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dc.contributor.authorRodríguez Legendre, Fidel 
dc.contributor.authorQueizán, Taissa
dc.contributor.authorSotelo, Xiana
dc.description.abstractThe objective of this research is to increase the interaction between college students to optimize their integration, performance and motivation. The methodology is based in the application of techniques of cognitive coaching education (USA), dialogic educational coaching (Spain) plus group dynamics adapted to the learning process. The phases of the research are: a-Tools Diagnosis: Application of sociometric, anagrams, interviewing techniques, and recordings to students (to build a profile on the interactive structure of the group), and evaluative reports by teachers. b-Application techniques and coaching techniques for both students and teachers: There are two modes: b.1) "Techniques of Cognitive coaching education" (between coach and teacher) based on "planned Conversation", "Comment" and "Reflective Conversation" (proposed by the researcher Donna Dildy). b.3 Group Dynamic for integration and for the learning process: “Phillips 66”, "Blind Football", "Role Play". c- Information Collection, balance and Conclusions: In the conclusions, it will be set if the techniques mentioned in the “b” phase allow integration of students, through a questionnaire, whose results will be analyzed and thus, to measure the effectiveness of the techniques described abovespa
dc.publisherProceedings of INTED2015 Conferencespa
dc.rightsAtribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 España*
dc.subjectGroup Dynamicspa
dc.subjectCollege Studentspa
dc.titleDiagnostic techniques, educational coaching, and group dynamics for improving teaching on

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