bogotá, Colombia.

Fajardo Paz, P., & Robledo Velásquez, J. (2012). Modelos conceptuales para la gestión de la innovación: revisión y análisis de la literatura. In III Congreso Internacional de Gestión Tecnológica e Innovación 2012: Competitividad en los Mercados Abiertos Medellín 11 y 12 de Octubre (p. 160).

Hobday, M. (2005). Firm-level Innovation Models: Perspectives on Research in Developed and Developing Countries. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 17(2), 121–146. http://doi.org/10.1080/09537320500088666

Llisterri, J. J., & Pietrobelli, C. (2016). Los sistemas regionales de innovación en América Latina.

Lozano Hincapié, M., Delgado Portela, M. F., Mendoza Toraya, M., Quinayás, S., &

OECD (2007). The measurement of scientific and technological activities. European Commission.

Reyes, J. (2016). Programa Ondas una apuesta por la investigación en niños, niñas y jóvenes de Colombia: caracterización del programa

Rothwell, R. (1994). Towards the Fifth-generation Innovation Process. International Marketing Review, 11(1), 7–31. http://doi.org/10.1108/02651339410057491

Thorsteinsson, G., & Page, T. (2004). Innovative Design and Technology in a Virtual Learning Environment’’. In International Research and UK Education Conference, The Design and Technology Association (DATA), Sheffield Hallam University (pp. 185–189).

Abstract Views

1843
Metrics Loading ...

Metrics powered by PLOS ALM

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.




This journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Universitat Politècnica de València

e-ISSN: 1989-9068   https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom