JOTSE is an international Journal aiming at publishing interdisciplinary research within the university education framework and it is especially focused on the fields of Technology and Science. JOTSE serves as an international forum of reference for Engineering education.

Teaching innovation oriented, the journal will be issued twice per year (every 6 months) and will include original works, research and projects dealing with the new learning methodologies and new learning supporting tools related to the wide range of disciplines the Engineering studies and profession involve.

In addition, JOTSE will also issue special numbers on more technological themes from the different areas of general interest in the industrial world, which may be used as practical cases in classroom tuition and practice. Thereby, getting the working world reality closer to the learning at University.

Editors in chief

Beatriz Amante García, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,BarcelonaTech, Spain

María Martínez Martínez, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,BarcelonaTech, Spain

Editorial Team

Graciela Benzal, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina

Juan Antonio Llorens Molina,Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

Sònia Oliver del Olmo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Noelia Olmedo-Torre, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain

Cristina Poyatos Matas, Griffith University, Australia

Francisco Rejón-Guardia, University of Granada, Spain

Lorenzo Salas-Morera, Escuela Politécnica de la Universidad de Córdoba, Spain

Web site: http://www.jotse.org/

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  • Dualities in architectural training: the Architecture School of Valencia (1968-1975) 

    Domingo Calabuig, Débora (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    The school of Valencia was a singular case study in the architectural training in Spain towards the end of the 60s. Like in Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville, the school also participated in the bustling political and social ...
  • From the theory to practice: five years of urban regeneration workshops 

    Bambó Naya, Raimundo; Cal Nicolás, Pablo de la; Díez Medina, Carmen; García Pérez, Sergio; Monclús Fraga, Francisco Javier (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    The starting point of our urbanism courses in the master’s degree programme is to take a broad, comprehensive local and global look at the urban reality of our environment from a comparative and historical perspective. The ...
  • Designing from cinema: film as trigger of the creative process in architecture 

    Bergera, Iñaki (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    The present paper examines, in a case study format, the use of films, short films and audiovisual documentaries as reasoning and references for design assignments during the first years of an architectural degree course. ...
  • Basic learning of form 

    Mària Serrano, Magdalena; Musquera Felip, Sílvia; Beriain Sanzol, Luis (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    “Form is ‘what’, Design is ‘how’” (Kahn, 1960). Learning about the formal universe and the wide range of possibilities it offers should be one of the purposes of the early subjects in architectural studies. This article ...
  • The JIDA conference: teaching practice as research 

    Bardí Milà, Berta; García Escudero, Daniel (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    The Workshop on Educational Innovation in Architecture (JIDA) promotes reflection and debate among the faculty of the different schools of architecture. The communications presented in the five editions held so far (2013-2017) ...
  • Workshop on educational innovation in architecture: JIDA’17 fifth edition 

    Bardí Milà, Berta; García Escudero, Daniel; Amante García, Beatriz; Martínez Martínez, María del Rosario (OmniaScience, 2018-05)
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    Workshop on Educational Innovation in Architecture (JIDA, http://revistes.upc.edu/ojs/index.php/JIDA) are a meeting point for professionals in teaching innovation in the field of Architecture. Its main aim is to present ...
  • What do education students think about their ability to write essays ? 

    Quintero, Gisela Consolación (OmniaScience, 2018-04)
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    The present study reflects the results obtained from a diagnosis carried out with Education students concerning the writing of academic essays. The objective was to identify the perceptions that Comprehensive Education ...
  • Leisure activities for the development of creative intelligence in mathematical problem solving 

    Tumbaco Castro, Angélica Mercedes; Cabanilla Guerra, Galo Ernesto; Pavón Brito, Christian Antonio; Acosta Chávez, Tannia Gabriela (OmniaScience, 2018-04)
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    The present work studies the influence of leisure activities on the creative intelligence of the students. An experimental pre- and post-test design was carried out with individuals selected in a sampling process. The ...
  • Visionary leadership in the administrative staff of the Guapan educational unit 

    Martínez Molina, Oscar Antonio (OmniaScience, 2018-04)
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    The purpose of the present study lies in determining the visionary leadership manifest in the administrative staff of the Guapan Educational Unit, with the research taking the form of a positivist descriptive research study ...
  • Development of reading comprehension with graphic organizers for students with dyslexia 

    Lopez, Jacqueline; Campoverde, Johnny (OmniaScience, 2018-04)
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    This academic work has the aim of analyzing the impact of graphic organizers in the development of reading comprehension accordance with the level of English of each student. The theoretical foundation is constructed by ...
  • The impact of environmental resource learning applied to geometry in education for power and citizenship 

    Barros Morales, Roosevelt; Cabanilla-Guerra, Mara; Barros, Carlos; Bores Froment, Sunny (OmniaScience, 2018-04)
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    This article is based on education for power and citizenship and related educational and social problems, where the axis of the issue is the environmental resources applied to learning geometry. These have a great impact ...
  • Contextualizing technology in the classroom via remote access: using space exploration themes and scanning electron microscopy as tools to promote engagement in geology/chemistry experiments 

    Rodriguez, Brandon; Jaramillo, Veronica; Wolf, Vanessa; Bautista, Esteban; Portillo, Jennifer; Brouke, Alexandra; Min, Ashley; Melendez, Andrea; Amann, Joseph; Pena-Francesch, Abdon; Ashcroft, Jared (OmniaScience, 2018-03)
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    A multidisciplinary science experiment was performed in K-12 classrooms focusing on the interconnection between technology with geology and chemistry. The engagement and passion for science of over eight hundred students ...

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