Teaching innovation system applied in business management subjects

Authors

  • Rafael Rosillo Universidad de Oviedo http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9684-9556
  • José Angel Miguel-Dávila Universidad de León
  • Carlos Fernández Robles Universidad de León
  • Montserrat Méndez Redondo Universidad de León

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom.v8i0.7195

Keywords:

Learning, Blunder, forgetting curve

Abstract

Inspired by the insights that are used in successful companies, the aim of this project is the use of games as a catalyst for training in different subjects, such as the successful game: Triviados (triviados.org). In order to reach this goal, we have the software of the company Blunder Solitions, SL (http://www.blunder.es). Software that is already used in companies such as Telecable, Nesspreso, Unilever, Pharmadus botanicals.Traditional lectures do not fix long-term knowledge. Blunder creates a system of learning by mistake.The student answers about 5 questions in one minute and learns by playing. The tool uses the forgetting curve algorithm to fix long-term knowledge. By this way, the final test results improve.Blunder offers a fun mobile training. We can know which student learns faster, learns more or learns better a particular topic. If a student plays the subject that the teacher has explained in class the level of learning affects to the final evaluation positively.

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Author Biography

Rafael Rosillo, Universidad de Oviedo

Business Management Department. University of Oviedo.

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Published

2017-06-07

How to Cite

Rosillo, R., Miguel-Dávila, J. A., Fernández Robles, C., & Méndez Redondo, M. (2017). Teaching innovation system applied in business management subjects. WPOM-Working Papers on Operations Management, 8, 143–150. https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom.v8i0.7195

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