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Volume 34, Issue 2
  • ISSN 0213-2028
  • E-ISSN: 2254-6774

Abstract

Resumen

Con el objetivo de crear en los estudiantes de español de la Universidad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales de Viena () una conciencia sobre sus preferencias y modos de aprender y promover así su autonomía, se realizó un estudio para establecer sus perfiles de aprendizaje. Para ello, se adaptó al alemán el cuestionario CHAEA (Alonso ., 1994) y se diseñó una encuesta digital. Tras una fase de pilotaje, un panel de cinco expertos revisó la traducción al alemán. En la recogida de datos se consiguió una muestra altamente significativa: 198 de un total de 744 estudiantes (26,6%). Los resultados muestran que entre los estudiantes de empresariales predominan básicamente dos perfiles de aprendizaje opuestos: la correlación de los estilos reflexivo-teórico y la correlación activo-pragmático. Esta dicotomía contrasta con los resultados de otras poblaciones y apunta a que los aprendientes podrían obtener beneficio de cualquier situación de aprendizaje, puesto que poseen estrategias de todos los estilos de aprendizaje.

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