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GUTIERREZ MOSQUERA, Alexander  and  BARAJAS PEREA, Dary Stella. Incidence of ludic resources in the teaching: learning process of Organic Chemistry I. Educ. quím [online]. 2019, vol.30, n.4, pp.57-70.  Epub Nov 25, 2019. ISSN 0187-893X.

This research work show to design, develop, implement and evaluate ludic resources, to be used as a support tool in teaching - learning process of the Organic Chemistry I in the academic program of Bachelor in Biology and Chemistry of the Universidad Tecnológica del Chocó (UTCH), Quibdó - Colombia. This research presents a quasi-experimental design, where the teaching of chemistry in a group called experimental, ludic activities were implemented and in another control group was developed through the traditional teaching method. Instruments such as the observation guide, surveys and questionnaires were used to compile, categorize and triangulate the information collected. The results reveal that recreational resources have a positive effect on the teaching-learning process of organic chemistry. These results were obtained through the application of descriptive statistics and parametric or non-parametric tests through the use of Microsoft Excel and the SPSS statistical program.

Keywords : ludic activities; didactics; academic performance; gamifying.

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