|Eduscrum and Innovation Culture for Cooperative Learning in University Students in the Universidad Nacional De Educación (National Education University) *

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Bernardo Climaco Hermitaño Atencio, Raúl Delgado Arenas, Antonio Leonardo Delgado Arenas


The significant influence of EduScrum as a project at the Universidad Nacional de Educación (National University of Education), developing a culture of innovation in understandable terms and the multiple elements of socialized individual knowledge, translates into quasi-experimental research of information transfer in the classroom as a cooperative teaching-learning resource. An experimental group of 38 students of the first cycle of electronic was studied in comparison with 40 students of telecommunication of the control group, based on the Rao and Weintraub model; stratified in six stages: resources, processes, values, behaviors, and climate. The Gowin V, and Marzano and Kendall taxonomies measured student skills as an influence of knowledge and process levels. Categorical variables were analyzed by Mann-Whitney statistical methods, Spearman correlation, and about a thousand Monte Carlo simulations. The dimensions: the results and values will improve the cooperative learning of the students in a probability of 0.769 and 0.615 respectively, while the resource factor will be optimized on a smaller scale of 0.442. In response to the research question: Does the use of the EduScrum method influence the development of cooperative learning in the students of the Universidad Nacional de Educación? A linear growth trend of 0.225 was registered for the response variable in terms of correlation.

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