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Neris Marina Ortega Guevara, Umet Guayaquil Ecuador, Yanetzy Arteaga Yanez
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 6-20; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol26-20

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     Resumen: Esta investigación tiene como objetivo general comprender el fenómeno de la muerte por Covid-19: una visión desde la enfermería. Se busca poder descubrir las dimensiones que están presentes en el pensamiento enfermero durante el proceso de morir de pacientes diagnosticados con covid-19. Metodología: Estudio cualitativo fenomenológico hermenéutico donde el método seleccionado para la interpretación de la información fue el de Spiegelberg. Hallazgos:1.- El enfermero está consciente que es un ser mortal, teme enfermar y morir. La hipoxemia anula la conciencia produciendo una muerte silenciosa a pesar de procedimientos extraordinarios, es un fenómeno que se vuelve cotidiano pero que no tiene explicación causando impotencia, dolor y peso emocional. 2.- La muerte por covid es como cualquier otra que causa terror, miedo. Es dolorosa, causa incertidumbre por su capacidad de contagio, por la escasez de los equipos de protección y por no saber que pasa después. Conclusiones: la muerte por Covid-19, es un fenómeno de gran impacto emocional, pues genera temor e incertidumbre porque tomamos conciencia de nuestra propia finitud, percibimos que somos mortales y por lo tanto frágiles ante esta entidad llamada SARS-CoV-2, que ha causado la muerte de millones de seres humanos. La muerte del paciente por Covid-19, no se diferencia de otras muertes, es una realidad biológica y cultural que podemos describir. Sabemos que pasa justo antes que irrumpa en la conciencia y lo desvanezca todo. Sin embargo, únicamente conocemos el dato biológico inmanente al cuerpo material, no sabemos que pasa después porque poco sabemos de ella.
Victor Gomez-Rodriguez, Instituto Superior Universitario Bolivariano, Roberto Tolozano-Benites, Elena Tolozano-Benites
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol21-5

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El conocimiento y la información tienen el poder de transformar las economías y las sociedades. Las universidades, como instituciones de bien público se han convertido en el primer actor social para la generación de conocimientos organizados y en una plataforma para el desarrollo social. Está claro que en los países donde más inversión en educación hay, existe una mayor calidad de vida y hay un mayor ingreso per capital. En los países de América Latina la proporción de personas con educación terciaria es muy baja y, por ello, se ubican en la periferia de la sociedad del conocimiento, lo cual contrasta con el hecho de que, según el Banco Mundial, apenas el 20% de la población controla el 80% de la producción mundial. La mayor parte de los informes de importantes agencias, fundaciones y organizaciones internacionales coinciden en que en América Latina no se cuenta con el capital humano que se necesita para responder y competir contra las regiones que controlan la economía del conocimiento. Esto no se revertirá, en tanto, cada país no tenga la capacidad de incorporar el conocimiento a todos los sectores productivos y de servicio, sus instituciones de educación superior se mantengan al margen de las tendencias internacionales y no se integren a redes de universidades de clase mundial y no se logre el incremento de la tasa de graduados con estudios tecnológicos, de licenciatura, de especialización y doctorado. Ecuador, se ha caracterizado siempre por su riqueza cultural y ambiental. A partir del segundo lustro de este siglo, el país experimentó un crecimiento y una reducción de la pobreza importantes debido al boom del precio del petróleo. Ello permitió avanzar en materia de infraestructura para el desarrollo, en leyes y normativas destinadas a consolidar y desarrollar sectores prioritarios como la educación y la salud.
Rubén Pazmiño, Cided. Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo, José Mullo, Miguel Conde, Unidad Educativa del Milenio Intercultural Bilingüe Chibuleo
Identidad Bolivariano pp 24-39; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol024-39

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One of the challenges of Secondary Education is the use of new approaches and models for learning. The formal mathematical tools for the extraction of knowledge in Educational Databases and in particular the Implicative Statistical Analysis through the techniques of Similarity and Implication; they offer the teacher the possibility of diagnosing and promoting learning, transforming the educational reality through the discovery of quasi-involvement rules. Therefore, it is necessary for secondary school teachers to use the concepts and tools of Implicative Statistical Analysis, for this purpose learning environments based on simulation have been built for their learning. The research methodology used was quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional, non-experimental; Surveys and data generated by simulations were used as research instruments. The following question was answered: How to use simulation environments for learning Implicative Statistical Analysis? It concludes by indicating how to apply the simulations for learning in general and the learning of the Implicative Statistical Analysis in particular.
Sergio Flores-Cerqueda, Universidad Estatal Del Valle De Toluca
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 37-51; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol237-51

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El acelerado envejecimiento de la población representa desafíos para el actual siglo XXI y cuyas implicaciones se manifiestan en los niveles sociales, de salud, político, económicos y educativos. Una de las necesidades a cubrir en materia de envejecimiento mundial es la correspondiente a la formación de recursos profesionales en gerontología. La técnica aplicada en el artículo es una revisión documental analítica. El presente documento invita al lector a reflexionar desde tres niveles sobre la situación del envejecimiento: 1) mencionar algunas características del envejecimiento poblacional; 2) explicar algunas recomendaciones internacionales y regionales sobre educación y vejez; y, 3) exponer la formación académica y las ventajas del profesional en gerontología, como horizontes esenciales en la reflexión.
Gustavo Alvarado-Grandes, Hospital del Niño Francisco de Icaza Bustamante, Dolores Saldarriaga-Jimenez, Guillermo Ricardo Grunauer Robalino, Universidad Estatal de Milagro, Instituto Superior Universitario Bolivariano de Tecnologia
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 21-36; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol221-36

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Las infecciones respiratorias agudas (IRAS), son patologías que afectan al tracto respiratorio; entre los factores están las individuales y ambientales para determinar los factores que inciden en Infecciones Respiratorias Agudas a niños menores de 5 años en el Hospital del Niño “Dr. Francisco de Icaza Bustamante”, 2019. El presente estudio es de tipo descriptivo, no experimental y transversal. La población estuvo constituida por menores a 5 años que acuden a la emergencia desde julio a diciembre de 2019 con diagnóstico de infección respiratoria aguda y para la selección de la muestra se consideraron a 103 pacientes. En sus resultados se predominó el género masculino, las edades entre 1 y 2 años y la lactancia hasta los 3 meses. El 50% presentó esquema de vacunación incompleto y el 50% fueron llevados a controles médicos solo cuando se enfermaban. La mayoría de los padres tuvieron un nivel académico de bachiller y el 30% fuman siempre cerca de los hijos. Los principales signos de alarma fueron la tos en el 51% y la dificultad respiratoria en el 30%. Dando como conclusion que Los principales factores que inciden en las IRA están relacionados con las condiciones medioambientales, las formas de presentación de la enfermedad, así como los esquemas de lactancia, vacunación y controles médicos.
Arlines Alina Piña Tornés, Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil, Lourdes Beatriz González Longoria Boada, Isnalbis Marquez-Salgado, Universidad De Especialidades Espíritu Santo, Filial de Ciencias Médicas Efraín Benítez Popa
Identidad Bolivariano pp 13-23; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol013-23

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Within ethics in contemporary medical care, the principle of respect for the patient was originally created, but over time the idea of ​​informed consent has provided a capital value whose evolution has gone hand in hand with the public health revolution. A review of the fundamental elements of the informed consent process reveals disconnects between theory, clinical practice, and patient preferences. Therefore, we pursue as an objective to reflect on the effectiveness of informed consent in Neurosurgery, a specialty that, due to its peculiarities, requires high rigor in both medical and patient decision-making. A critical review of the topic applied to surgery as a surgical specialty is carried out and taken to a deeper approach in the case of neurosurgery as a super specialty. Obtaining and documenting informed consent is of vital interest to the physician. Your omission may constitute a violation, in your non-consensual way of acting, or professional negligence. Clinical conditions, functional abilities, and prognosis can change rapidly, requiring ongoing discussion that can just as quickly change family members' minds. Given that routine informed consent appears to be suboptimal, we suggest that its quality be regularly and rigorously evaluated, as part of the monitoring and assessment of care processes, taking into account the peculiarities of surgical specialties, particularly in Neurosurgery, where it may be affected. patients' state of consciousness
Eduardo Asinc-Benites, Colegio Provincia del Carchi, Saddy Alvarado-Barzallo
Identidad Bolivariano pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol01-12

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The objective of this research is to demonstrate the successful implementation of education with a STEAM approach in some institutions of different educational realities, applying the use of ICT and ACTIVE METHODOLOGIES such as ABP, ABPy, ABPr, ABPI, TPACK, Maker culture, ethno-mathematics, educational games, cooperative learning; from science and art as an open and flexible integrating approach to learning for all educational fields, especially for educational institutions with different realities and limited resources (PROFESSIONAL, FISCOMMISSIONAL AND PRIVATE); introducing themes to accompany learning such as science in general, art, the space age, robotics, simple machines, electronics, fictional literature and comics, the biographies of famous scientists and researchers, among others, as a motivational hook to consolidate the same, designing recyclable and low-cost material in classroom projects and outside the classroom, so this analysis will seek to publicize the pioneering way in which it has been possible to overcome many of the educational and social barriers that did not allow the consolidation of these innovative methodologies. This research shown here, due to the limited nature of the document, is only a small extract of what has been achieved with STEAM; I would recommend visiting my YouTube channel “profeduardo”, to notice the true dimension of this. Likewise, this research will seek to be a practical model for the implementation of the STEAM approach in any of the Ecuadorian schools and with this improve the common classroom by reorganizing it and taking it outside of it, since we consider that this practice fits very well with our local realities; It is valid to express that this pioneering practice, that of STEAM as an adequate approach, managed to obtain the national championship of innovative pedagogical proposals in the city of Quito this month; National contest organized by the Ministry of Education of Ecuador from last November to March 2019
Carlos Luis S´´anchez Pacheco, Unidad Educativa Fiscal Réplica Guayaquil
Identidad Bolivariano pp 51-62; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol051-62

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This document analyzes the results of a literature review to identify the elements of gamification in learning that have been applied in previous studies and their impact on student learning, and only takes into account related studies in the last three years. (2016 to 2019). This is done to determine the most effective and suitable gamification elements to be applied in our study and, at the same time, to identify research gaps that need to be filled in future research. The results of this review show that gamification has a positive impact on student learning, particularly on their engagement and achievement.
Osvaldo Labrada García, Sarah Margarita Montaña Raveneau
Identidad Bolivariano pp 40-50; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol040-50

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The study of scientific research is not exclusively of our century, since it goes back to the times of Galileo, this great scientist used what was called for a long time, "Scientific Method". Research is essential in the training of students in higher education, since it is part of the professional path to obtain a university degree; It is from this perspective that in the present work the investigative theory and practice are valued as a fundamental tool in the professionalization of the dentist. Research and skills training in this area are essential in university education, they constitute the basis of the professional training process at this level. However, the study of this topic still reveals theoretical and methodological inconsistencies in the training and development of research skills in dentistry graduates, mainly due to the wide range of positions that are assumed on the subject, in addition to certain shortcomings in the didactic management of the research methodology. The study that is carried out is based on a qualitative approach to research and aims to model a system of didactic actions for the improvement of research training from the identification of positive and negative aspects that influence the technical and professional preparation in research subject of dentistry students who carry out their pre-professional practices in different offices in the city of Guayaquil
Martha Neudalia González Fonseca, Universidad de Holguin Cuba, Castells Buenaventura-Lazaro
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 95-128; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol295-128

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El contexto socioeconómico nacional e internacional ha ido creciendo en complejidad, principalmente por el impacto negativo de la crisis económica mundial, unido al vertiginoso avance de la ciencia y la tecnología, lo que implica el perfeccionamiento continuo del modelo de formación del profesional, enfocándolo al logro de una mayor pertinencia de las universidades a las necesidades y demandas socioeconómicas actuales, vinculado eficazmente con la sociedad, las cuales no son satisfechas con las propuestas de modelos al carecer de integralidad y contextualización al entorno en que se desarrolla el proceso formativo de los estudiantes. El presente artículo tiene como objetivo proponer un modelo para la gestión del proceso de formación inicial universitaria orientada al desarrollo local y un procedimiento que permite su implementación en la práctica, el cual tiene como finalidad la contextualización de la gestión de este proceso a las necesidades de profesionales universitarios de los municipios en correspondencia con los ejes de desarrollo económico social del territorio donde están enclavados. Se utilizaron métodos de investigación teóricos y empíricosque permitieron la fundamentación teórica de las propuestas y la valoración de la pertinencia y factibilidad de las propuestas. El modelo explica teóricamente los procesos que concurren durante la gestión, el procedimiento constituye la herramienta metodológica que hace posible la articulación de la gestión de la formación inicial universitaria. Los procesos que son componentes de los subsistemas del modelo tienen una manifestación explícita en el contenido de las etapas y las fases que conforman el procedimiento
Augusto Misse-Ariza, Universidad del Quindio, Carlos Montes-Salazar, Eutimio Mejia-Soto
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 61-94; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol252-84

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Traditional accounting of an economic-financial nature has developed the criteria for the recognition, measurement, valuation, presentation and disclosure of information of assets, based on the organizational control of resources and the generation of economic benefits from them, these judgments have been applied under the same guidelines to environmental assets. This research aim is to propose a concept of environmental asset based on an accounting for sustainability, based on an ethical vision that tends to defend life in conditions of dignity for the present and future generations of all forms and manifestations of life, recognizing the finite and limited condition of natural resources and their capacity to provide goods and services. The construction of a new definition of environmental asset required analyzing the established definitions, collect the significant and current aspects, improving its orientation and purpose from the recent progress of the care and conservation paradigms, as an ethical vision committed to life and its dignity
Jhovanny Medina, Instituto Superior Universitario Bolivariano de Tecnologia
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 5, pp 52-60; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib5ol252-60

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Este artículo centra su idea en un sistema de transporte eficiente y eficaz en el cual la mejora de la movilidad sea un factor crucial para el progreso económico de la sociedad venezolana. En particular, el transporte urbano e interurbano, apoyado por un considerable desarrollo de la red de infraestructuras, ha absorbido en su mayor parte la necesidad de movilidad lo cual no es un fin en sí mismo, sino el medio de acceder a servicios terceros. El desarrollo de un renovado sistema de movilidad, sostenible y más seguro, resulta ser un objetivo prioritario; sin embargo no siempre resultan eficaces las actuaciones tradicionales en la forma de mejoras o creación de nuevas infraestructuras. Se pretende entonces demostrar como las TIC habilitan soluciones avanzadas que colaboran a afrontar estos problemas, ya sea mediante la propia integración de aplicaciones en vehículos y sistemas de gestión de tráfico o, de forma indirecta, favoreciendo la reducción de desplazamientos a través de otros servicios TIC, como el teletrabajo y la automatización. Esta revisión de carácter documental, permitirá la comprensión de algunos aportes realizados por ciertos autores, ya que en Venezuela es muy poco lo que se ha avanzado en torno a este tema. Entre los hallazgos obtenidos se puede mencionar la carencia de iniciativas que permitan implementar sistemas tecnológicos, que se ajusten a los requerimientos y necesidades de los usuarios, quienes realmente son la razón de existencia del transporte público.
Jorge Lopez, Escuela Superior Politécnica De Chimborazo (Espoch), Ruben Pazmiño-Maji, Francisco Peñalvo, Universidad de Salamanca
Identidad Bolivariano pp 63-74; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib0ol063-74

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One of the challenges in Higher Education is the continuous improvement of educational quality through follow-up, monitoring and feedback of the teaching-learning processes. ICTs and in particular Moodle and Google Analytics through monitoring functions, generation of early warnings and the possibility of developing trends; they offer the opportunity to improve learning processes and transform the current educational reality. The number of worldwide users of Moodle is more than 79 million; In Ecuador, 902 sites are registered and the majority of Ecuadorian Higher Education Institutions use Moodle to support teaching-learning processes; making this research replicable in most Ecuadorian Universities. The research methodology used was quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional, non-experimental; The interview and direct observation were used as instruments. The following questions were answered: What Information and Communication Technology tools support the learning process at ESPOCH? And how could learning at ESPOCH be improved with these tools? Finally, it concludes by indicating the possibilities for improving learning at ESPOCH, based on the use of Moodle and Google Analytics.
Víctor-Gustavo Gómez-Rodríguez, Universidad Bolivariana del Ecuador, Roberto Tolozano-Benites
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol11-6

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Academic freedom and institutional autonomy, from all its edges, are not a privilege. Responsible university autonomy is a condition for the development of each institution of higher education and of the country itself. Today there is a debate about what should be the University of the 21st century in Ecuador and what role or roles should be adopted, depending on the autonomy, to each of the actors of the Higher Education System (SES).
Jorge Osiris-García, Universidad Agraria del Ecuador, Nathaly Ruíz
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol1104-125

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The present investigation is of a macroeconomic nature, its purpose is to analyze the flow of migrants who entered Ecuador and the behavior of underemployment during the period 2012-2019. For this, an investigation is proposed based on the hypothetical-deductive method, of a correlational type and not experimental; using information collected on official websites such as the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses and the Central Bank of Ecuador; a quarterly series of the two proposed variables was established: Number of migrants in Ecuador is the independent variable and Underemployment is the dependent variable. The methodology used proposes a model of autoregressive vectors (VAR) in order to establish whether or not there is a causal relationship between the two variables. As a result of the investigation, it was observed that there is a unidirectional causal relationship between underemployment and migration.
Guillermo-Ricardo Grunauer-Robalino, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología, Moisés-Xavier Cajías-Vanegas, Gina-Alexandra Cajías-Ortegano, Universidad De Especialidades Espíritu Santo
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol132-41

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On February 29, 2020, in Ecuador, the index case of COVID-19 was officially confirmed through a press conference by the Minister of Health of the time; establishing, a definition of epidemic, which caused the government to declare a health emergency on March 16, 2020, through a state of exception in the national territory, which included a curfew, restriction of mobility by the number of plates, quarantine and social isolation. Previously, the W.H.O. On March 11, 2020, it had declared a global pandemic of COVID - 19, after the first case officially reported on December 31, 2019, in a food market in the city of Wuhan, Hubei province, in the great Asian country of China. Because COVID-19 is a disease that directly affects human beings, it has become a real public health problem, regardless of ethnicity, sex, creed, age, and social class; Faced with this situation, the need for intrinsic participation between citizens and local health authorities in an organized manner is established, through the application and development of Community Epidemiology, as an alternative to health promotion and disease prevention. , with community participation in the health system, based on equity, solidarity and innovation.
Augusta Jiménez-Sánchez, Universidad de Guayaquil, Diego-Alexander Cumbe-Gordillo, Michelle-Alejandra Herrera-Cortés, Linet Hernández-Gil, Elianne Rodríguez-Larraburu, Carla-María Gutiérrez-Quiroz, Sociedad Nacional de Galápagos (Songa C.A.), Galapesca, Instituto Superior Universitario Bolivariano de Tecnología
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol184-103

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Introduction: Polylactic acid is an alternative to petrochemical polymers. Objective: To determine the optimal conditions for the synthesis of polylactic acid by direct polycondensation for the production of biomaterials. Materials and methods: 32 PLA studies were analyzed and 8 to specify their medical applications. Results: Start with commercial or fermented lactic acid between 25-50 mm Hg under vacuum, SnCl2/p-TsOH at 0.1-0.6% for 15-45 min with 100-300 W at 50-150°C. Conclusions: Several factors such as raw material, synthesis processes and pH influence the yield and type of polymer. PLA can be used as a biomaterial in different applications, especially in the health area.
Sergio Flores-Cerqueda, Red Panamgero, Adilene Castañeda-Colin, Ana-Karen De Jesús-Madero, Secretaría de Desarrollo Social del Gobierno del Estado de México
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol17-31

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This study addresses the categorization of frailty in the elderly at the Clínica Integral Universitaria, from a gerontological approach, proposing a new tool for its classification. In addition to analyzing and evaluating the situation in which the patient finds himself, proposing alternatives to provide a better quality gerontological intervention and establish a multidisciplinary work, strengthening the bonds of brotherhood as health professionals. According to the results of the investigation, frailty will become a problem for the elderly population, so the following intervention tools are proposed that will allow the gerontologist to take the appropriate measures to improve the patient's quality of life. The main purposes are to promote research and for the result to be a proposal that serves as a basis for future work on the subject of frailty in the elderly, as well as to encourage our students to reflect their own identity as professionals, expanding their panorama of the area of study and work.
Karla-Esther Briones-Cevallos, Universidad San Gregorio de Portoviejo, Carlina Vélez-Villavicencio
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol142-54

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The development of creative playful methods in the process of encouraging reading in virtual environments is a priority process that benefits and contributes to the acquisition of skills and abilities of children in initial education from the representative theoretical aspects of Montessori. , Reggio Emilia, Condemarín among others. In the present study, the objective was to analyze the benefits of creative playful methods of encouraging reading in the virtual environments of children from initial education centers in the canton of Portoviejo, Ecuador. Through reliable theoretical sources, which enriched the study of the variables. The research design was based on a quantitative, bibliographical, exploratory approach, applying the survey instrument aimed at teachers and parents; in addition to an interview with an expert in encouraging reading in early childhood. The research population was made up of parents or representatives, directors and teachers of initial education centers. When identifying the application of creative playful methods in virtual environments that teachers have, it was possible to determine that the vast majority know and apply them, but work should be done so that a significant achievement is reached in the application of said methods in the classroom. virtual context of initial education posing an important challenge in the development of skills and abilities of boys and girls.
Carlos-Manuel Pérez-Leyva, Universidad Laica Vicente Rocafuerte, Cristina-Elizabeth Franco-Cortázar, María-Elena García-Lara
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol167-83

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The Organization of American States (OAS), in 2015, published the book called: Public Policy Observatories in the Americas, a guide for their design and implementation in our public administrations (Organization of American States, 2015). Said manual highlights the importance of the creation of legal observatories for the transmission of knowledge, through the dissemination of studies, statistics and publications that achieve the unification of cases and the exchange of experiences, with the purpose of generating in the viewer a vision criticism and analysis of reality that makes it a protagonist, contributing to society in the execution of ideas and projects, duly supported by the analyzes that one or more observatories have provided. In this sense, it is a challenge, typical for these times, of digital transformation and access to massive information, to potentiate the figure of legal observatories in universities, cradles of scientific research. For this reason, this article has as a substantial purpose to explain the main characteristics of the existing observatories in national and international universities and to justify their relevance for the academy, both in strengthening research and in improving teaching and education of citizens. The methodology used in this research work is of a qualitative approach with an explanatory character, since it seeks to offer a look at the different current legal observatories to discover the inherent elements and principles that guide these knowledge centers. In this way, it will be possible, from the deductive method, to prioritize the need to establish a link between legal observatories and universities in the paradigm of scientific-academic research.
Mónica Rosas-Mora, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol155-66

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The purpose of this paper is to examine the offer of postgraduate programs for the area of ​​physiotherapy in Ecuador in order to show the status and sufficiency of it. Costs, modality, duration of the offer and location are reviewed. At the same time, it analyzes the reality of the academic training of physiotherapists. The sample used to carry out the study consisted of 100 physiotherapists. Measurements and interventions to obtain data consisted of a survey. It is shown that the universities that offer these programs require more projection and follow-up regarding the positioning of these professionals in the face of the demands of the national and global environment.
Martha Jaramillo-Lema, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología, Marlenys Martinez-Clapé, Miguel Forgas-Brioso
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol169-82

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Professionals specializing in Accounting and Auditing have a important action in the promotion of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), hence the need to achieve quality training, without However, through the application of different research methods, it has been been able to verify that there are insufficiencies in their performance. Specifically, the training of professionals who have to do with the accounting and auditing, that although in the curricula of these specialties are included subjects that contribute to the training of these specialists, it is evident that at the end of the training, the graduates have not yet achieved a professional development that allows contributing with an adequate financial advice to small and medium-sized companies
Luis García-Flores De Valgas, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología, Moisés Cajías-Vanegas, Yamilé Bríto-Sierra
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol148-59

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The dizzying progress of science and technology in the contemporary world from the natural-scientific, social and political-economic point of view they acquire a net, global sense. Discoveries in the area of ​​engineering, science Medical, Pedagogical, Natural, Social and others have contributed to the development economic and social; This is evidenced by examples such as: the Physics of Materials, the Physics of Complex Systems, the development of Computer Science, of Electronics, Genetic Engineering, Molecular Biology, Psychology, of Ethics, the study of the brain, the human genome, the discovery of stem cells and their potential or benefits, etc.
, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol133-47

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El referente teórico y práctico ha demostrado la pertinencia del Aprendizaje Cooperativo para la enseñanza en la carrera de Enfermería, en la presente investigación se realiza una metodología para el aprendizaje cooperativo asistencial sustentada en una concepción para la solución de tareas en equipo en la carrera de técnico superior en enfermería, para esto se realizó una sistematización de las categorías principales que se abordan en la investigación, se declararon las brechas epistemológicas, se planteó el problema científico y se elaboró un diagnóstico de la implementación del aprendizaje cooperativo en las aulas, teniendo en cuenta las conferencias, clases prácticas de laboratorio y la práctica asistencial, con los datos obtenidos se elaboró la concepción con enfoque cooperativo asistencial y se planteó en una metodológica compuesta de fase, objetivo y acciones para ser llevadas al aula, los resultados obtenidos a través de la criterio de expertos permitió constatar el alto nivel de significación y concordancia con respecto a los aspectos evaluados relacionados con los presupuestos teóricos que la fundamentan, su consistencia interna y su coherencia lógica, además de relaciones entre los componentes, su posibilidad de aplicabilidad. La introducción en la práctica de la metodología obedeció a una sistematización de experiencias la cual posibilitó constatar su aplicabilidad y con resultados favorables en el contexto para el que fue elaborada.
Elena Tolozano-Benites, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano de Tecnología, Roberto Tolozano-Benites, Víctor Gómez-Rodríguez
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol11-10

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The system of actions that is developed in the Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano de Tecnología (ITB) is a dynamic and integral process of the institutional management model as it is a substantive axis for the quality culture policy, the transformations in the functional structure of research had the objective of implementing a system of actions for the management of technical and innovative scientific knowledge, for which a policy of strengthening and supporting scientific production was developed, which began with the training of research teachers, creation of the Center for Management of Scientific Information, creation of the ITB publishing house, the Bolivarian Projection magazine and the knowledge socialization policy, for the institutional presence in national and international congresses, the results were evidenced in the accreditation process where u n quantitative result corresponds to 71.41%; being 118.79% higher than the average of the country's higher technical and technological institutes. In conclusion, these results regarding research position the ITB as a reference in the contribution to knowledge with more than 49 research projects, 7 teachers accredited as researchers in SENESCYT, participation in 9 research networks, the annual organization of 3 international congresses endorsed by UNESCO, the Ministry of Public Health, the National Institute for Educational Evaluation, among others, 79 presentations at international conferences, 22 articles in high-impact indexed journals and more than 10 books published with the ITB publishing seal recognized by the Ecuadorian Book Chamber.
Mauricio Prado-Ortega, Universidad Técnica de Machala, Anyeline Gonzalez-Segarra
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol2154-181

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Using collaborative tools under the virtual modality through learning metrics or analytics allows the synchronous interaction of contents of the subject of design and management of learning environments in higher education students. The research was developed with the parameters of the quantitative methodology, of a non-experimental type with a descriptive level of depth such as the application of monitoring tools as an instrument to 28 university students on the use of collaborative tools under the virtual modality. Regarding the evaluation, the project has an innovative character to verify and contrast the aspects that lead the students to know their state of participation and involvement in the contents addressed in each of the 10 class sessions where the monitoring of activities and know through learning routes and analytics the synchronous connection time in the videoconferencing platform and the interaction with collaborative tools, identifying the types of connected devices, in addition to establishing the degree of compliance in the activities through the percentages executed according to the level learning of each participant. It is concluded that having built and designed collaborative learning routes by the teacher, they allowed to monitor the interaction of the students in the activities proposed synchronously based on the Virtual Environment of the Center for Higher Education and the monitoring metric or analytical tools virtual that turned out to be evaluable parameters to make decisions about the circumstances that some students present in their learning.
Alywin Chang Leon, Universidad De Especialidades Espíritu Santo
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol21-4

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En Ecuador, como en los demás países del mundo, la evolución y comportamiento de la morbimortalidad por la enfermedad de la COVID-19 ha mostrado vaivenes en las curvas epidemiológicas (picos y mesetas) debido a la influencia, entre otros factores, del grado de contagiosidad de las continuadas variantes del SARS-CoV-2
Derly Barco-Moreno, Universidad De Investigación Y Desarrollo, , , Leidy Pedraza-Rodríguez
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol238-55

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In the business environment there are several variables that directly or indirectly affect the performance of organizations, such is the case of human resources, since individuals are responsible for continuously performing activities at the strategic, tactical, and operational levels, which are fully aligned with the indicators and goals set out in the strategic planning processes at different time levels. In this context, this study analyzes the job satisfaction of the employees of the points of sale of an important poultry company in the city of Bucaramanga, contemplating the high representativeness in the economic environment and in the labor market, by means of the questionnaire S20/23. The findings indicate that it is important to implement actions to improve labor recognition and participation in decisions, since it makes it possible to foresee elements referring to the comparative advantage in the market.
Luis Villegas-Yagual, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología, Juliana Villegas-Gomez, Jenny Villegas-Gomez, Genesis Villegas-Gomez
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol183-95

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Front men in many cases make a significant contribution to the criminal activity, in practice it is not uncommon to see how authentic professionals of the merely formal ownership and administration of companies manage, time after time, to emerge unscathed from those procedures penalties in which they are involved. This impunity is often explained by the more or less considered decision of the investigating judges themselves, who choose to leave figureheads out of the investigation when warn their condition as such to concentrate their efforts on the real owners and managers of the companies, whom they consider the main guilty of the crimes committed. This figure is used in Ecuador by organized crime for its purposes criminal; for example when a person lends his bank account, name, identity, signature, RUC or invoices, to acquire goods such as properties or vehicles, create companies, receive or send money, import or export goods, among others, for the benefit of a third party, could be committing a crime punishable by law. The case of figureheads lies precisely in the fact that they are partners and apparent administrators, often far removed from social activity, do not It is strange that they can ignore some essential aspects of the fact crime in which they are involved. In order to reduce the main causes of impunity, such as the difficulties of locating the figureheads, we can only appeal to a greater effort to part of judges and police, accompanied, certainly, by the necessary staff more and better human and material resources. In case of difficulties derived from the subjective aspect of the fact, on the other hand, the solution to punish to certain partners or merely formal administrators lies, basically, in the possibility of modifying some aspects of the current Law or in review, at least, the usual terms of its interpretation.
Noemí Delgado-Álvarez, THE INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY: A STUDENT-CENTERED APPROACH, Roberto Tolozano-Benites, Abel Flores Laaz
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol111-21

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Providing education with a vision of quality is the challenge faced by Higher Education Institutions (IES) at the present time, on the one hand the structured models of evaluation and accreditation and on the other the students as direct clients, who impose new and marked demands. , forcing those who lead to seek solutions that break traditional paradigms. Adopting modern management philosophies that have been successful in the business field has been a trend in recent years, one of them is to put the customer at the center of attention. To respond to these demands at the Bolivarian Technological Higher Institute of Technology, an investigation is currently being carried out, which is presented in this paper, which aims to show the first results of the application of an institutional management scheme where the student is placed. at the highest level of attention in each process that integrates the model that is applied. The work is developed from a procedure that starts from determining the main dissatisfactions of the students and deepens in the determination of the root causes that provoke them, in order to focus on the continuous improvement of the process involved, guaranteeing satisfaction. and compliance with the institutional strategic objectives. The result that is exposed is partial, since it constitutes a first approach to the application of the approach within the institutional scheme.
Franklin Cataño, Universidad Antonio Nariño, Rubén Vélez-Ramírez, Eutimio Mejía-Soto
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol25-37

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The emergence and acceptance of the proposal of the Physiocrats in the mid-eighteenth century prior to the French and industrial revolutions, was the result of abandonment and poverty in which the French peasantry found itself, subjected to unpayable taxes, in the face of an interventionist state policy that favored to the wealthy merchants, the clergy, the nobility and the Crown of the time. While the mercantilists affirm that wealth was the result of trade, the physiocrats defended agricultural production as a source of wealth; For this reason, they defended internal and external free trade, the freedom of action of social actors without state intervention, they understood the economy as a system of interdependence between the different sectors of the economy. The foundations that they traced in defense of economic freedom protected by Laissez-faire, laissez passer [letting do, letting go] have deserved the recognition of anarcho-capitalism, in its capacity as a critical current of state authoritarianism and apologists for the defense of life, freedom and property, only attainable through respect for the individual.
Rudy García-Cobas, Instituto Superior Tecnológico Bolivariano DE Tecnología, Camilo Boris Armas Velasco
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1, pp 60-68; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol160-68

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An instrument is proposed to assess strategic learning based on the conception of the formation of learning strategies. I know expressed in a set of indicators of the learning process and outcome, based on a general learning strategy. This instrument of evaluation, can be used in the contexts of professional training of students but from its contextualization it can also be used in other educational levels
Rosangela Caicedo-Quiroz, Julia Céspedez-Acuña
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib1ol122-32

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Considerations are presented about the formation of the Higher Nursing Technician and the necessary preparation to perform in the social context in actions of health prevention. The ideas constitute a socio-pedagogical modeling proposed from the perspective of the community from a formative intentionality, a epistemological orientation and logical criteria of systematization of the contents and the practice, to identify and monitor, in a preventive manner, the problems of Health; therefore, it seeks to understand how to recognize, reduce or avoid artifices to that social reality is submitted daily, so, in the pedagogical order has three purposes: must know (knowledge), must know how to do: (skills) and must know how to coexist: (values): Its results will be specified in the follow-up of the research from the development of a strategy with the same ends. Keywords: community intervention, school context, community practice, work community and prevention.
Grace Yagchirema-Toalombo, Universidad Técnica de Ambato, Ángel Chico-Frias
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol2111-135

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Leadership is of great importance as it promotes a culture of innovation that generates a competitive advantage for organizations. Innovation can change the living standards of the entire population. The main objective of the study is to determine whether business leadership is an essential factor in promoting innovation in the manufacturing sector. In the methodological part, 323 companies were studied, also using the structure of the Ibero-American Model of Management Excellence to achieve excellence in management, innovation, and continuous improvement. The statistical tools used were Cronbach's Alpha and Chi-Square. Among the results manufacture of clothing and bodybuilding, there is a belief that it is not necessary to communicate the mission, vision, and values while in the manufacture of footwear, it is crucial. In the garment manufacturing sector, the study shows that it is necessary to keep track of raw material stock, product (stock management system), manage resources through strategic alliances with suppliers (web platforms for suppliers, purchase of supplies). In the case of bodies, have a social benefits plan (IESS affiliation, vacations, health), and that staff make their activities efficiently. And finally, in the footwear sector, organize space for work activities (layout), in addition to evaluating personnel through the human talent management tool (360 comprehensive evaluation) and complying with the footwear quality management system.Keywords: Business leadership, manufacturing sector, innovation, strategies, excellence in management.
Bertha Miqueli-Rodríguez, Universidad de Artemisa, Andrés Rodríguez-Jiménez, Yosdey Dávila-Valdéz
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol2136-153

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It is assumed as the objective of the article to present a proposal for a continuous training strategy that enables teachers to raise the quality of the training process of undergraduate university students, in correspondence with the demands of the 21st century. Historical-logical, analytical-synthetic, inductive-deductive, systematization and systemic-structural-functional methods were used as theoretical level methods, which allowed the search for theoretical references on continuous training needs, the diagnosis of needs and the elaboration of the improvement strategy. Of the empirical ones, the survey was used and of the statisticians, descriptive statistics were used, which made it possible to quantify and compare the results obtained by the applied instruments. Percentage analysis was used as a procedure and the Related in opinions of experts, specialists, or experts. Likewise, inferential statistics were used to make inferences and generalize the results obtained. The continuous training strategy of the faculty of the University of Artemisia for the training of professionals is described, considering its features, premises for its implementation and actions for each of the stages assumed. As part of the diagnosis carried out, the results obtained in the surveys applied for the design of said strategy are collected, considering dimensions and indicators. The feasibility of the strategy is validated by expert judgment. As a fundamental result, it was possible to design the Continuous Training Strategy for the faculty of the University of Artemisia for the training of undergraduate professionals.
Mauricio Prado-Ortega, Universidad Técnica de Machala, ,
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol256-75

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Secondary education institutions currently have the option of using a wide range of techno-pedagogical resources existing in the technology market. The objective of this research study is to improve the learning of secondary school students regarding the incorporation of three-dimensional images in the subjects taught by the teacher using 3D Led-Fan Holographic Display as holographic input. The study was carried out through the research line of educational technology approach in classroom learning environments with a quantitative approach that was based on a case study, using as an analysis instrument the application of surveys to teachers and students of the Kléber Franco School Cross of the city of Machala, carried out before and after the inclusion of holography in the classroom for three months that students from the Pedagogy of Experimental Sciences Pedagogy of UTMACH carried out their pre-professional practices. The results obtained demonstrated an increase in interest and motivation in the students towards the class and greater dynamics of teaching by the teacher. Among the conclusions it is highlighted that LED technology is an option that should be incorporated in the classroom because it is a dynamic resource that awakens attention and improves student learning, which should be disseminated as a teaching alternative for the role that the current teacher plays in empowering himself with the use of ICT.
Nohé Gilson Reaño, Universidad Nacional Experimental “Francisco de Miranda” Unefm
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol276-92

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Speaking of ethics and values implies citing the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (1999) in its article 2 when it states that "Venezuela is constituted as a place to strengthen human rights, ethics and political pluralism", from here part a matrix of understanding of ethics and values as a humanized encounter for Bolivarian universities. While ethics deals with what should be done, it is a discipline that studies human behavior from a normative point of view; values are points of reference that give meaning to our lives. This study corresponds to humanized community experiences in the educational project "Communicating Values" developed in social media at the regional and national levels as an intervention scenario for Bolivarian universities in Venezuela. The methodology assumed is positivist with a feasible project as a type of study, developing a diagnosis in communities of Pentane Abajo in 2013 and educational proposals of a communicational nature that have been replicated in various sectors whose fruits are based on the constancy of the program from the beginning. year 2013 to the present not only in community sectors but also in education
Josué Reinaldo Bonilla-Tenesaca, Isabel Batista-Medina, Marisela Jimenez-Alvarez
Identidad Bolivariano, Volume 6, pp 93-110; https://doi.org/10.37611/ib6ol293-110

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The purpose of this article is to analyze a communicative didactic method and its methodological procedures to guide English teachers on the teaching of this language using the multi-intercultural approach with Ecuadorian students in language schools. A bibliographic study was developed. Analysis-synthesis and hermeneutic methods were used to evaluate the sources and highlight the most important aspects of teaching English in multi-ethnic contexts and make valuable interpretations around this process. A descriptive case study with a qualitative approach was developed using the observation technique and pedagogical tests. The results show that the students were able to practice oral and written aspects of the English language, being more aware of their traditions and customs, origins and cultural diversity with the support of technology. The methodological procedures and strategies applied improved the teaching-learning process of English and attention to multi-intercultural diversity in a language academy in Ecuador.
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