Learning patterns in the Mexican University context: A systematic review of the model and publications dealing with it

Laura B. García-Ravidá, Lilia González Velázquez

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    Abstract

    © 2019 Research Center of Universidad Pedagogica Nacional. All rights reserved. The aim of this review study is to look into the quality and quantity of research on Vermunt's theoretical and instrumental learning patterns model-with an impact from the perspective of scientific dissemination-and/or those dealing with one or more of its components (learning conceptions, motivational orientations, processing and regulation strategies) in the Mexican context. For this purpose, the researchers carried out a systematic search of publications in indexed journals according to their impact, keywords, a time parameter and their association according to the databases, the authors and their corresponding indexation. The results showed a small amount of research applying the learning patterns model, as well as a limited number of indexed publications in the Social Science Citation Index and Scopus. Finally, the authors concluded that it is necessary to improve the quality and quantity of research carried out in the Mexican territory, in particular, and Latin American in general. Besides, they asked for enhancing the dissemination of results in English.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalRevista Colombiana de Educacion
    Volume1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

    Keywords

    • Cross cultural debate
    • Learning strategies
    • Learning style
    • Motivation
    • Systematic review

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