¿Cómo propiciar las habilidades no técnicas en carreras de ingeniería? Enfoques para la investigación
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habilidades no técnicas, habilidades blandas, habilidades gerenciales, competencias genéricas, competencias transferibles, ingeniería

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Pizarro-Aguilar, M. (2021). ¿Cómo propiciar las habilidades no técnicas en carreras de ingeniería? Enfoques para la investigación. Revista Electrónica Calidad En La Educación Superior, 12(1), 272 - 291. https://doi.org/10.22458/caes.v12i1.3409

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En este ensayo se desarrolla una guía de investigación para el tema de habilidades no técnicas en ingeniería. Se caracterizan tres líneas de investigación que cuentan con distintos enfoques teóricos y metodológicos, a saber: la definición de cuáles habilidades blandas se debe desarrollar, la identificación de brechas entre las competencias desarrolladas por la universidad con respecto a las demandadas por los entes empleadores y la determinación de las formas de integrar las habilidades blandas en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Dicha caracterización se realiza partir de evidencias empíricas de estudios desarrollados en Estados Unidos, España, Alemania, Rumania, Croacia, India, El Líbano, Malasia e Indonesia.
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