• Biografía

    Profesora Titular de Universidad en el Dpto. de Economía Aplicada de la Universidad de Oviedo. Licenciada en Economía y Empresa en la Universidad de Oviedo, por la rama General.

PARDIEZ

Deben los alumnos organizar sus grupos de trabajo o los asignamos nosotros de forma aleatoria?

¿Utilizas el trabajo en grupo en tus clases? Si practicas este tipo de metodologías, seguro que te has planteado la duda de cómo organizar los grupos: ¿deben los alumnos seleccionar ellos mismos los grupos de trabajo?, ¿es mejor distribuirlos aleatoriamente?. Habitualmente asumimos que cuando los alumnos seleccionan por si mismos los grupos prefieren a sus […]

Revisión Crítica: Krugman vs. Gadea y Perez-Quirós.

El pasado 2 de octubre de 2013, Javier Andrés publicó una entrada en el blog “Nada es Gratis” titulado “El fallo en predecir la Gran Recesión: un fallo de los economistas académicos?” basado en un trabajo empírico de Gadea y Pérez-Quirós (2012). En este artículo se citaba uno de Paul Krugman, publicado en 2009, y […]

Como conseguí leer los “Top-Ten” de Alfredo Prieto sobre docencia universitaria

El pasado 18 de Noviembre el Profesor Alfredo Prieto publicó una entrada en su blog Profesor 3.0 sobre los que para él eran los 10 mejores libros sobre docencia universitaria. Encuentro esta lista muy acertada y, al responder a la encuesta que el propio Alfredo plantea, me encuentro que he leído casi todas sus sugerencias. […]

1st Poster session about the EU history, institutions and budget

The 1st Poster session about the EU history, institutions and budget was held the 10th of October 2013. Professors and students from “The economics of Spain and the EU” module in Economics and Business faculty, Oviedo University (Spain) discussed about several topics the students had prepared and presented through posters. In this ppt all the […]

Dra. Sophia Davidova in Universidad de Oviedo

During this week (16th to 20th of September 2013) Dra. Sophia Davidova from the Economics School at University of Kent has been visiting us. She has participated in the 2nd course Business Degree module “The Economics of Spain and the European Union”. Also, she has given an open lecture titled “The Reform of the Common […]

15th Biannual Conference EARLI 2013

Last week I attended EARLI 2013 Conference in Munich. A really exciting meeting, with hundreds of participants and topics related with the conference theme Responsible Teaching and Sustainable Learning. Professor Bart Rienties (University of Surrey) organized the symposium No. 25 Understanding emerging knowledge spillovers in small-group learning, a social network perspective in which I participated […]

The creative teacher as a classroom manager

Have you, as a teacher, ever thought about yourself as a manager? Have you ever seen yourself as someone who takes decisions; who has to organise his students’ resources and to implement the most efficient policies to promote effective, significant and active learning? If not… you are losing one of the most creative and challenging […]

El profesor Bart Rienties visita la Universidad de Oviedo

La semana del 11 al 14 de junio de 2013, Bart Rienties, senior lecturer en el Department of Higher Education de la Universidad de Surrey, visitó nuestro Departamento de Economía Aplicada.  Además de reunirse con varios colegas y realizar seminarios de investigación, el Dr. Rientes entrevistó a varios alumnos en relación a su experiencia de […]

Only 10 Universities in the world! You are kidding me…or not?

“In 50 years there will be only 10 institutions in the whole world that deliver higher education”. With this assertion to Wired last year, Stanford University professor and Udacity creator, Sebastian Thrun stirred up controversy in University circles. Perhaps a year ago, Thrun statement sound a bit exaggerated. Perhaps he was swept up by the […]

Web 2.0 era teachers: technology expertise in education

Nowadays, classrooms are full of students that have been born in the digital era. Young people who, from their childhood, are used to computers, PC, mobile phones, and more recently tablets and ipads. These students do not learn as we did years ago. And teachers should not teach them as they thought us in the […]