Systematic literature review protocol. Learning-outcomes and teaching-learning process: a Bloom's taxonomy perspective

11/20/2019 ∙ by Samuel Sepúlveda, et al. ∙ 0

Context: The importance of defining learning outcomes and the planning stage for a systematic literature review. Objective: A protocol for carrying out a systematic literature review about the evidence for the tool support for the learning outcomes and the teaching-learning process using Bloom's taxonomy to address it. Method: The definition of a protocol to conduct a systematic literature review according to the guidelines of B. Kitchenham. Results: A validated protocol to conduct a systematic literature review. Conclusions: A proposal for the protocol definition of a systematic literature review about the tool support for the learning outcomes, the teaching-learning process using Bloom's taxonomy was built. Initials results show that a more detailed review of the learning outcomes and their alignment with the levels of curricular progress, training cycles, and Bloom's Taxonomy should be carried out.

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